Marry, Date or Dump: Boys from The Boyfriend List, by E. Lockhart

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I have completely fallen in love with the Ruby Oliver books by E. Lockhart. I’ve got the fourth book coming for me at the library this week, and I even read two of them in one night last Wednesday. That’s how good they are. I love love love that even though the characters think about boys all the time, the plot isn’t really a romance. This means there are lots of boys to choose from for marry, date and dump. Let me know your choices in the comments!  Continue reading

Book Review: Prototype, by M.D. Waters

Prototype_NEWBefore I begin, since I am reviewing a sequel there are some spoilers for M.D. Waters’ first book Archetype in this review. If you haven’t already read that book you might want to read my review of it instead.

Binge read publishing. Like Netflix releases entire seasons of House of Cards or Orange is the New Black all at once, Dutton has tried to experiment releasing books in a series closer together. Archetype was published in February and instead of having to wait a year or more for the sequel Prototype is coming out next Thursday! Continue reading

Thanks For Taking My Survey!

I just wanted to thank everyone for taking my blog changes survey! Your answers as well as messages of support definitely calmed me down. Although, having the top answer for both “what is your favorite weekly post” and “which weekly post should I drop” both be marry, date or dump is kind of a hard one to figure out.

I just put the names into a random name picker and the winner of the and the winner of the $10 Amazon gift card is Where’s My Tower. Please get in touch with me so I can get the gift certificate to you!

For everyone else, thanks again and have a great weekend!

Interview with Author M.D. Waters

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Tomorrow I’ll be reviewing Prototype, M.D. Waters’ exciting followup to her debut novel Archetype. Since she’s been one of my favorite new authors of the year, I reached out to see if she would do an interview with me … and (obviously) she said yes! Cue happy dance music. Read on to find out more about her companion novels, her writing process, and her thoughts on being compared to Margaret Atwood.  Continue reading

Top Ten Favorite Movie Adaptations of Books

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Happy Top Ten Tuesday (the feature that has recently been voted my most popular type of blog post)! This week we’re all supposed to be stepping out of the bookish world by listing our favorite movies or television shows, but I decided to stay in the literary world by listing my favorite movies based on books. Let me know what yours are in the comments! Also don’t judge me too harshly. Remember the word favorite doesn’t always equal the word best (cough cough … I’m looking at you Twilight. Continue reading