I’m trying to make a dent in my backlog of Sticky Note Reviews, so here’s on on a Saturday. I read The Miseducation of Cameron Post in either May or June, and it’s been hanging out in limbo ever since. So, in 2 minutes, here’s my review.
I picked up Loving vs Virginia on a whim from the library. Being in an interracial relationship makes the story of their civil rights case all the more personal for me. I was excited that T and I got to see the film; I didn’t think it would come to our small-ish town. (To be … More Loving vs. Virginia | Sticky Note Review
I finished this in a few days, and now I need more M. R. Carey in my life. Watch the video below for synopsis and Sticky Note Review, or scroll all the way down for just the Sticky Note Review. And the Sticky Note Review on Instagram #bookaday The Girl With All the Gifts. #stickynotereviews … More The Girl With All the Gifts | Sticky Note Review
This one took me a long time to read. I bought the audio, but don’t like listening to an audio if I don’t also have the print text (I like to go back and forth). I had the book on hold at the library. Got it, then had to return it when we went on … More Strange the Dreamer | Sticky Note Reviews
Don’t have time to read a full review? How about a review on a sticky note? Here’s my Sticky Note Review for Wink Poppy Midnight … More Wink Poppy Midnight | Sticky Note Review
Happy Thursday, readers. While I was doing the road trip thing, I read a number of books, as one does when they don’t get carsick (sorry T). The first I finished was Bang by Barry Lyga. Watch below to find out more about the book and what I though of it (~2min) or scroll all … More Bang | Sticky Note Review
I can’t remember who told me about Looking for Group by Rory Harrison, but whoever you are, thank you. I finished it on Saturday and have had a book hangover ever since. Here’s what it’s about a d what I thought of it. What your thoughts on Looking for Group?
I wasn’t going to read this book because everyone was talking about it. And if I’m honest, I saw it at Target, and I’m always wary of Target’s book selections (they tend not to stock many POC authors). As such, I made an assumption about Everything, Everything that turned out to be wrong. Here’s my … More Everything, Everything | Sticky Note Reviews
American Street by Ibi Zoboi is one I’d been waiting for since late last year. I put it on hold at the library, checked it out, then bought my own copy before I even started reading it. Going back and forth between the print book and the audiobook is a thing I’m really into now. … More American Street | Sticky Note Reviews
Today, I don’t have a good preface for this Sticky Note Review except to say that Adam Silvera is rapidly becoming one of my favorite authors. I loved More Happy than Not, so when I saw on one of his social networking accounts that he had a new book coming out, I said, “definitely,” then … More History Is All You Left Me | Sticky Note Reviews