Biblio 411: I’ll Always Write Back by Caitlin Alifirenka, Martin Ganda, and Liz Welch

#SpoilerAlert – proceed at your own risk Authors: Caitlin Alifirenka, Martin Ganda, and Liz Welch Publisher: Little Brown Books Released: April 14th, 2015 Read: October 1, 2015 The Hook: Letter writing, pen pals I’m going to be honest. I went hunting for this book. Not this particular book, but I wanted to read a book in which the […]

Biblio 411: That one author

Have you ever had that one author who never let you down? That one author who you can rely on to deliver exactly what you need almost always (because I’m a realist, everyone lets you down sometimes)? Recently, Meg Cabot has been that author for me. I turn to her when my mind needs a […]

We interrupt this program: A very tiring day

Because I’m writing this just minutes away from sleep (it’s been a very long day with headaches and weird vision problems), I’m not going to go through the usual routine and give books the attention they deserve on a better day. I’m behind on the pleasure reading by ten books, but I did find a […]

Biblio 411: How To Make Money Blogging

Author: Bob Lotich Released: August 1, 2010 Published by: Rendren Publishing The Hook: Can I really make money by doing what I love doing? When I first set up my blog, I didn’t do it for money. And I know everyone says that, so I’m sure I’m preaching to the choir, but seriously, the purpose of my […]

Biblio 411: Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

Spoiler Alert – Proceed at your own risk. Author: Rainbow Rowell Release Date: April 14th, 2011 Published by: Dutton Adult The Hook: An info tech geek falling in love through email? Yep. And the fact that I read and love Eleanor and Park. I’ve been stuck ever since reading Ginger Scott’s amazing story, Wild Reckless. I kid you not.  I’ve […]

Biblio 411 Preview: Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

Yep, only a preview because I’m currently in-progress with this read. Seriously? You realize it’s been a while since you’ve *actually* reviewed a book, right? I know! And I’m sorry, but Ginger Scott’s Wild Reckless, which I review here, just left me with a hangover. I couldn’t get interested in any other book. My thoughts just […]