The Victoria In My Head by Janelle Milanes

This is the first book I read from Janelle Milanes and I have to say, she did not disappoint! I love rock music, I love rock band genre books, and I love main characters that are learning how to overcome their shyness. This was a win-win for me all around.

I’m Back! And With a New Name!

Wow! I haven't been on here in wooooo, some years. The last time I posted a book review was May 22, 2015. After I moved back to the states (I use to live in Singapore) I could barely find time to read, let alone blog. Back in Singapore, I was an online college student and… Continue reading I’m Back! And With a New Name!


Before You (Before and After, #1) by Amber Hart

This book takes place in Florida and senior year is just starting for the characters. I think Amber Hart tried too hard to make the dialogue of the Hispanics seem real, and instead it seemed unrealistic. At the beginning, I didn't really like the writing style. Sometimes Hart's writing would come off as poetic and other times her characters would seem emotionless. But as I got more into the story, her writing starting getting better.

Just One Night (Just One Day, #2.5) Gayle Forman

This was the best novella I have ever read! This story had me smiling from ear to ear, my heart was fluttering like crazy and filled with lollipops and rainbows. ❤ After the way Forman ended the first two novels, of course I was going to be fully interested in this novella. Just One Night is a beautiful ending to the series. These character driven companion novels left me feeling like there is still hope in this world no matter what may occur in life.

Weekend by Christopher Pike

This is my first novel by Christopher Pike and I have to say, I am surprised at how much I enjoyed this novel. I didn't think I would like anyone else's old mystery novels besides R.L. Stine, but Pike's novel, Weekend, has really grabbed my attention.

Hung Up by Kristen Tracy

Okay, so I have two reviews for this book! This book..I don't know, I have mix feelings for it (which is why I have two reviews). Here, let me cut to the chase...

Busy, Busy, and Lazy! Also, 2015 Reading Challenge!

So spring break is over for me and it's time to get back into the groove of studying, staying up late, getting up early, and basically having no life. Or reading time. But as it is a new year...and people have probably already failed at their New Year resolutions, I decided to not have any this year.… Continue reading Busy, Busy, and Lazy! Also, 2015 Reading Challenge!

Breathe, Annie, Breathe (Hundred Oaks, #5) by Miranda Kenneally

TITLE: Breathe, Annie, Breathe AUTHOR: Miranda Kenneally PUBLISHER: Sourcebooks Fire RELEASE DATE: 15 July 2014 HARDCOVER: 306 pages GENRE: Contemporary PRECEDED BY: Racing Savannah FOLLOWED BY: Jesse's Girl (release date: 1 July 2015) (4.7 stars)

Saved Race (Payton Skky, #3) by Stephanie Perry Moore

TITLE: Saved Race AUTHOR: Stephanie Perry Moore PUBLISHER: Lift Every Voice RELEASE DATE: 1 January 2001 PAPERBACK: 160 pages GENRE: Contemporary Christian Fiction PRECEDED BY: Sober Faith FOLLOWED BY: Sweetest Gift SYNOPSIS: Loving everyone is tough. On the verge of graduation, Payton Skky encounters ethnic diversity several ways she never imagined. First, her ex-boyfriend Dakari is… Continue reading Saved Race (Payton Skky, #3) by Stephanie Perry Moore

Halloween Night (Point Horror) by R.L. Stine

TITLE: Halloween Night AUTHOR: R.L. Stine PUBLISHER: Scholastic RELEASE DATE: 1 September 1993 PAPERBACK: 185 pages GENRE: Thriller PRECEDED BY: Dream Date by Sinclair Smith FOLLOWED BY: Halloween Night II (5.0 stars)