Month: August 2017

Review – The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones

Review – The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones

Setting the Scene: 5 Word Summary Packs in all the feels. Mood Before Reading Two words: reading slump Review: Action. Adventure. Heartbreak. This book has it all. The Hearts We Sold is an interesting take on making a deal with the devil (and Rumpelstiltskin). Demons are real and they can make a wish of yours come true… with the price of a body part. Usually. And in the case of Dee, James, Cora, and others who make a deal with the demon known as Daemon, […]

Posted August 10, 2017 by Emz Chang in review / 1 Comment

Little and Lion – Diversity on Steroids

Little and Lion – Diversity on Steroids

Setting the Scene: 5 Word Summary Diversity. Diversity. Divsity. Love triangle. Mood Before Reading Sooooooo bored Review: Little and Lion is a coming-to-age story that follows the life of Suzette (aka Little) after she arrives home in the summer after spending the school year at boarding school across the country. She’s questioning her sexuality and at the same time handling her changing relationship with her brother Lionel (aka Lion). There are so many things I loved about Little and Lion, but what stands out the […]

Posted August 3, 2017 by Emz Chang in review / 5 Comments

5 Ways to Beat a Reading Slump

5 Ways to Beat a Reading Slump

Reading slumps are horrible. Horrible. They are the ban of my existence and as a mood reader, what I blame for having so much trouble meeting my reading goals. But over the years, through lots of trials and errors, I’ve found a few ways to beat them. Reread Probably considered the most classical method to beat a reading slump, rereading a favorite is one of your best bets to beat a reading slump. Not much much can reignite the need to read like reading a […]

Posted August 1, 2017 by Emz Chang in Investigated / 5 Comments