Stacking the Shelves (43) + January Recap

Saturday, January 31, 2015

I said I'll cut back on buying, right? Uhm, can we start that some other time? I couldn't resist because Fully Booked had a sale!



Gifted

The Opposite of Loneliness: Essays and Stories by Marina Keegan

When I read about Marina's story and how she died at a young age full of potential, I got sad. But I got sadder when I read one of her essays and how it was poignant yet hopeful. This book has been on my wishlist ever since that moment last year. My friend and I exchanged gifts AKA exchanged books and this was my wishlist. I'm so excited yet a wee bit afraid to read it because I know there will be FEELS AND TEARS.


Bought

Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley
The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater


After loving Noggin by John Corey Whaley, I immediately bought his debut novel Where Things Come Back. Sadly, I still haven't read it because I fail.

I also bought a paperback of The Dream Thieves because the ARC that I was reading had missing pages!!! Yes, I was enraged and so sad at midnight on a Sunday because I couldn't continue reading! I went to the nearest bookstore the next day and thank God there's a copy! I would have cried, really, if I wasn't able to read it the next day. I was on the juicy parts and then BAH.

Introducing Under the Radar Friday!

Friday, January 30, 2015

Today, I'm introducing this blog feature I've been cooking up for the past month or so. Finally!

Do you have those books that you ABSOLUTELY LOVE but the world doesn't even know exist? Do you have those books you think are unjustly unpopular but are so great that you pimp them out every chance you get? Do you think some novels are just so under the radar? Now, here's your chance to share them to the world! Introducing... UNDER THE RADAR FRIDAY!!!11


Inspired by Dahlia Adler's #UnderTheRadarYA hashtag on Twitter, Under the Radar Friday is the newest weekly blog feature here at Oops! I Read A Book Again. Every Friday, I'll be featuring a bookish person (a blogger, an author, a publicist, anyone!) who will share five books they think are under the radar. It could be young adult, new adult, or adult books. They could also choose a theme or a genre (e.g. contemporary YA romances, YA time travel, best friend romances, 24-hour YA novels, etc) but that's completely optional.

Be ready to add even more books to your TBR and let the recommendations and squeeing begin! I am so excited to get this feature started and I already have a few bookish people lined up. Of course, I want YOU to be a part of it too. Do you want to share your favorite novels that need more loving? Do you want yet another avenue to pimp them out? Then fill up this form so I can contact you and we can start talking and doing some wonderful stuff and all that! *jazz hands*

Feel free to use the hashtag #UnderTheRadarFriday so we can discuss and chat. Come back next Friday for the first ever Under the Radar Friday!

P.S. Thank you to Sab for the banner!

Cover Reveal: Maybe Me by Amber Hart

We're so excited to reveal the cover for MAYBE ME by Amber Hart! Maybe Me releases this fall from Kensington Teen!


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About MAYBE ME:

A sliver of a second is all it takes.

Maria Reyes knows what it means to come from nothing. Escaping Cuba, the States have given Maria new dreams. Like graduating high school. Going to college. Making something of herself. Forgetting a past that always seems to creep up on her family. But mostly, staying out of trouble. Which is why falling for Hale is out of the question.

An unguarded moment, a simple mistake.

Hale Watson is a flash of a second away from being locked up for good. With a rap sheet longer than the list of homes he comes from, Hale has one more shot at making things right. Graduate senior year. Don’t mess up. Don’t get caught. That’s the plan. Until he meets Maria.

And everything changes.

Add MAYBE ME to Goodreads here! You can also preorder it below (more retailers coming soon)!



MAYBE ME is the third book in the Before & After series, but it can be read as a standalone! You can find out more about BEFORE YOU and AFTER US here!

About Amber Hart

Amber Hart grew up in Orlando, Florida and Atlanta, Georgia. She now resides on the Florida coastline with family. When unable to find a book, she can be found writing, daydreaming, or with her toes in the sand. She's the author of the Before & After series (BEFORE YOU; AFTER US; MAYBE ME), and the Until You Find Me series (UNTIL YOU FIND ME; CAPTURED BY YOU). Rep'd by Beth Miller of Writers House.

