April Reading Wrap Up

April Reading Wrap Up

Happy May! I’m hoping this good weather is finally here to stay because I’m thriving in it. April was one of the best months of the year so far — which also ended up being true last year when we found our apartment. I started and love my new job (!!) and I get to do so much more of […]

YA Review Roundup: Emergency Contact & The Poet X

YA Review Roundup: Emergency Contact & The Poet X

It’s not often anymore that I find myself reaching for YA, but there have been some amazing new releases recently that I couldn’t resist, and ended up loving. If you’re looking for a great spring read to take you into warmer weather, there are two I can’t recommend highly enough — Emergency Contact by Mary H.K. Choi, and The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo. […]

3 Commonly Used Words in Thriller Titles

3 Commonly Used Words in Thriller Titles

Hi! I’m here to talk about some of my favorite things this morning — thrillers, and their weird, often misleading titles. This is a Top Ten Tuesday topic for April, but I couldn’t wait, and also, I don’t have ten commonly used words in thriller titles, but I do have a top three, and I wanted to put together some […]

7 Books to Read If You Like ‘The Good Place’ on NBC

7 Books to Read If You Like ‘The Good Place’ on NBC

Good morning! Basically, in March all I did was binge a ton of shows on Netflix. I don’t really regret it because it leads to posts like this one, which are some of my favorites to do! I had heard nothing but amazing things about NBC’s The Good Place forever, and when I saw it on Netflix, flew through it before […]

3 Things That Make Blogging Easier Than Ever

3 Things That Make Blogging Easier Than Ever

In February, I put together a list of all the things that I do that keep me organized and motivated to keep blogging. Since then, I’ve seen a few lists of things that make reading and blogging easier, and realized I had a bunch of things of my own that keep things running smoothly. Here are three ways to simplify […]

Rhode Island Crime: Down City and Crimetown

Rhode Island Crime: Down City and Crimetown

Good morning! It’s really (like, really) rare that I pick up nonfiction. I actually picked up Down City by accident, thinking it was a thriller of some kind while I was at the bookstore. Even once I realized it wasn’t, I was intrigued by the premise — a daughter looking back at the murder of her mother when she was only […]