We Are Power: How Nonviolent Activism Changes The World

Ah, parents in this realm in the year 2020, let me lead you to the book you need in these dark days. I jumped at the chance to get this actual Advance Reading Copy in my hands. The USPS was frighteningly slow though and I didn't actually have it until a few weeks ago. So, … Continue reading We Are Power: How Nonviolent Activism Changes The World

The Queen’s Secret: A Novel of England’s World War II Queen

This story is just what I needed after my last few reads. I think it got buried in the chaos that is Spring 2020, as I didn't see much buzz at all before stumbling across it on my Kindle this week. Although I've read dozens of books about the Royal Family, this is the first … Continue reading The Queen’s Secret: A Novel of England’s World War II Queen

Majesty: American Royals #2

In many ways, this was a perfect book two. I hope that this is just the middle of a trilogy, as there were a few storylines that were left unresolved by the end. I loved the first book and re-read the entire book before I went straight into this E-ARC (thank you, Net Galley, and … Continue reading Majesty: American Royals #2

YA Review Bundle June 2020

The book you hand to your pre- teen or your grandma and both will learn in a non threatening ,super pink, and cute way. If all the confuse you ( I'll admit to learn A LOT from this book) this is worthy of some shelf space at your house. This is the perfect time to … Continue reading YA Review Bundle June 2020

More May/June Quick Reviews

A little bit Matilda, a little bit Secret Garden, I'm a fan of magical kids finding and using their powers! A four word description-Secret Garden only better. At the beginning of the Summer sensible Piper is very sure that there is nothing magical about any place or person she knows. She lives with her Dad, … Continue reading More May/June Quick Reviews

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

I like to think of myself as a reader who also reviews books. Therefore, this book existing in any way, makes me happy. It's not that I love Panem or their ideas. I do like the feeling of sinking deep into a world that is already familiar. I have purposefully not read any reviews of … Continue reading The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

New And Upcoming Releases

First some business: I barely wrote any reviews in April. I am sorry about that as I know people are reading more than ever these weird long days... I'm sort of back on Amazon as an affiliate (said in a way that you can be sorta sober) If I get three sales in 90 days … Continue reading New And Upcoming Releases

The Incredibly Dead Pets of Rex Dexter

Rex Dexter is itching to have a dog. He was practically born to have one. His name is Rex, for crying out loud. It's a dog's name. Any pooch is preferable, but a chocolate Labrador is the pinnacle. The best of the best. The dream of all dreams.When Rex's B-Day for Me-Day finally arrives, his … Continue reading The Incredibly Dead Pets of Rex Dexter

The Heirloom Garden

In her inimitable style, Viola Shipman explores the unlikely relationship between two very different women brought together by the pain of war, but bonded by hope, purposeā€¦and flowers.Iris Maynard lost her husband in World War II, her daughter to illness and, finally, her reason to live. Walled off from the world for decades behind the … Continue reading The Heirloom Garden

Gotham High

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Alex and Eliza and The Witches of East End comes a reimagining of Gotham for a new generation of readers. Before they became Batman, Catwoman, and The Joker, Bruce, Selina, and Jack were high schoolers who would do whatever it took--even destroy the ones they love--to satisfy their own motives.After being kicked … Continue reading Gotham High