May 2021 Mini-Reviews

Review: Better Together by Christine Riccio Siri and Jamie are opposites in every way possible. Siri grew up as a ballet dancer in New Jersey, while Jamie is an aspiring comedian in Los Angeles. It’s been 14 years since they’ve seen each other, since Siri grew up with their mom and Jamie with their dad. 

Blog Tour: Sing Like No One’s Listening by Vanessa Jones

Welcome to the Sing Like No One’s Listening Blog Tour! To celebrate the release of Sing Like No One’s Listening by Vanessa Jones on September 1st, blogs across the web are featuring original content from Vanessa, as well as 10 chances to win a finished copy plus a grand prize giveaway! Below is a guest post by the author,Continue reading “Blog Tour: Sing Like No One’s Listening by Vanessa Jones”

Review: Stealing Home by Becky Wallace

Seventeen-year-old Ryan Russell dreams of taking over the family business: owning the minor league baseball team, the Buckley Beavers, and making history as one of few female general managers in baseball. But when child-phenom Sawyer Campbell arrives at training, he threatens to throw a major curveball in her plans. 

Netflix Original YA Book Adaptations

Looking to watch the movie or T.V. version of your favorite YA book? We’re here to tell you all of the YA books that Netflix brought from page to screen. Let us know your faves and whether Netflix did a good job! 1. 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher Probably the most popular of Netflix’s bookContinue reading “Netflix Original YA Book Adaptations”

Emma Mills’s Books Ranked

First, we’d like to announce some exciting news. *Drum roll please* We’ve been featured on Feedspot’s Top 100 Young Adult Book Blogs!  We are so honored to be ranked 11th on this list with some of our favorite YA book blogs. Check out the full list here!  Okay, now on to the review!  If you’re aContinue reading “Emma Mills’s Books Ranked”

Review: Loveboat, Taipei by Abigail Hing Wen

Loveboat, Taipei is marketed for “fans of Crazy Rich Asians or Jane Austen Comedy of Manners, with a hint of La La Land.”  Eighteen-year old Ever Wong wants to dance. After being taken off the waitlist at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Ever finally thinks this is her shot. Too bad her ultra-strict parents alreadyContinue reading “Review: Loveboat, Taipei by Abigail Hing Wen”

Review: Meet Me at Midnight by Jessica Pennington

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Sidney Walters and Asher Marin only spend two months a year together so they have to make it memorable. Every summer both families rent lake houses, forcing Sidney and Asher to spend quality time together. The only problem is that they’ve been rivals since theirContinue reading “Review: Meet Me at Midnight by Jessica Pennington”

Review: American Royals by Katharine McGee

Imagine an alternate world in which the United States established a monarchy after the American Revolution, with King George Washington I at the helm. American Royals re-imagines U.S. history, telling the story of America’s royal (read: scandalous) family.