Winter Recommendations

Winter Recommendations

With everyone in the mood to cozy up with some hot chocolate and a blanket, I thought that it was more than appropriate to share with you twelve winter recommendations.  Although most of them aren’t holiday themed, these are the perfect sorts of books to read by the fire, wrapped up in a sweater.  Enjoy […]

Those Girls | Lauren Saft

Those Girls | Lauren Saft

I first heard about Those Girls through Grace’s review way back in June! Her review certainly piqued my interest and I made sure to add it the never-ending TBR. Luckily, it didn’t get lost in the stacks. I saw a copy at my school library back around September (I think) and I snatched the copy. I ended up reading Those Girls at–

Monthly Recap: February 2015

Monthly Recap: February 2015

I know that February is the shortest month of the year but gosh that was quick! Books: Okay, please understand, I have been absolutely swamped with finals and play rehearsal.  I only read two books this month! The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman Fairest by Marissa Meyer I’m not even sure how that is even […]

The Seven Deadly Sins Tag

The Seven Deadly Sins Tag

Lara at The Paperback Palace tagged me to do the Seven Deadly Sins Tag, for books!  Here we go! What book would you most like to receive as a gift? This is probably super cliche, but even though I own multiple sets of the Harry Potter series, if I got a set of them I would probably burst into […]

Monthly Recap: January 2015

Monthly Recap: January 2015

Wow, I can’t believe that January is already over!  This month absolutely flew by for me, what about you guys? Books/Movies/T.V./Music: Books: The Tales of Beedle and Bard by J.K.Rowling The Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion Favorite Read: T.V. After binging the newly added Friends on Netflix for […]

The Girl Is Murder

The Girl Is Murder

It’s the Fall of 1942 and Iris’s world is rapidly changing. Her Pop is back from the war with a missing leg, limiting his ability to do the physically grueling part of his detective work. Iris is dying to help, especially when she discovers that one of Pop’s cases involves a boy at her school. Now, instead of sitting at home watching Deanna Durbin movies, Iris is sneaking out of the house, double crossing her friends, and dancing at the Savoy till all hours of the night. There’s certainly never a dull moment in the private eye business.