Review: Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Attachments
Title: Attachments
Author: Rainbow Rowell
Publisher: Orion
Date of Publication: February 2, 2012

By day, two young women spend their hours emailing each other, discussing every aspect of their lives. By night, Lincoln, a lonely IT guy, spends his hours reading every exchange. Soon Lincoln is drawn into their lives, and finds himself falling for one of them. Lincoln decides it's time to muster the courage to follow his heart.

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Review: Winger by Andrew Smith

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Winger (Winger, #1)
Title: Winger (Winger #1)
Author: Andrew Smith
Publisher: Simon and Schuster BFYR
Date of Publication: May 14, 2013

Ryan Dean West is a fourteen-year-old junior at a boarding school for rich kids in the Pacific Northwest. He’s living in Opportunity Hall, the dorm for troublemakers, and rooming with the biggest bully on the rugby team. And he’s madly in love with his best friend Annie, who thinks of him as a little boy.

With the help of his sense of humor, rugby buddies, and his penchant for doodling comics, Ryan Dean manages to survive life’s complications and even find some happiness along the way. But when the unthinkable happens, he has to figure out how to hold on to what’s important, even when it feels like everything has fallen apart.

Filled with hand-drawn info-graphics and illustrations and told in a pitch-perfect voice, this realistic depiction of a teen’s experience strikes an exceptional balance of hilarious and heartbreaking.

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Theme Song: Noggin by John Corey Whaley

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Noggin
Title: Noggin
Author: John Corey Whaley
Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers
Date of Publication: April 8, 2014

Listen — Travis Coates was alive once and then he wasn’t.

Now he’s alive again.

Simple as that.

The in between part is still a little fuzzy, but he can tell you that, at some point or another, his head got chopped off and shoved into a freezer in Denver, Colorado. Five years later, it was reattached to some other guy’s body, and well, here he is. Despite all logic, he’s still 16 and everything and everyone around him has changed. That includes his bedroom, his parents, his best friend, and his girlfriend. Or maybe she’s not his girlfriend anymore? That’s a bit fuzzy too.

Looks like if the new Travis and the old Travis are ever going to find a way to exist together, then there are going to be a few more scars.

Oh well, you only live twice.

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Review: Noggin by John Corey Whaley

Friday, January 23, 2015

Noggin
Title: Noggin
Author: John Corey Whaley
Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers
Date of Publication: April 8, 2014

Listen — Travis Coates was alive once and then he wasn’t.

Now he’s alive again.

Simple as that.

The in between part is still a little fuzzy, but he can tell you that, at some point or another, his head got chopped off and shoved into a freezer in Denver, Colorado. Five years later, it was reattached to some other guy’s body, and well, here he is. Despite all logic, he’s still 16 and everything and everyone around him has changed. That includes his bedroom, his parents, his best friend, and his girlfriend. Or maybe she’s not his girlfriend anymore? That’s a bit fuzzy too.

Looks like if the new Travis and the old Travis are ever going to find a way to exist together, then there are going to be a few more scars.

Oh well, you only live twice.

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{Blog Tour} Review + Theme Song + Giveaway: Only A Kiss by Ines Bautista-Yao

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Only A Kiss
Title: Only A Kiss
Author: Ines Bautista-Yao
Publisher: Chamber Shell Publishing
Date of Publication: November 29, 2014
Genre: contemporary romance

When she was nine-years-old, Katie knew she wanted Chris to give her her first kiss. It wasn’t because she was in love with him (no way, he was her best friend! Besides, she was in love with his fourteen-year-old big brother), it was because she could make him do anything she wanted.

Besides, it didn't really mean anything. It was only a kiss after all.

But then things started to change. They grew up. They parted ways and went to different high schools. And other girls and boys—well, just one particular boy—came into the picture, throwing their lives upside down.

Told from the alternating points of view of Katie and Chris, this love story between two best friends will tug at your heartstrings and leave you thinking how the simplest things can mean so much.

Purchase from Amazon | Buqo.ph (Only A Kiss is on sale for ONLY $0.99 until February 14!)

*Paperbacks are also available at Fully Booked and National Book Store in the Philippines!)




