Hey y’all! Welcome to my stop for the Hear Our Voices book tour of Come On In. I’m so happy to be part of yet another book tour with Hear Our Voices. Alaya Dawn Johnson’s story was quite an interesting one and I love her answers to my questions so keep reading to see what she had to say.Continue reading “Author Interview: Alaya Dawn Johnson”
Month: October 2020
Allegedly (Book Review)
Hey y’all! This was my first ever buddy read and it did not disappoint. I’ve wanted to read Allegedly ever since I finished Monday’s Not Coming last year but I was also super scared of how it would leave me. Well, I had good reason for that.
This is going to be a no spoilers review and I won’t talk much about the plot because it’s better to know less going into this one.
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Let’s Catch Up (#24)
Hey y’all! My brain had been a little foggy this week so this is going up a little later than I’d like but it’s about time we catch up. So go get your fall themed beverage, a cozy blanket, and sit down so we can catch up!
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Not So Pure and Simple (Book Review)
Hey y’all! I’m trying to catch up on reviews these next few weeks and this is another one that I’ve been struggling to put into words. I have so many feelings and not enough words to describe them. So, I will try describing it with the words that I have at my disposal.Continue reading “Not So Pure and Simple (Book Review)”
The Field Guide to the North American Teenager (Book Review)
Hey y’all! So you know how I’ve been screaming about Charming as a Verb ever since I heard about it? Well, I decided to check out Ben Philippe’s first book to mull me over until I got my hands on that new release.
I listened to the audiobook of The Field Guide to the North American Teenager via the CloudLibrary app well over a month ago but I’ve been trying to figure out how to put my many feelings into words. This is going to be that attempt.Continue reading “The Field Guide to the North American Teenager (Book Review)”