“addie larue,” despite its premise, is a book that’s going to be hard to forget. addie’s story is enthralling before she is remembered and it will continue to be after.
“enola holmes” (sept. 23, netflix) was the most fun viewing experience i’ve had in a while. first off, millie bobby brown brings so much life to this character and to the film as a whole (it’s also her first producing role) with her youth (a 16-year-old playing a 16-year-old is how it should be!!) and […]
recently, i read “tweet cute,” emma lord’s debut novel and an obsession was born. it follows pepper and jack, two high school seniors in new york city as they battle on Twitter under their respective family restaurant’s handles, become friends in real life and start to fall for each other on an anonymous app. there’s […]
hello! it’s been a while. in case you forgot, or are wondering why you got a notification, i’m julia. i took a (read: very long) hiatus from blogging (& regularly reading), but have decided to try it out again! my goal at the beginning of this year was to read 20 books. it seemed very […]