Friday, March 3, 2023

Monthly Movie Picks - March


Welcome to a brand new post on my blog. It'll be a monthly post and focus on the new movies I most want to see that month. I am excited to see what movies you are excited for as well.

Here is what I am excited for in March

1. Scream VI

Release Date: March 10 

This is the 6th movie of the franchise and I am impressed with how fresh this one feels based on the trailer. 

I hope it really is 'something different' like this trailer promises. I am forever going to be mad they did not pay Neve Campbell what she is worth. I hope she is back in the inevitable 7th movie.

What are you most excited to see this month? Let me know in the comments.

Tuesday, February 21, 2023

Spare by Prince Harry

Spare by Prince Harry

Release Date - January 10, 2023

Publisher Website - Penguin Random House

Publisher Social Media - Twitter

Pages - 410 pages

My Rating - 3/5

**purchased **

Here is the Goodreads synopsis

It was one of the most searing images of the twentieth century: two young boys, two princes, walking behind their mother’s coffin as the world watched in sorrow—and horror. As Princess Diana was laid to rest, billions wondered what Prince William and Prince Harry must be thinking and feeling—and how their lives would play out from that point on.

For Harry, this is that story at last

A memoir is a hard thing to critique. It is someone's experiences in their own words. It makes commenting on the events in the novel difficult. I went into Spare with no real set expectations. I wanted to read it out of a sense of curiosity but also to learn about the young boy I remember watching walk behind his mother's coffin when I was a teenager.

I imagine that lnowing you were the  'spare' would come with its own set of baggage and issues. I cannot imagine knowing as a child that you were the 'less important' one compared to your sibling. Harry was definitely aware of this from a young age and it was something that was even discussed by his family. It is something that lingered for me as I read even though for Harry it was something that always just was. It was a fact that he just always knew.

The fact that a ghostwriter was used for this is not a secret. They were pretty forthcoming that Harry did not write this by himself. The writing is, however, a highlight. It is very well written and well paced. It feels natural so that the reader becomes engrossed in the story. It makes the reader feel that the story is being told to us rather than us reading it ourselves.

The most prevailing thing I took away from this book is a complete distain for the reporters, paparazzi, and others who took a traumatic event in a young child's life and made it a spectator sport. Harry despises all of them and it is easy to see why. The culture that is cultivated around him led to hardship for not just Harry but those around him. His previous girlfriends were stalked and harassed for simply daring to date him. The impact on others of him being the Prince is what struck me the most. It made connecting with people harder in a lot of ways. Everythig he did was scrutinized. His grief and private struggles were made public for everyone to comment on. The mistakes that were made when he was younger were put under a harsh spotlight.

Ownership is something that, for me, ran through this novel. Harry made some mistakes as a young man. He will be the first to admit those mistakes. There is definitely some ownership of those mistakes and his role in them. He is, however, also quick to point out the role others played in these mistakes. I do think time and experience has made Harry see these events more clearly but I do think he is still growing and learning. 

The last part of the book detailing how cruel everyone was to Megan was heartbreaking. Harry shares enough while recognizing that part of it is not his story to tell. There are many examples of how awful people were to Megan but that this cruelty extended to bringing their infant son into it is inexcusable. Those who may have wondered why they left England will not after finishing this book. Harry did the right thing for his wife and they did what was best for their family.

If you have any interest in the British monarchy I would recommend this book. If you are at all curious about Harry and Megan I definitely recommend this book. It is a vulnerable, if one sided, look at the life of a young man who grew up in the public eye and wanted to tell his story in his words.

Wednesday, February 15, 2023

Waiting on Wednesday ... Mister Magic


Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking The Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

This week's pick is Mr Magic by Kiersten White

Here is the Goodreads synopsis 
Who is Mister Magic? Former child stars reunite to uncover the tragedy that ended their show -and discover the secret of its enigmatic host -in this dark supernatural thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Hide.

Thirty years after a tragic accident shut down production of the classic children's program Mister Magic, the five surviving cast members have done their best to move on. But just as generations of cultishly devoted fans still cling to the lessons they learned from the show, the cast, known as the Circle of Friends, have spent their lives searching for the happiness they felt while they were on it. The friend-ship. The feeling of belonging. And the protection of Mister Magic

But with no surviving video of the show, no evidence of who directed or produced it, and no records of who-or what the beloved host actually was, memories are all the former Circle of Friends has.

Then, a twist of fate brings the castmates back together at the remote desert filming compound that feels like it's been waiting for them all this time. Even though they haven't seen each other for years, they understand one another better than anyone has since.

After all, they're the only ones who hold the secret of that circle, the mystery of the magic man in his infinitely black cape, and, maybe, the answers to what really happened on that deadly last day. But as the Circle of Friends reclaim parts of their past, they begin to wonder: Are they here by choice, or have they been lured into a trap?

