Start: December 21, 2021 Finish: January 1, 2022 Synopsis: From the author of You Should See Me in a Crown, Leah Johnson delivers a stunning novel about being brave enough to be true to yourself, and learning to find joy even when times are unimaginably dark. Olivia is an expert at falling in love . . […]Read More Rise to the Sun: Review
Hello! Happy Thursday! I’m happy to announce my short story, ‘With Love, From Waystation 4’ is now available. This publication is meaningful for a few reasons: It’s my first new publication since 2019. It’s also a sweet love story that heavily features one of my favorite arcade games. AND it’s my first publication in a […]Read More New Short Story Out Now!
From novellas to novels to the occasional non-fiction book, I chipped away at my ‘TBR’ list in preparation for the host of highly anticipated books that will be published later this year.Read More January Reads
As a kid and teen, I was a fast reader and could knock out lengthy books in a week or two. Now that I’m an adult, I seem to struggle to read even one title in a month. So for now, these lists will feature three or four books. But I hope over time, I’ll be able to stretch them out to five, six or even seven books.Read More August TBR List
This is a perfect book and a great debut. As I write this review, I genuinely can’t find a single fault with it. I love the characters, the atmosphere, the intense emotions that run through this narrative. It’s a story that I want to read over and over and over.Read More The Stars And The Blackness Between Them: Review
The beauty (that’s laced with a tinge of tragedy) of stories like A Song Below Water is that it reminds readers, specifically young women, that in the real world there are no ‘Chosen Ones.’Read More A Song Below Water: Review
At the start of every day I was ambivalent about the romance between A and Rhiannon. After spending one day together, A was convinced they were in love with Rhiannon. It’s called out a few times by Rhiannon, who notes they barely know each other. As the story moves along, I found myself not minding the romance and I liked how it was ultimately resolved.Read More Every day: Review