St. Vincent was such an amazing movie. The relationships between Vincent (Bill Murray), Oliver (Jaeden Lieberher), Maggie (Melissa McCarthy) were so real. The acting was astounding, to say the least. The characters stopped being characters and became people who I felt a genuine connection with. I was blown away by all of the actors, but I… Continue reading St. Vincent Review
About a week ago, I finished The DUFF by Kody Keplinger. WOW! It was such an amazing, captivating book. I couldn't put it down. As it is in most books, the first fifty pages are a little slow, but that's because the author has to introduce the reader to a whole new world. After the first fifty… Continue reading The DUFF by Kody Keplinger
INVADED Launch & Giveaway! I am so thrilled to help Melissa Landers with her release week launch party for INVADED! See a note from Melissa below and make sure to enter the giveaway! Hey, fiction lovers. I’m Melissa Landers, author of the Alienated series (YA sci-fi from Disney-Hyperion), and today I’m bouncing with excitement because… Continue reading INVADED Launch & Giveaway!
Mid-January I read Unbroken, a book about Louis Zamperini, a former Olympic runner who enlisted in the army during World War 2 and was a POW in a Japanese concentration camp after his plane crashed and he spent 47 days on a raft with two other men. His story is one of the most inspirational,… Continue reading Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand
Last night, I had the fortunate opportunity to watch Laggies. The movie is so incredibly well done! It is now on my list of favorite movies. The acting is superb. Some of the actors that stood out to me were Kiera Knightley, Chloë Grace Moretz, Sam Rockwell, Kaitlyn Dever, and Jeff Garlin, to name a… Continue reading Laggies Review
In the spirit of reading, I went online and bought some more books! I thought I would share a list of them with a short description of why I ordered them. So, here they are: 1. The DUFF by Kody Keplinger -- The main reason that I bought this book is because I saw the trailer… Continue reading New Books I Ordered!
This month for school I was required to read a poetry book. So, my grandma lent me a small book by an author that she had told me about several time. The author was Pablo Neruda. The book was only 89 pages (half of which are in Spanish) so I thought, "Why not?" I finished… Continue reading Twenty Love Poems And a Song of Despair by Pablo Neruda