Lists

21 of My Favorite Books

By on July 25, 2019

If you don’t follow me on Instagram, you probably don’t know that I turned 21 yesterday. Here in the United States, that means I can legally drink. At lassst, I’ve aged out of birthdays to look forward to. I figured y’all could share in my celebration through books (duh). These are 21 of my favorite […]

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Reviews

Review: Attachments

By on July 11, 2019

Attachments is one of the most interesting books I have ever read. It is creative and unique and weird in a way no book I’ve read before has been. And I loved it. I bought Attachments because I read Fangirl a little while ago (read the review here) and fell in love with Rainbow Rowell’s […]

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Lists

7 Books to Read on the Fourth of July

By on July 4, 2019

It’s America’s birthday today! And she’s looking good for 243. If you are wanting to feel extra patriotic on the Fourth of July, these are some great books to read. The good and the bad are there, as they are everywhere, and these books show a mixture of that. But they also show all the […]

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Reviews

Review: The Rosie Effect

By on June 12, 2019

The review is here! I recently finished The Rosie Effect and it was everything I could have hoped for from a sequel. Not only were the characters as amazing as ever, but the plot was so good. I don’t know if I can say that it was even better than The Rosie Project, but it’s […]

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Author Talk

Author Talk with Tiffany McDaniel

By on November 9, 2017

Reading Whale took some time to talk with author Tiffany McDaniel about her novel “The Summer that Melted Everything” and what life as a professional writer is like. A bit about the author and her novel: Tiffany McDaniel is an Ohio native whose writing is inspired by the rolling hills and buckeye woods of the […]

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Reviews

Review: John Green’s “Turtles All the Way Down”

By on October 24, 2017

John Green is back after a five-year hiatus from published works. His new novel “Turtles All the Way Down” is one you won’t want to miss. Keep reading to find out what Reading Whale thought of Green’s new book. It’s quite rare to find someone who sees the same world you see. Sixteen-year-old Aza never […]

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Soundtracks

Soundtrack Suggestions: Pride and Prejudice

By on August 8, 2017

What better to accompany your book than music? Whether to help you through a sad scene or encourage you when a character is finding her true self, music is a great partner for any book. So, why not make a soundtrack to the characters’ lives, something to add to the experience of the book? Without […]

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Lists

5 Great Children’s Series

By on July 21, 2017

I realize the title of this post might turn a few people off from reading it, but I wanted to write about five series that are great for any child, and even some adults. These are the books I read when I was a child and I believe a lot of them are responsible for […]

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Reviews

Review: All the Light We Cannot See

By on July 18, 2017

Anthony Doerr’s “All the Light We Cannot See” is amazing. You might have already guessed that from the little sticker on the cover that says “Winner of the Pulitzer Prize,” but I can truly tell you that this is a book everyone should read. Not only are the characters Doerr creates beautiful and wholesome, but […]

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