Archives for August 2016

Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Books That Have Been On My TBR From Before I Started Blogging That I STILL Haven’t Read Yet

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly event hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Ten Books That Have Been On My TBR From Before I Started Blogging That I STILL Haven’t Read Yet So I didn’t really use Goodreads before I started blogging. I added all my books in 2007 when I first joined, and I signed in and added a few books once in awhile up until until I started blogging in June 2013, but I didn’t use shelves {Read More}

Review: Written in the Stars by Aisha Saeed

Naila’s conservative immigrant parents have always said the same thing: She may choose what to study, how to wear her hair, and what to be when she grows up—but they will choose her husband. Following their cultural tradition, they will plan an arranged marriage for her. And until then, dating—even friendship with a boy—is forbidden. When Naila breaks their rule by falling in love with Saif, her parents are livid. Convinced she has forgotten who she truly is, they travel {Read More}

Review: Tumbling by Caela Carter

Five gymnasts. One goal. Grace lives and breathes gymnastics—but no matter how hard she pushes herself, she can never be perfect enough. Leigh, Grace’s best friend, has it all: a gymnastics career, a normal high-school life…and a secret that could ruin everything. Camille wants to please her mom, wants to please her boyfriend, and most of all, wants to walk away. Wilhelmina was denied her Olympic dream four years ago, and she won’t let anything stop her again. No matter {Read More}

Review: Wake the Hollow by Gaby Triana

Forget the ghosts, Mica. It’s real, live people you should fear. Tragedy has brought Micaela Burgos back to her hometown of Sleepy Hollow. It’s been six years since she chose to live with her father in Miami instead of her eccentric mother. And now her mother is dead. This town will suck you in and not let go. Sleepy Hollow may be famous for its fabled headless horseman, but the town is real. So are its prejudices and hatred, targeting {Read More}