Book Review: Burning by Danielle Rollins

Burning is a YA supernatural thriller written by Danielle Rollins, who you may also know as Danielle Vega, author of The Merciless series and Survive the Night. Burning tells the tale of Angela, a young woman doing her time at a juvenile correction facility, with her sights set on getting out and seeing her little […]

The Book Lover Survival Tag

The funniest thing happened today: I was on Goodreads, browsing through the YA books slated for release in August, and I found myself really drawn to A Map for Wrecked Girls by Jessica Taylor, a YA novel about two sisters stranded on an island with only each other and a young man named Alex. It […]

How to Read More While Traveling

I’ve been thinking a lot about traveling lately. I traveled to Austin last month, and I’ve been tossing around the idea of a longer trip later this year. I love to travel and explore and of course, a vacation is always nice—who doesn’t want to get away now and then? But one of the drawbacks […]

3 Easy Reading Snack Recipes

Let’s all just agree on something right here and now: reading. Snacks. Are. AWESOME. There are few things better than snuggling in with a good book, a super cozy blanket, and a delicious SNACK. The only thing that could make it better is if you also toss in an iced coffee. Or, you know, whatever […]

Book Review: Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix

If you’ve been online lately, you’ve probably seen quite a bit of buzz in the bookish community about My Best Friend’s Exorcism by Grady Hendrix, but it just so happens, he’s also the author of this book, appropriately (and hilariously) titled Horrorstor. Horrorstor is about a group of employees working in a discount version of […]

July OwlCrate Unboxing

Time for an unboxing, my fellow bookwormies! I’m so excited about this for several reasons. For one, I love subscription boxes. I mean I love them. Getting subscription boxes is like getting Christmas presents every month. And sure, they’re sort of from yourself because you paid for them—but you still don’t know exactly what you’re […]

June & July Book Haul

Hey, hey, hey, bookwormies! It’s the end of July, so I figured it’s as good a time as any to do a book haul! Get excited, because I am! My last book haul was my May Book Haul, and because I only acquired a couple of new books in June, I figured I’d group my […]

Cinder by Marissa Meyer & Fallout 4: Similarities & My Love for Both

I recently finished reading Cinder, the first book in the (very) widely loved Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer, and long story short, I loved it. I really enjoyed it a lot, and I’m already itching to read Scarlet, the second book in the series. Despite the fact that Cinder has been out since 2012 and […]

From NoSleep to Novel: Penpal by Dathan Auerbach

Penpal, by Dathan Auerbach, caught my attention as soon as I found out that it started out as a series of stories on the NoSleep forum on Reddit. As many of you may know, Reddit is one of the most popular destinations on the Internet for “true” horror stories, as well as CreepyPastas, but it’s […]

10 Bookworm Hacks Every Bibliophile Should Know

1. How to easily remove stickers from books  There are few things worse than getting home from the bookstore, all excited that you got NEW BOOKS, or maybe NEW USED BOOKS, but either way they’re NEW, and YOU JUST GOT THEM and….that stupid sticker won’t come off! Ugh, I hate it. I have so much […]