Publisher: Wednesday Books

Review: Perfect on Paper – Sophie Gonzales

Review: Perfect on Paper ̵..

I was introduced to Sophie Gonzales in 2020 when I read her book Only Mostly Devastated. It was a really enjoyable reading experience and I looked forward to reading more by her. When I read what her next book, Perfect on Paper, was about I was really looking forward to it. And I have report it exceeded my expectations. Perfect on Paper was a solid story with amazing characters and finding the right person for you when you least expect it. Perfect on Paper is about Darcy Phillips, a girl in high school who has been giving love advice to […]

Posted March 10, 2021 by Andi / 0 Comments
Mini Reviews #10 – Netgalley Mini Reviews 4.0

Mini Reviews #10 – Netga..

Here are a few brief thoughts on some 4/4.5 star Netgalley reads: Amelia Unabridged was a book I wasn’t really sure how I would feel about it when I started it. It was a mix of friendship and common interest. But it was also a story about grief and being left behind. It’s about how you gone on after a part of you is gone. And in the end I really enjoyed about 93% of it. I loved the story and the writing. And I loved how the fictional books were woven in to tell the story. I did struggle […]

Posted February 26, 2021 by Andi / 0 Comments
Review: You Have a Match – Emma Lord

Review: You Have a Match ̵..

I became an immediate fan of Emma Lord as soon as I read her debut, Tweet Cute. She had a writing style and a vibe about her story telling that just clicked for me. So it was a no brainer when I heard about her sophomore novel, You Have a Match. I added it to my TBR without even knowing what it was about. She had quickly become an auto buy author. And I have to say You Have a Match was a solid sophomore book. You Have a Match is about Abby, a high school student that takes a […]

Posted December 22, 2020 by Andi / 0 Comments
Review: The Mall – Megan McCafferty

Review: The Mall – Megan..

It has been 8 years since I read a Megan McCafferty book. I remember falling in love with her books in 2002 when I read Sloppy Firsts and continued that love when I read her Bumped duology. So I was really excited when I first heard about The Mall. And then I was extra excited when I read that it took place in 1991. I was a teenager in the 90s so I knew it would be fun to reminisce about a decade I loved. In the end I really enjoyed The Mall, but I didn’t love it. The Mall […]

Posted July 31, 2020 by Andi / 0 Comments