The Little Women Letters by Gabrielle Donnelly [Review]

I grew up with the Little Women story front and center on my book shelf, and grew to love the characters like they were my own family. Because of this history that I have with the March sisters, I was really excited for the chance to read and review Garielle Donnelly’s The Little Women Letters. The Little Women Letters plays out very similarly to the […]

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Blog Tour: Wide Open By Deborah Coates [Review]

Wide Open by Debora Coates

Wide Open By Deborah Coates was a book that I enjoyed quite a bit. I was given a copy to review, and truthfully, I didn’t really know what to expect going in! The story sounded intriguing enough – and readers of my reviews know that I can’t pass up a good ghost story! I was extremely pleased when I started Wide Open that the story […]

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ANNA AND THE FRENCH KISS by Stephanie Perkins [Review]

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anna and the french kiss book

Anna and the French Kiss, Stephanie Perkin’s debut YA novel about a high school senior from Atlanta who’s shipped off to french boarding school and falls for the ever charming Etienne St.Clair, would make a great Sassy Gay Friend video. Through every wonderfully romantic page you want to shake Anna and ask her “What, what, what are you doing?” Anna’s sent to finish her last […]

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Blog Tour: THE HUM AND THE SHIVER By Alex Bledsoe [Review]

the hum and the shiver

Where to start with THE HUM AND THE SHIVER? Before I get into the story I want to say that Alex Bledsoe’s writing style is second to none. Not only did the plot of The Hum and the Shiver have me hooked from the start (actually if I’m being completely honest from the moment I read the synopsis), but the way that Bledsoe describes the […]

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