Amy Analyzes: Is the “John Green Effect” Really a Thing?

Lately I feel like I can’t go a single day without seeing an in-depth think piece on John Green and TFIOS and the “John Green Effect.” What is this effect? For me, he is a great YA author, someone whose books I’ve loved and kept with me for years now. BUT suddenly, people are either worshipping the ground he walks on and […]

Let Me Tell You ‘Bout My Best Friend: A Top 10 List

Let Me Tell You ‘Bout My Best Friend: A Top 10 List

Hi guys! It’s been a while since I’ve done a Top Ten Tuesday, the weekly lit list hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, but I am back and ready to talk about my favorite literary friendships! 1. Harry, Ron, and Hermione. I know they’re on everyone’s list this week, but they are the ultimate friendship trio forever. 2. Theo […]

Books on a Budget: A Guide

Books on a Budget: A Guide

One of my favorite things is adding a book to my shelf after I’m done reading it. I love buying books and having them and maybe it’s a bit of a problem, but it’s a problem we all share. However, the book addict life can be an expensive one. SO, I wanted to put together a post of ways to […]

My First Graphic Novel: Civil War, by Mark Millar

My First Graphic Novel: Civil War, by Mark Millar

  Hey guys! I recently read my first comic book/graphic novel. I’m not too much into comics themselves, but I’ve always loved the Marvel superhero movies, and my boyfriend is basically Marvel’s number one fan so I figured why not expand my horizons? In this “comic event” (kind of dramatic if you ask me), innocent children die at the hands […]

Review: The Opposite of Loneliness, by Marina Keegan

Review: The Opposite of Loneliness, by Marina Keegan

  Where do I start with this? I guess where it started for me would make sense. I was interested in this book ever since I read Cassie’s review of it, about a month or so ago, so when I saw it at Barnes & Noble, I couldn’t resist. This book was beautiful. Beautifully written, beautifully sad. Marina Keegan was […]

Review: A Man Came Out of a Door in the Mountain, by Adrianne Harun

Review: A Man Came Out of a Door in the Mountain, by Adrianne Harun

  A Man Came Out of a Door in the Mountain tells a story in vignettes about Leo Keutzer, a teenager in a remote logging town in British Columbia, along with his friends: Bryan, Ursie, Tessa, and Jackie. All coming from painful backgrounds, the group is just trying to get by any way they can find. Jackie and Ursie take on demanding […]