The Museum of Us is the story of mental illness and the desire to escape reality. For Sadie, that leads her down a dangerous road.
Leah on the Offbeat (Creekwood, #2) by Becky Albertalli Published by HarperCollins/Balzer + Bray on April 24, 2018 Format: Hardcover Source: Purchased Where to Buy: Barnes & Noble|Amazon Add to […]
Huge thank you to Disney and A Wrinkle in Time for sending over a fun box of goodies and a review copy of the HD Digital copy of the movie […]
Not If I Save You First by Ally Carter Published by Scholastic Press on March 27, 2018 Format: Audiobook, Hardcover Source: Purchased Where to Buy: Barnes & Noble|Amazon Add to […]
Obsidio (The Illuminae Files, #3) by Amie Kaufman, Jay Kristoff Published by Knopf Books for Young Readers on March 13th 2018 Format: Hardcover Series: The Illuminae Files #3 Source: Publisher […]
Between the Blade and the Heart (Valkyrie, #1) by Amanda Hocking Published by St. Martin’s Griffin, Wednesday Books, Wednesday Books on January 2nd 2018 Format: ebook Series: Valkyrie #1 Source: […]
by R.J. Palacio Published by Knopf Books for Young Readers Format: Movie, Paperback Source: Publisher Provided, Purchased Where to Buy: Barnes & Noble|Amazon Add to Goodreads I won’t describe what […]
I was super honored to be invited by Lionsgate to an early screening of Wonder in Chicago earlier this month. I was excited to see the movie, but then to find out that Daveed Diggs was going to be doing a Q&A after the screening, it became a MUST attend event.
This “review” will come to you in 3 parts. Part 1, the review, part 2 Q&A recap, and part 3, GIVEAWAY! Big thank you to Lionsgate for sponsoring this giveaway.
The Wizard of Lies Bluray Published by HBO on October 3, 2017 Format: DVD/Bluray Source: Studio Provided Where to Buy: Barnes & Noble|Amazon I received this book/movie for free from […]
Wonder Woman is one of those iconic characters, that, even if you haven’t read the comics/graphic novels, you know who she is. And then the recent movie pushed Wonder Woman even further into the pop-culture sphere. Leigh Bardugo’s Wonder Woman lives up to what’s come before and sets the bar for everything that comes after.