Cover Reveal: All Played Out by Cora Carmack

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Holy smokes are we excited to bring you the cover for Cora Carmack's ALL PLAYED OUT! ALL PLAYED OUT is a New Adult Contemporary Romance and is the 3rd book in the Rusk University Series, published by William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins. It is due to be released on May 12, 2015!! If you haven't had a chance to read this sexy, fun series yet, be sure to grab ALL LINED UP and ALL BROKE DOWN!



Pre-Order Your Copy Today!

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About ALL PLAYED OUT:

First person in her family to go to college? CHECK.
Straight A’s? CHECK.
On track to graduate early? CHECK.
Social life? …..yeah, about that….

With just a few weeks until she graduates, Antonella DeLuca’s beginning to worry that maybe she hasn’t had the full college experience. (Okay... Scratch that. She knows she hasn't had the full college experience).

So Nell does what a smart, dedicated girl like herself does best. She makes a "to do" list of normal college activities.

Item #1? Hook up with a jock.

Rusk University wide receiver Mateo Torres practically wrote the playbook for normal college living. When he’s not on the field, he excels at partying, girls, and more partying. As long as he keeps things light and easy, it's impossible to get hurt... again. But something about the quiet, shy, sexy-as-hell Nell gets under his skin, and when he learns about her list, he makes it his mission to help her complete it.

Torres is the definition of confident (And sexy. And wild), and he opens up a side of Nell that she's never known. But as they begin to check off each crazy, exciting, normal item, Nell finds that her frivolous list leads to something more serious than she bargained for. And while Torres is used to taking risks on the field, he has to decide if he's willing to take the chance when it's more than just a game.

Together they will have to decide if what they have is just part of the experiment or a chance at something real.

And don’t miss the first two books in the Rusk University Series…

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ALL LINED UP, Book 1


ALL BROKE DOWN, Book 2



(Linked are my reviews!)


HeadshotAbout Cora Carmack:

Cora Carmack is a twenty-something writer who likes to write about twenty-something characters. She's done a multitude of things in her life-- boring jobs (like working retail), Fun jobs (like working in a theatre), stressful jobs (like teaching), and dream jobs (like writing). She enjoys placing her characters in the most awkward situations possible, and then trying to help them get a boyfriend out of it. Awkward people need love, too. Her first book, LOSING IT, was a New York Times and USA Today bestseller.

{Blog Tour} Excerpt + Playlist + Giveaway: Cities by Carla de Guzman

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

It's so nice seeing more and more Filipino authors nowadays! Today, I'm sharing an excerpt from Carla de Guzman's parallel world romance novella, CITIES! Plus, Carla' playlist for four cities featured in the book. Don't forget to join the giveaway as well. Here goes!

Cities
Title: Cities
Author: Carla de Guzman
Publisher: Midnight Books
Date of Publication: November 30, 2014

Celia has dreams.


She dreams of going to Seoul for that scholarship she never took, of leaving everything behind and moving to New York.
In all those dreams, she finds herself attached to Benedict, the boy she has always loved, who didn’t love her back.

Ben believes in parallel worlds.


Worlds where the things you didn’t do come true—worlds where he went to London and fell in love with Celia, where he shows up on the day she needed him most. He believes that dreams are glimpses into that parallel world, and it’s not a coincidence that Celia’s been having them too.

It’s the day of Ben’s wedding, in the middle of a typhoon in Manila. How will these dreams and unmade decisions change their lives? Will they bring them closer together, or just drive them further apart?

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Cover Reveal: Hidden Huntress by Danielle L. Jensen

Monday, January 19, 2015


Title: Hidden Huntress (The Malediction Trilogy #2)
Author: Danielle L. Jensen
Publisher: Angry Robot Books
Date of Publication: June 2, 2015

Sometimes, one must accomplish the impossible.

Beneath the mountain, the king’s reign of tyranny is absolute; the one troll with the capacity to challenge him is imprisoned for treason. Cécile has escaped the darkness of Trollus, but she learns all too quickly that she is not beyond the reach of the king’s power. Or his manipulation.

Recovered from her injuries, she now lives with her mother in Trianon and graces the opera stage every night. But by day she searches for the witch who has eluded the trolls for five hundred years. Whether she succeeds or fails, the costs to those she cares about will be high.