Because magic never forgets the taste of your friendship...
I love the cover of this one so much. It matches the synopsis perfectly with it being a little creepy but also bright and vibrant like you would expect a children's show to be.

This releases just in time to be a perfect end of summer read. It is a supernatural thriller so it will be a perfect bridge from beach to autumn reading. 

I am very curious about the show at the heart of this story. I am looking forward to unraveling all of its secrets.

Expected release date - August 1, 2023

Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Weekly Obsession

The awesome Kelly at KellyVision started posting a weekly post highlighting whatever she happened to be obsessed with that week. I LOVE this idea, so much in fact that I will be doing it myself every week. 

It has been a long while since I've posted one of these so I am doing one now. Hoping to have them be weekly on Fridays again as of next week.

The is basically the Daisy Jones and the Six edition because we got so much news about the upcoming television show recently.


Daisy Jones and the Six Trailer

The trailer was recently released for this very anticipated adaptation. It not only looks amazing but we get to hear a snippet of music as well.

That's right.... Daisy Jones and the Six are real ... at least in terms of an actual album existing. The fans are going to get to hear the music from the book come to life. I am already obsessed. 


Aurora (aka Daisy Jones and the Six album)

The cast of Daisy Jones and the Six, as me mentioned above, created the album from the novel a d we can own it! The cover is a piece of art. I legit want to hang it on my wall. The inside of the album is even better though.

I do not have a record player but I ordered the vinyl just so I can frame it. 

The first single, Regret Me, has been released and I can already tell that it is going to be on my Spotify Wrapped at the end of the year. It is pretty much perfection. The only thing I am sad about? The fact that Regret Me does not include the iconic lyric 'when you think of me, I hope it ruins rock 'n' roll'. 

The album releases the same day the show premieres and I am going to be listening to it on repeat. 

What are you obsessed with this week? Let me know in the comments.

Thursday, February 2, 2023

Monthly Movie Picks - February


Welcome to a brand new post on my blog. It'll be a monthly post and focus on the new movies I most want to see that month. I am excited to see what movies you are excited for as well.

Here is what I am excited for in February:

1. Knock at the Cabin

Release Date: February 3

This movie piqued my interest when I heard it was based off a well reviewed novel by Paul Tremblay. It has an intriguing premise and I like many of the cast.

This seems like an impossible choice - save your family or save the entire world. I hear the book has a divisive ending so I am curious to see if they change it for the movie.

2. Magic Mike's Last Dance

Release Date: February 10

I really enjoyed the first two movies in this trilogy and am excited that it is going to be set in a new location.

The first movie was a mix of fun and serious. The second focused on the fun. I am curious to see what the third one focuses on (it seems to be fun based on the trailer). I am also hoping that some of the other guys in the previous two movies make cameos at least. 

What are you most excited to see this month? Let me know in the comments.

Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Monthly TBR/ Recap

The month of love is upon us. February always feels longer than it actually is. It seems like it takes double the amount of time January does. I always get impatient for winter to be over and for the snow to go away. The extra long feel to January through March does not help.

Since February is (technically) a shorter month I have a smaller to be read list. It is something I feel, and hope, are doable.

Before we dive in to what I read in January. I had the following books on my reading list:

Mistakes Were Made by Meryl Wilsner

9 and a Half Weeks by Elizabeth McNeill

Six Ways to Write a Love Letter by Jackson Pearce

American Queen by Sierra Simone

Real Easy by Marie Rutkoski *ebook*

Hell Bent by Leigh Bardugo

Spare by Prince Harry

I ended up reading the following;

Mistakes Were Made by Meryl Wilsner

9 and a Half Weeks by Elizabeth McNeill

Six Ways to Write a Love Letter by Jackson Pearce

Real Easy by Marie Rutkoski *ebook*

Spare by Prince Harry 

For February I decided to pick a smaller batch of books so that I can attempt to finish them:

American Queen by Sierra Simone

Furious Love by Sam Kashner and Nancy Schoenberger

Hell Bent by Leigh Bardugo

Legends and Lattes by Travis Baldree *ebook

If there is time I may try to sneak in a romance read of some kind since it is February.

I also thought I would share my Bookly update. I have friends who absolutely love it and that is why I decided to get it. I am having to remind myself to not forget to use it but I am liking it otherwise. I am not obsessed yet like others are, but I am definitely finding it useful. I like how it can get you reading more which is what I really want it for. 

I have have my twelve books set in Hollywood challenge going on and I completed my book for January - Six Ways To Write a Love Letter by Jackson Pearce. Review to come soon.

What books are you reading in February? Let me know what books you are excited about in the comments. 

Thursday, January 26, 2023

2023 TV I Can't Wait To See


I've already talked about the movies I am most looking forward to this year and so I thought I would also share what TV shows I am most looking forward to. 

There are fewer shows that I am anticipating as there will be plenty that we only find out about later in the year. There is also one show that I am the most excited for compared to rhe other.

