Oh. My. Goodness. Just this past weekend I finished up the FABULOUS Fifty Shades trilogy by E L James. For those of you who don’t know – and by “don’t know” I mean “are living under a rock” – Fifty Shades is an amazing series of books that is flying off the shelves right now. … More “Miss Steele, I do believe you’re making my palm twitch.”
*just a small note to apologize for the lack of posting these past few days. I’ve been caught up in all these things lately that hit me at once, but I apologize. I’ve wanted to post, but a half assed post isn’t something I think everyone deserves. So only good post as much as possible … More “Every minute you spend with someone gives them a part of your life and takes part of theirs.”
I have, yet again, finished reading another post apocalyptic YA novel. I was planning on taking a longer break from this theme in the genre, but I couldn’t help myself. I took a short break to read a couple of very bad YA books, but I really wanted to sink my teeth into Wither by … More “Fate, I think, is a thief.”
I decided to take the day off from blogging yesterday. Not because I didn’t want to, but because I needed to take a step back and think about what I want. What I want out of the future of this blog, my Etsy site, my writing. Although I love all three of the above, I … More The wheels are set in motion people!!
You wouldn’t think it by just reading that, but the quote above is the pivotal moment in one of my recent young adult reads; Divergent by Veronica Roth. Imagine yourself in a society that is divided into five different factions, each one representing an overall characteristic of it’s people. You are born into the same … More “I am selfish. I am brave.”
This quote made me melt a bit when I first read it in the book Everneath by Brodi Ashton. I’m a sucker for those romantic one-liners. Just read the last two lines of The Hunger Games trilogy (in the third book: Mockingjay) and you’ll understand… I meant to get this review posted a while ago, as … More ‘Your cheeks turned red, and I was gone for you.’