as good as dead book review // when i tell y’all that this was the most INSANE conclusion i’ve ever read-

If you know me, then you know that I firmly believe that A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder is one of the best mysteries in the YA genre. This trilogy has far and away been one of my favorites…but I … Continue reading as good as dead book review // when i tell y’all that this was the most INSANE conclusion i’ve ever read-

Hide ARC Review!! // a horror-thriller hybrid set in an abandoned amusement park???

Yeah, you read that title right. Abandoned amusement park??? I came running as soon as I read that part of the synopsis! ๐ŸŽก set in an abandoned amusement park ๐Ÿ‘ป horror-thriller ๐Ÿ† competition A huge thank you to the publisher … Continue reading Hide ARC Review!! // a horror-thriller hybrid set in an abandoned amusement park???

new adult books as a genre: should they exist?

Ah, new adult. A genre that isn’t a genre. A phrase that brings to mind romance books with scenes too explicit for the average YA reader, but too juvenile for the adult reader. However, I’m here today to present my defense of New Adult as a valid genre outside of the romance titles casually attributed to the label, and to actually encourage more people to start using it! so…what exactly is new adult? According to an article by Wikipedia, New Adult is “New adult fiction is a developing genre of fiction with protagonists in the 18โ€“30 age bracket. St. Martin’s … Continue reading new adult books as a genre: should they exist?