Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London… an honest arc review

Bad Bachelor by Stefanie LondonExpected to publish March 3, 2020Sourcebooks Casablanca Goodreads Synopsis: Everybody’s talking about the hot new app reviewing New York’s most eligible bachelors. But why focus on prince charming when you can read the latest dirt on the lowest-ranked “Bad Bachelors”—NYC’s most notorious bad boys. If one more person mentions Bad Bachelors… Continue reading Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London… an honest arc review

Annie’s favorite podcasts… and a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT

Before I talk about what I've been listening to lately... I have a new podcast called Hello Heroine! Through this podcast, I'm exploring what it takes to become a literary leading lady like that ones we all know and love. Episodes are 25-35 minutes and talk about growing in your confidence, feeling like a cool… Continue reading Annie’s favorite podcasts… and a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT

What the Other Three Don’t Know by Spencer Hyde… an honest arc review

What the Other Three Don't Know by Spencer HydeTo be published March 3rd, 2020Shadow Mountain I received an ARC of this book through NetGalley on behalf of the publisher, and this has in no way influenced my review. Goodreads Synopsis: Will I still be loved if I show people who I really am?   Four… Continue reading What the Other Three Don’t Know by Spencer Hyde… an honest arc review

What’s on Annie’s kindle…

Today, I'm yanking back the curtain and sharing EXACTLY what I've got on my Kindle right now (except for my textbooks, because those are boring.) Renegades by Marissa MeyerAnarchist Nova goes undercover as a Renegade and finds her allegiances tested. Archenemies by Marissa MeyerIn the sequel to Renegades... well, I don't want to spoil, so… Continue reading What’s on Annie’s kindle…

What Annie read in this month | January wrap-up

Happy end of January! I'm trying out a new review format: I'm going to post mini-reviews at the end of each month while still posting full-length reviews for ARCs and maybe a couple books that really knock it out of the park. Here's what I read this month. Stay Sexy and Don't Get Murdered by… Continue reading What Annie read in this month | January wrap-up

Annie’s UPDATED writing survival kit

In the style of my recent post 11 things you should never say to a writer, and what to say instead, I'm dusting off this lil dinosaur and adding an update! You can read my original writing survival kit post here; it has your daily dose of outdated marble graphics as well as a singular… Continue reading Annie’s UPDATED writing survival kit

Annie’s 2020 word of the year… and the ONE THING she needs to do this year

The past few years, I didn't set yearly resolutions. I think we have a tendency to break our own resolutions, so I decided not to create them for myself. Why set myself up to break my own promises? Why not just be a good person and work toward bettering myself 365 days of the year?… Continue reading Annie’s 2020 word of the year… and the ONE THING she needs to do this year

The best and worst of 2019

Today I'm sharing my favorite and least favorite books of 2019! Drop me a comment and let me know if you agree (or don't)... 9. One Day in December by Josie SilverI loved almost every element of this book! The slow-build romance was so torturous and also so delicious; I'm pretty sure I read this… Continue reading The best and worst of 2019

The story Annie keeps coming back to…

Why do we have these stories that we can't get out of our heads?

Everything Annie read in 2019 pt. 2…

Today, I'm sharing a mini-review for every book I read in 2019... pt. 2. You can read the first half of my 2019 reviews here. The Dollmaker of Krakow by R. M. RomeroThis book is a charming, heartbreaking tale about what unlikely friends will do to protect each other from outside threats. I read this… Continue reading Everything Annie read in 2019 pt. 2…