Earlier today, I flipped my wall calendar to July and began setting it up. In the top right corner of every month, I write down any ARCs (advance reader copy) I need to read and review, so I can have them in front of me every day and won’t forget. And as I was writing down the titles of all the books and their pub dates, I thought about how there was a time when receiving ARCs felt like something that was impossible. Working with publishers wasn’t something achievable. Having people follow and read what I thought about books wouldn’t include people from around the world.
Gratitude is the feeling that came forth as I wrote down those book titles. For the online book community. For friends and family who have supported this weird hobby of mine. And for myself, for working so hard for years. Eight years to the day, to be exact.
Hi friends! Today I have a review of “The Mary Shelley Club” by Gold Moldavsky for you. This book was such a fun and exciting read, and I’m so pumped to share more about it with you. It is on sale now (04/13/21) and comes at my highest recommendation. An eARC was provided to me by Macmillan. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Continue reading to check out my review and learn more about the book and author!
Hi friends! Today I’m reviewing “Once Upon A Quinceañera” by Monica Gomez-Hira. A digital ARC was provided to me by HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. The book is available now and you can continue reading to learn more about it, and then check out my review!
Hey friends! Today I’m coming at you with a review of Marisa Reichardt’s latest, “A Shot At Normal” (02/16/2021). An eARC of this was provided to me by Macmillan via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Continue reading below for a synopsis of the book and my thoughts. Enjoy!