Featured Recipe: Frosted S’More Cups by Easybaked

It’s not officially summer yet, but it is just around the corner. What better way to kick it off than with a fun twist on a summer campfire favorite, s’mores! Easybaked’s Frosted S’More Cups combine classic s’mores ingredients – graham cracker, chocolate, and marshmallows. But instead of mixing them into  a hot, sticky (though admittedly … Continue reading Featured Recipe: Frosted S’More Cups by Easybaked

Book Review: ‘Everybody Knows Your Name’ by Andrea Seigel and Brent Bradshaw

If you want to simplify things, Andrea Seigel & Brent Bradshaw’s Everybody Knows Your Name is a story about two teenagers from extremely different backgrounds, Magnolia and Ford, participating in an American Idol-style singing competition. Magnolia is from The OC and, aside from dealing with the unexpected death of her father several years prior, she … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Everybody Knows Your Name’ by Andrea Seigel and Brent Bradshaw

Book Review: ‘I’ll Meet You There’ by Heather Demetrios

Arrrrrgh this book! Usually feeling immense frustration isn’t a good thing when reading a book, but every once in a while it happens in just the right way, making the story more powerful. Heather Demetrios’s I’ll Meet You There made me frustrated, upset, sad, and occasionally hopeless, but…it was really good because of that. I’ll … Continue reading Book Review: ‘I’ll Meet You There’ by Heather Demetrios

Book Review: ‘The Winner’s Crime’ by Marie Rutkoski

I’m admittedly a little late to the party, but I recently got around to reading Marie Rutkoski The Winner’s Curse, which actually worked out pretty well because I was able to immediately jump into the next book in the series, The Winner’s Crime. Since The Winner’s Crime is new and exciting I’m going to focus … Continue reading Book Review: ‘The Winner’s Crime’ by Marie Rutkoski

Book Review: Mr. Kiss and Tell (Veronica Mars #2) by Rob Thomas and Jennifer Graham

Last spring the world was in a lovely state of Veronica Mars renaissance, encouraged by the release of the kickstarter-funded Veronica Mars movie. But in addition to the movie, fans also gained access to a less-publicized Veronica Mars treat, in the form of a new book series written by show creator Rob Thomas in collaboration … Continue reading Book Review: Mr. Kiss and Tell (Veronica Mars #2) by Rob Thomas and Jennifer Graham