Tag Archives: small town

Review: ‘Saving Wishes’ by G.J. Walker-Smith #COYER

As soon as I picked this up, I thought it sounded super familiar. Then I realized that I had read at least half of this book before. First off: like the cover. It’s nice. The rest? How do you say “meh” in Aussie? REMAINDER OF REVIEW... Read More | Share it now!

There’s no forgetting ~ ‘I Was Here’ by Gayle Forman #Review

I am a huge, no-holds-barred fan of Gayle Forman’s work. I first read If I Stay in early 2013, which was so sad and hopeful at the same time. Her Just One Day series is one of my favorites, and I squealed (internally) like a twelve-year-old at... Read More | Share it now!

Secrets, Giselle & Murder? ‘Unlovely’ by Celeste Conway #Review #COYER

All I knew about this book was what I gleaned from the cover: it was about ballet, and somehow, love and horror were involved. As the story opens, I had the distinct feeling that it was taking place sometime in the 1950s. When the main character... Read More | Share it now!

BriefINK Review: ‘The Truth About Alice’ by Jennifer Mathieu

Briefly: Told from the points of view of four teens, then Alice herself, this story is about how jealousy, anger, bitterness and, perhaps, a little truth can make a rumor grow out of control. Of course, everyone knows that Alice is a slut. Football... Read More | Share it now!

Release Day Book Review: ‘Out of Nowhere’ by Maria Padian

Rating: 3.5 The Low Down: Small towns, small minds; isn’t that how the saying goes? Enniston, Maine’s population has made a complete 180 from being in “the coldest, whitest state in America” to one that is playing host to a large influx of... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Dead Until Dark’ by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse #1)

Rating: 3.5 The Low Down: Imagine if you lived in a small town of jabbering gossips. Now imagine if you lived in a town where you not only heard everyone talking, but you heard all of their thoughts, too. Sookie Stackhouse is telepathic. She has... Read More | Share it now!