“Tell Me Three Things,” By Julie Buxbaum

5/5 Stars I'll just come right out and say it. Sometimes YA fiction is so bad that I can't even finish the first chapter, but this book is so bad it's good. It is the YA equivalent to an ABC Family television show. The writing style feels like you are reading the main character's diary rather … Continue reading “Tell Me Three Things,” By Julie Buxbaum

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“Drinking Coffee Elsewhere,” By Z.Z. Packer

2/5 Stars I'm a fan of all genres, but I've always had difficulty enjoying collections of short stories. This book was given to me at a Secret Santa party, so I felt obligated to read it. Drinking Coffee Elsewhere wasn't terrible, but I also won't be reaching for more collections any time soon. The overarching … Continue reading “Drinking Coffee Elsewhere,” By Z.Z. Packer

Total Sorority Move’s Article on the #MeToo Movement

Read First: TSM's Me, Too article Less than 24 hours ago, Total Sorority Move posted an article on their website labeled "Literally, Why Can't I Say #MeToo?" When I initially saw it, I panicked because TSM doesn't have the reputation of being appropriate, down-to-earth, or even pleasant.  Reading this article made my chest tighten. Not … Continue reading Total Sorority Move’s Article on the #MeToo Movement

“Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? And Other Concerns,” by Mindy Kaling

2/5 Stars This book was recommended to me by at least three friends. Some of these friends had already seen “The Office’ (a television show that Kaling wrote for) and read her book because they liked her from the show, and the others had never seen the show but wanted to after reading her book. … Continue reading “Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? And Other Concerns,” by Mindy Kaling