Review: “Sources Say” by Lori Goldstein

Never in my wildest imagination did I think I would actively enjoy inviting even more politics into my life. And yet, dang if Sources Says isn’t an absolute treat that seeks to capitalize, satirize and entertain that masses, all while laying out the fundamental issues that the American two-party system is struggling with. All, ofContinue reading “Review: “Sources Say” by Lori Goldstein”

Review: “Only Mostly Devastated” by Sophie Gonzales

“Life was too short to play chicken with something as important as the person you loved.” Alright y’all so imagine this. You’re browsing through Bookstagram, bored off your ass, and you see a cute little book with a pretty teal cover surrounded by little cartoon teenagers hanging out on bleachers.  “Aww,” You say, “this isContinue reading “Review: “Only Mostly Devastated” by Sophie Gonzales”

Review: “Date Me, Bryson Keller” by Kevin van Whye

Maybe I’m a Scrooge.  Maybe it’s that my 23 years have suddenly decided to add up into one explosion of “get off my lawn” crotchetiness, because while undoubtedly “Date Me, Bryson Keller” is a cute YA novel, conceptually it is just so young. Writing-wise, characterization-wise, dialogue-wise (“wow that sucks major donkey balls” is something IContinue reading “Review: “Date Me, Bryson Keller” by Kevin van Whye”