I’m back home for a short while on spring break, and had some HUGE stacks of books piled up! Click the link above to check out what I got in my mailbox!
I’m trying something a little different, and offering up a video to you about traveling! Want to travel to London? Are you lost and overwhelmed by guidebooks? I’ve put together a video of some of my favorite places that I liked to visit when I traveled here and now that I’m living here! Enjoy!
This month I read 40 books and that’s why I haven’t been posting! Ha. I wish! Life is just crazy! Thesis Update I’m doing the last of my edits/revisions and it will be turned in this month (!!!!!!) and then I’ll have to defend it in front of my panel. Oh boy. Also, lot’s of you […]
Bet On Me by Mia Hoddell Genre: New Adult Romantic Suspense Standalone Release Date: May 23, 2016 Page Count: 290 Only $0.99 for Release Week It’s all a game until they’re betting with their lives. Alaya Matthews is in search of freedom. Tired of her mundane life, she packs everything she owns into two bags […]
Kindred Spirits by Rainbow RowellSeries: N/APublished by Macmillans Kids UK on February 25, 2016Genres: Young Adult, Romance, Contemporary, Short StoryPages: 96 : Paperback editionSource: Received through #booksfortrade on TwitterAdd to Goodreads ‘Everybody likes everything these days. The whole world is a nerd.’ ‘Are you mad because other people like Star Wars? Are you mad because people like me like Star Wars?’ ‘Maybe.’ If […]
Boy Band by Jacqueline E. SmithSeries: Boy Band #1Published by Wind Trail Publishing on March 26, 2015Genres: Young Adult, Romance, ContemporaryPages: 206 : Paperback editionSource: Received from the publisher/author in exchange for an honest reviewAdd to Goodreads Sam Morneau is Melissa Parker’s best friend. He’s also a member of The Kind of September, basically the hottest boy band on the planet. After […]
Trigger warning: rape, sexual assault, general feminist rants. Sometimes I get a bit serious here at The Paige-Turner. Tends to happen when you’re in a major like mine; Gender and Women’s Studies. Most people scoff when they hear the title. “Gender and Women’s Studies? Wouldn’t you need a whole lifetime to study and understand […]
Golem by Lorenzo CeccottiSeries: N/APublished by Roca Editorial on August 31, 2016Genres: Graphic Novel, Science FictionPages: 280 : Paperback editionSource: A copy was provided by the publisher (via NetGalley) in exchange for an honest reviewAdd to Goodreads Set in post-Eurozone Italy, entrenched in a bizarre form of hyper-capitalism, GOLEM follows a young boy kidnapped during a political protest gone sour, who learns […]
Paper Girls by Brian K. Vaughan, Cliff Chiang (illustrator), Matthew Wilson (illustrator)Series: Paper Girls #1-5Published by Image Comics on April 5, 2016Genres: Young Adult, Science Fiction, ComicsPages: 144 : e-book editionSource: Received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review (via NetGalley)Add to Goodreads In the early hours after Halloween of 1988, four 12-year-old newspaper delivery girls uncover the […]
Baby’s in Black by Arne BellstorfSeries: N/APublished by First Second on October 1, 2010Genres: Graphic Novel, Music, NonfictionPages: 208 : Hardcover editionSource: Checked out from my local libraryAdd to Goodreads A fascinating, exhilarating portrait of the Beatles in their early years. Meet the Beatles . . . right at the beginning of their careers. This gorgeous, high-energy graphic novel is an […]