The Breakfast Club

4 Books You Might Enjoy if You Love ‘The Breakfast Club’

This post was originally going to be “4 Books You Might Enjoy if You Love 80’s Teen Movies,” but that was just too broad and specific at the same time. For starters, we don’t need to limit it to any particular decade. The angst and problems the teens face in the Breakfast Club are timeless, although the 80’s were pretty awesome in terms of movies … Continue reading 4 Books You Might Enjoy if You Love ‘The Breakfast Club’

Books to Read if You’re in the Mood for Romance (Or Not!)

Valentine’s Day is a super weird, sort of not real but somehow still celebrated holiday… that was a mouth full of a sentence. Anyway, while V-Day is super awkward but cute, and not at all meant to be take seriously, here are some books to get you in the romantic mood… or well, not. Whether you’re celebrating the day or trying to pretend it doesn’t exist, you’re … Continue reading Books to Read if You’re in the Mood for Romance (Or Not!)

We Are Still Tornadoes

Review: We Are Still Tornadoes by Michael Kun and Susan Mullen

We Are Still Tornadoes is about two childhood and high school best friends, Cath and Scott, and it is absolutely adorable! No, really. This book was SO CUTE. Ugh. Just… ALL OF THE RELATIONSHIPS! They were so good and authentic. Not just the romantic kind, but those too. We Are Still Tornadoes, written through a correspondence of letters between Cath and Scott, manages to capture the heart … Continue reading Review: We Are Still Tornadoes by Michael Kun and Susan Mullen

Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

Updates: WordPress Migration and College Life

Surprise, Surprise Every couple of months I tend to do something wrong that results in me breaking my blog, to put it simply, and I’m sure no one is surprised that I’ve done it once again. For anyone familiar with website hosting, you probably know how expensive it can get, and if you’re not familiar with it: it’s about $150 per year. Which was not really all … Continue reading Updates: WordPress Migration and College Life