Wires and Nerve Book Review

My fantastic husband knew exactly what I wanted for Valentine’s Day! Wires and Nerve by Marissa Meyer was on my to read list the moment I saw the announcement. Iko was a character that I loved in the original series and I was so excited to see more of her. Reading Wires and Nerve was so fun. I hope the review gets you excited for it too!

A complex review of the graphic novel Wires and Nerve by Marissa Meyer.


Everland Book Review

Everland by Wendy Spinale has been on my to read list for a while, since one of my friends read it. I’m a sucker for Peter Pan and dystopian fiction so I thought, why not?  Everland was an interesting read and I’m excited to tell you all about it.

A book review on a spin-off of a classic favorite, Peter Pan.


6 Ideas for a Nerdy Valentine’s Day

So, being married I do celebrate Valentine’s Day somewhat religiously. I love Chris, A LOT! *cue groans* And there are lots of places that talk about Gal-entine’s Day so I’m not going to go there. I will however give you, my dear friends, some ideas for a more geeky/nerdy Valentine’s day. This is for those of you who aren’t wanting the fancy dinner at the crowded, overpriced restaurant.

6 fun ideas to help you have a fun Valentine's Day without the cheese.


Book Review-Red Rising by Pierce Brown

So, I started Red Rising a few days ago, and even though I absolutely loved it, things kept getting in the way of reading it. *cough NCIS cough Chris* But it was so good! I have a brand new canon couple to ship, which makes me happy. Let me know what you guys think in the comments! Contains minor spoilers.

Red Rising was a powerful young adult dystopian. I got into it with high expectations because I’d heard such fantastic reviews about it. I had also received a couple pins from an OwlCrate that had Darrow on them. So I was excited to finally meet the man behind the pin.

Red Rising Book Review Pierce Brown


Book Review-Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth

An in depth book review of Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth

It’s been recently published, so no spoilers. I’ll come back and update it in a few months with specifics for anyone who’s interested. Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth definitely earned a 5 out of 5 with me. I enjoyed the Divergent trilogy, but found the writing just okay. The ending of Allegiant I won’t bother getting into with this post because there’s just so much that could be said. The writing in Carve the Mark showed definite improvement. I wasn’t distracted from the story, it flowed cleanly between the different viewpoints.