Time-travel books are by far my favorite type of book. Even more than fae books. I freeze and gape in horror at what I just typed. "Le gasp! How dare I?" Oh, I dare. Before No Good Deed by Kara Connolly appeared on the "new books" shelf in the library, I'd exhausted the Young Adult department's … Continue reading Queen of Thieves
Unlike most books that I pick up, I got it after seeing the cover. Usually, I ignore the cover and decide whether or not to get the book after reading the summary, but I had a feeling about Amy Engel's The Roanoke Girls. It probably helped that, at the time I checked out the Roanoke Girls, I … Continue reading The Roanoke Girls
In accordance to my usual ritual when reading books I know I'll like, it took me awhile to actually sit down and read. Since 2015, when the local library first got the book, to be exact. After checking it out at least five times and reading the first twenty pages over and over again, I decided … Continue reading Rooms, Rooms. Too Little Room.
For the past several weeks, I've been milking Lauren Oliver's Rooms. In the midst of a chapter I found myself struck by the elusive muse and, following her prompting, scribbled down this poem. I hope you enjoy it. (On another note, I've changed my site's url, so now it's aweebiteccentric. I've done this because I feel … Continue reading Rooms