To find Anushka, she must delve into magic that is both dark and deadly. But the witch is a clever creature. And Cécile might not just be the hunter. She might also be the hunted…

About Danielle L. Jensen

Danielle was born and raised in Calgary, Canada. At the insistence of the left side of her brain, she graduated in 2003 from the University of Calgary with a bachelor’s degree in finance. But the right side of her brain has ever been mutinous; and in 2010, it sent her back to school to complete an entirely impractical English literature degree at Mount Royal University and to pursue publication. Much to her satisfaction, the right side shows no sign of relinquishing its domination.

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Review: Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Eleanor and Park
Title: Eleanor & Park
Author: Rainbow Rowell
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Date of Publication: February 26, 2013

Two misfits.
One extraordinary love.

Eleanor... Red hair, wrong clothes. Standing behind him until he turns his head. Lying beside him until he wakes up. Making everyone else seem drabber and flatter and never good enough...Eleanor.

Park... He knows she'll love a song before he plays it for her. He laughs at her jokes before she ever gets to the punch line. There's a place on his chest, just below his throat, that makes her want to keep promises...Park.

Set over the course of one school year, this is the story of two star-crossed sixteen-year-olds—smart enough to know that first love almost never lasts, but brave and desperate enough to try.

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Accompanying Tweets to The Lover's Dictionary by David Levithan: J

Saturday, January 17, 2015

jabber, v.: Opposite of banter; the conversational wormhole that leads us to nothing but exhaustion. More often done with strangers.

jacket, n.: We borrow them because we like the idea of something of yours fitting so well on our shoulders.

jackpot, n.: Sometimes you win the lottery. But with love, it’s more like we’re working our asses off to get the prize.

jadedly, adj.: You may be hard, but you’re no gem.

jagged, adj.: When we tear at each other, it’s never clean.

jail, n.: When you find me sitting in the cell I’ve made of my doubts, you have to point out the door isn’t locked, so I can open it myself.

jangle, v.: When we hit against each other, the sound's not too harsh – almost musical. But nothing you’d want to listen to for too long.

janitorial, adj.: I sometimes wonder if you think the dust bunnies and dust buffalo are going to migrate out of our apartment on their own.

jape, n.: All the impractical jokes we play on each other – when will we learn that in love, treats are rarely tricks?

jarring, adj.: To feel the walls around you shaking, and to realize they could break; to understand the limits of your containment.

jaunt, v.: Let’s walk for the sake of walking, pair our steps in a decadent meander through the twinkled city night.

jazz, n.: Its lesson to love is this – the act of finding the music can create the music.

jealousy, n.: It’s not the other person. It’s that I perceive or imagine the excitement you feel in seeing the other person.

Nikki Godwin's Breaking Saint Jude is out now + Falling from the Sky is FREE!

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Nikki Godwin, author of Chasing Forever Down and American Girl on Saturn among others, has a treat for you! In celebration of her newest contemporary M/M YA romance novel Breaking Saint Jude releasing this January 14, her LGBT YA novel Falling from the Sky is FREE this week across all retail sites! Yes, you read that right!

Read more about these two novels right here and don't forget to get both!


Breaking Saint Jude
Title: Breaking Saint Jude
Author: Nikki Godwin
Date of Publication: January 14, 2015
Genre: contemporary LGBT YA romance

When sixteen-year-old Jude Calvert sets out to steal stained glass from a broken cathedral window, he finds more than shards of red. He finds Max Rangel - his eye candy from his new LGBT support group - hauling a giraffe carcass across an abandoned part of town with a pack of guys. And he still accepts Max's dinner invite a few days later.

Still, animal lover Jude can't get the giraffe out of his mind. It doesn't take long for him to confront Max, who gives him partial answers and introduces him to a secret brotherhood of not-so-typical game hunters. Unable to tell his mom (the savior of black cats everywhere) or his dad (the zoo's head veterinarian) and unwilling to go back to his overbearing therapist, Jude quickly finds himself sucked into the underground world of taxidermy, theft, and drug deals.

