The queen of cute contemporary YA novels is back with a new book full of more alliteration on the heels of Love, Life and the Lis
I’ve decided to be really intentional about my reading in July because I’m planning to start grad school and move and start working full time in August if not sooner and I really should be on top of my crap by then.
I can’t believe June went by so quickly, but I shouldn’t be surprised because I’m pretty sure I spent the entire month buried in a book, or listening to a book,or at the library.
In May I graduated from college, moved back home to Kentucky, studied for the GRE, and read a ton of books. Here’s a recap.
Kasie West is back with a new YA contemporary novel full of podcasting, relationship advice, cute boys, and days on the lake
So back in January I set 100 goals for myself for the year, ranging from see very Oscar Best Picture nominee to take a hike to eat a kumquat
I might be traveling for the month of July so it’s time to stock up on Kindle books so I won’t have to lug around a ton of hard copies!
May is here, and so are some of the most anticipated books of the year!
It’s spring cleaning time ya’ll, and there’s a book tag for everything.
What’s a book set in your state that didn’t make my list?
Like many other people, I’m doing the PopSugar reading challenge this year to try and be more targeted in my TBR pile
It’s your typical tomboy girl falls for brother-like friend story, but that doesn’t make this Kasie West novel any less compelling.