ARC Review: How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather


I have always been morbidly fascinated by the Salem Witch Trials so when I came across this book, I was instantly drawn to it. I think a lot of things about this book seem a little far fetched but reading the author’s note did help me understand a little about some of the decisions that […]

ARC Review: Mirage by Tracy Clark


My feelings about this book are complicated because while I thoroughly enjoyed it, Mirage walks a thin line between dealing with mental health and being a thriller and the two don’t overlap in a way which allows both things to be explored and established completely. What the book does do well is teenagers. Teens who […]

ARC Review: Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies by Lindsay Ribar

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Isn’t the title of this book just great? It’s even awesomer when the author drops it into some of the conversations in the book. But really, this book is amazing. It seems like it would either be full of dark humor or fluff and while it has both, Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies is surprisingly dark […]

ARC Review: You Know Me Well by David Levithan and Nina LaCour

You know me well

You Know Me Well is an incredibly well-written feel-good book that doesn’t hold up as well when you start examining some of the finer threads that make up the novel. Never-the-less, it moved me and made me feel lots of mushy gushy things. One of the finer threads I am referring to is the way […]

ARC Review: My Lady Jane by Brodi Ashton, Cynthia Hand and Jodi Meadows

My Lady Jane

Some of you might know that The Princess Bride is one of my favorite novels in the scope of reality and others might not. Well now you do. I’ve had My Lady Jane on my TBR since it was first announced. I saw the 3 wonderful authors who had decided to get together to write […]

Top Ten Things John Corey Whaley Cannot Live Without

Highly Illogical Behavior

The Social Potato welcomes John Corey Whaley to the bLoG I heard many amazing things about Where Things Come Back so when I heard about Highly Illogical Behavior, I knew I needed it in my life. Boy was I right. Highly Illogical Behavior is a phenomenal novel that explores mental illness in a way that doesn’t gloss over how […]