This Changes Everything by Jaquelle Crowe | Review

Meeting a book with high expectations can either be a really good thing, or a really bad thing. Either it’s going to disappoint miserably, or it’s going to surpass even your wildest hopes and turn out to be one of the best things you’ve read all year. I had very …

Wingfeather Tales | Review

So I’m finally getting around to the promised review of Winfeather Tales! *excited squealing from my corner of the earth* If you have no idea what I’m talking about here, the Wingfeather Tales are a collection of short stories (and one novella) by several different authors, exploring heretofore unknown aspects of the world of …

Father Brown Stories by G.K. Chesterton | Review

I don’t know if you’ve ever heard of McKay’s bookstore. It’s this building in Chatanooga, Tennessee, that sits like a giant box beside the freeway. When I say giant, I mean massive. It’s literally the largest bookstore I’ve ever been inside. Aisle after aisle of used books all jumbled together, …

Unblemished by Sara Ella | Review

(From Goodreads) Eliyana has always recoiled from her own reflection in the mirror. But what if that were only one Reflection—one world? What if another world existed where her blemish could become her strength? Eliyana is used to the shadows. With a hideous birthmark covering half her face, she just …

Once: Six Historically Inspired Fairytales | Review

I’ve been super excited about this book ever since I heard of it. I mean, six different fairy tale retellings, from six different indie authors… what’s not to love? I’ve read some of these ladies’ writing before and I follow several of them on Twitter, so I couldn’t wait. I …

Walden Two by B.F. Skinner | Review

Walden Two is the second book in this little trilogy of humanistic, 20th century literature I’m reading for school (Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea was first).  It’s about a community of the same name, built by one T.E. Frazier, out in the middle of nowhere somewhere in America.  The book follows Frazier’s …