At first, he's willing to do anything for the brotherhood just because he's so thankful to belong to someone again after serious drama with his ex-clique and ex-boyfriend. But when his underground life collides with his life above, he realizes he may have bitten off more than even the biggest animal can chew.

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Falling From The Sky
Title: Falling from the Sky
Author: Nikki Godwin
Date of Publication: February 21, 2014
Genre: contemporary LGBT YA romance

All stability in sixteen-year-old Ridge McCoy’s life crashed and burned in the plane crash that killed his dad. This summer-long basketball camp is his chance to improve his skills and escape his problems back home. But his summer plans take a turn in an unexpected direction when he meets Micah Youngblood, the guy who runs the carousel at the local mall and has a reputation for devouring straight boys’ heterosexuality for breakfast, alongside his chocolate chip pancakes.



Ridge needs a way to avoid the guys at camp, whose only quest for the summer is to drown in beer and hook up with girls. So when Micah offers to explain how the ten unique horses on the carousel are significant to his tribe, Ridge takes him up on it. Still, Ridge can't decide if this is a bad thing or not. All he knows is that he hasn’t felt this alive since his dad fell from the sky, and as the horse adventures come to an end, Ridge finds himself falling as well – for Micah.

Purchase from Amazon | B&N (It's free from January 12 to 16!)


About Nikki Godwin

Nikki Godwin is a YA/NA/LGBT author. She can't live without Mountain Dew, black eyeliner, and music by Hawthorne Heights. When not writing, she internet-stalks her favorite bands and keeps tabs on surf competitions. She adores pro surfer John John Florence and has made it her life goal to meet David Desrosiers of Simple Plan.

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Lastly, it's also Nikki Godwin's birthday this January 14.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, NIKKI!

Three celebrations, three swag packs to give away! Join the giveaway to get a chance to win swag items from Nikki. Open internationally!

{Blog Tour} Spotlight: Keeper of the Lost Souls by Kristy Centeno

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Keeper of the Lost Souls (The Keeper Witches Series, #1)
Title: Keeper of the Lost Souls (Keeper of the Witches #1)
Author: Kristy Centeno
Publisher: Limitless Publishing
Date of Publication: June 7, 2013
Genre: paranormal YA

Bryn McCaskey is young, naïve, and can talk to ghosts...

Like her mother and grandmother, Bryn comes from a breed of witches called The Keepers of the Lost Souls. Their main purpose is to guard those spirits who are permanently or temporarily grounded in the world of the living. Handling supernatural creatures is something which comes naturally to Bryn, however, dealing with people is a whole different story.

As her 18th birthday approaches it's time for her to take on her first assignment. Bryn is forced to confront her inability to communicate with others in an effort to save the one soul that can mean the difference between life and death for mankind.

Johnny Shaw is a lost soul with a personal vendetta against witches...

A vendetta he has carried on even after death. As much as he hate's them he must join forces with a keeper witch, in order to stop a century old threat. When fate brings them together, not only will they be forced to learn how to work as a team, but they will have to depend on each other to stop an evil witch carrying a six hundred year grudge!

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Accompanying Tweets to The Lover's Dictionary by David Levithan: I

Sunday, January 11, 2015

iamb, n.: Some days, every short unstressed moment seems to be followed by a long one full of stress.

iatrogenic, adj.: How scary to think that the attempt to cure can lead to further pain for us.

iceblink, n.: It is always good to have a reminder of sky.

icebreaker, n.: “So,” you said that first date, making fun of other dates, “why don’t you tell me a little more about me?”

iconic, adj.: In the same way that I could never decide on a tattoo, there’s no one object that sums you up in any satisfying way to me.

idea, n.: My mind is a quirky inventor. Sometimes it sees clearly, and sometimes it gets lost in its own devices.

ideal, n.: Foolish to think I knew what I wanted. You’ve surprised me; I’ve surprised myself. An ideal is a hypothesis always proven wrong.

identical, adj.: I don’t want our clothes or friends or dreams to be the same. I just want, every now and then, to have the same thought.

identify, v.: To name, and by naming, to hope to relate.

identity, n.: I will never solely be someone who loves you, but I will always be someone who loves you.

idiolect, n.: The phrases that will always be yours whenever I hear them, like “gosh darn” and “cool beans” and “true blue.”

idiopathic, adj.: Love’s a trickster making you believe it’s appeared suddenly, when really the core of it has been there all along.

idle, adj.: It’s pleasant to be standing still, but only for a certain amount of time.

idol, n.: Love cannot be worship, because worship can never be equal.

Accompanying Tweets to The Lover's Dictionary by David Levithan: H

Friday, January 9, 2015

habit, n,: You look away when you lie; you fall into the phrase “if only” when you’re upset; you brush off the bench before you sit.

habitation, n.: We learned to make your morning a twenty-minute delay of mine, so the shower would be open, the coffee ready.

habitual, adj.: When you haven’t been drinking, you’re always on time.

habitué, n.: I wish there was only one bar where everybody knew your name, because then I’d know where to find you.

hack, v.: I am using your computer and an IM pops up. I only see the notification, but let it blink, afraid of the liar I could become.

had, v.: How unfair that we, who never knew an Eden, are destined to try to recapture it with our love.

haggard, adj.: The world works us, and when we are done for the day, we wear its footprints and regather our bearing.

haggle, v.: We are constantly bargaining, but it is always a barter.

hagiography, n.: Love provides the opposite of glorifieation. Our story includes our failings, our flaws, our blunt desires.

ha, exclam.: You are sarcastic.

haha, exclam.: You are appreciative.

hahaha, exclam.: You may actually be laughing.

haiku, n.: Love in its bare form, written cloudless for your eyes, but over so soon

hail, v.: When you decide to put your whole body into it, the cabs don't stand a chance.

hairball, n.: “Our drain,” I announce, “has grow us a pet. I am naming him Lazy, after you.”

Cover Reveal: Black Iris by Leah Raeder

Thursday, January 8, 2015


Title: Black Iris
Author: Leah Raeder
Publisher: Atria Books
Date of Publication: April 28, 2015

It only took one moment of weakness for Laney Keating’s world to fall apart. One stupid gesture for a hopeless crush. Then the rumors began. Slut, they called her. Queer. Psycho. Mentally ill, messed up, so messed up even her own mother decided she wasn't worth sticking around for.

If Laney could erase that whole year, she would. College is her chance to start with a clean slate.

She's not looking for new friends, but they find her: charming, handsome Armin, the only guy patient enough to work through her thorny defenses—and fiery, filterless Blythe, the bad girl and partner in crime who has thorns of her own.

But Laney knows nothing good ever lasts. When a ghost from her past resurfaces—the bully who broke her down completely—she decides it's time to live up to her own legend. And Armin and Blythe are going to help.

Which was the plan all along.

Because the rumors are true. Every single one. And Laney is going to show them just how true.

She's going to show them all.

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Excerpt

April is the cruelest month, T.S. Eliot said, and that’s because it kills. It’s the month with the highest suicide rate. You’d think December, or even January—the holidays and all that forced cheer and agonized smiling pushing fragile people to the edge—but actually it’s spring, when the world wakes from frostbound sleep and something cruel and final stirs inside those of us who are broken. Like Eliot said: mixing memory and desire, stirring dull roots with spring rain. In the deepest throes of depression, when sunlight is anguish and the sky throbs like one big raw migraine and you just want to sleep until you or everything else dies, you’re less likely to commit suicide than someone coming out of a depressive episode. Drug companies know this. That’s why antidepressants have to be marked with the warning MAY CAUSE SUICIDAL THOUGHTS.

Because what brings you back to life also gives you the means to destroy yourself.

About Leah Raeder

Leah Raeder is a writer and unabashed nerd. Aside from reading her brains out, she enjoys graphic design, video games, fine whiskey, and the art of self-deprecation. She lives with her very own manic pixie dream boy in Chicago.

Theme Song: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

The Fault in Our Stars
Title: The Fault in Our Stars
Author: John Green
Publisher: Dutton Books
Date of Publication: January 10, 2012

Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel's story is about to be completely rewritten.

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Review: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

Monday, January 5, 2015

The Fault in Our Stars
Title: The Fault in Our Stars
Author: John Green
Publisher: Dutton Books
Date of Publication: January 10, 2012

Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel's story is about to be completely rewritten.

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