1. Daisy Jones and the Six

This is my most anticipated show. I loved Taylor Jenkins Reid's novel that this is based on and the casting is perfect. I am obsessed with the fact that this fictional band technically exists now and I cannot wait to have the album in my hands. I am counting down the days to March 3.

2. Succession 

This is one of my favourite shows on television right now. The acting is incredible and the writing is always sharp. I cannot wait to see the fallout from the events of the season three finale.

3. Love and Death

I am intrigued by the cast in this one. It has Jesse Plemmons, Lily Rabe, and Elizabeth Olsen, among others. It details the murder of Betty Gore by Candy Montgomery. 

4. Ted Lasso

This is another show that I cannot wait to see the fallout from the previous season. This show is so wholesome and charming. It is a show that leaves you with a smile - at least normally. 

What shows are you most looking forward to seeing this year? Let me know in the comments.

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Waiting on Wednesday ... Will They or Won't They

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking The Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

This week's pick is Will They Or Won't They by Ava Wilder.

Here is the Goodreads synopsis 
On screen, they're in love. Off screen, they can't stand each other. Two co-stars with a complex history reunite to film the final season of a beloved paranormal drama in this tension-filled will they won't they romance from the author of How to Fake It in Hollywood.

Lilah Hunter and Shane McCarthy are madly in love— at least, their characters are. As the stars of the hit paranormal TV show Intangible, they spent years pining for each other on-screen… until Lilah ditched the show at the end of season five in hopes of becoming a film star. With no such luck, she’s back to film the much-hyped ninth and final season, in which their characters will get together at last.

But coming back means facing one of the biggest reasons she left: Shane. Ever since their secret behind-the-scenes fling imploded at the end of the first season, the two of them have despised each other.

Now back on set together for the first time in years, with the world’s eyes on them and their post-show careers on the line, they’ll have to grit their teeth and play nice. But under pressure to give Intangible’s fans the happy ending they’ve been waiting for, Lilah and Shane are forced to get closer than ever. And if they’re not careful, they just might get blindsided by one final twist: a real-life happy ending of their own.
I am all about Hollywood set books this year and this new one by Ava Wilder sounds incredible. I love the idea of former co-stars reuniting combined witb enemies to lovers definitely appeals to me.

I also love that the TV show they starred in was paranormal. Hoping it is a vampire show just because that would be fun.

Expected release date - June 27, 2023

Friday, January 20, 2023

2023 Movies I Can't Wait To See


A new year means getting excited about all the possibilities that the new year can bring. These, for me, include the possibility that every upcoming book, movie, or television could be amazing. It is the potential that leaves me excited. With this in mind I decided to create a list of movies that I am most looking forward to seeing this year. These movies do not have trailers and some only have the vaguiest of synopsis but something about them has intrigued me.

These are in no particular order and release dates/year are subject to change.

1. Saltburn

This is the second full length feature from director Emerald Fennell. She made my 'will watch anything from this director' list with Promising Young Woman and I cannot wait to see what she does with Saltburn. Not much is known about the plot except that it focuses on a rich family and is about obsession. It has Roseamund Pike and Barry Keoghan in the cast which only increases my excitement. 

2. Challengers 

Luca Guadagnino directs it and I will automatically watch it. I have really enjoyed his last few movies and this one sounds equally great. It stars Zendaya, Mike Faist, and Josh O' Conner is a story about two tennis players, a rivalry, and what sounds like a bit of a love triangle.

3. May December

This stars Julianne Moore, Natalie Portman, and Carles Melton. It focuses on a married couple whose relationship was tabloid fodder as she was his teacher when they got together. An actress comes into their lives to do research for a film about them. This intrusion coincides with the husband grappling with being an empty nester in his late 30s as their children graduate high-school and begin to get ready for college. It sounds like this will cause him to reexamine  the relationship and the events of his youth.

4. Fair Play

This has been called an erotic/corporate thriller that revolves around a woman's promotion at her company sends her partner on a downward spiral that threatens to unravel their engagement. It stars Pheobe Dynevor and Alden Ehrenreich. I miss erotic thrillers so I am excited to see if this will mean a comeback.

5. Nosferatu

Bill Skarsgard is starring in this remake of the classic vampire tale. It is all about obsession and horror and I cannot wait.

6. Oppenheimer 

Cillian Murphy and Christopher Nolan teaming up again was reason enough to see it but Cillian Murphy getting the spotlight was an even bigger reason. This is the story  of J. Robert Oppenheimer and the creation of the atomic bomb.

7. Renefield

This is a Dracula story told from the perspective of his familiar/servant. I was sold on it thanks to the fantastic trailer and that the cast includes Nicholas Hoult and Nicholas Cage. It looks both hilarious and scary.

8. Flowers of the Killer Moon

This is based on real events and a bestselling book. This true crime story is set in the 1920s and tells the story of the murder of some Osage tribe members. The cast includes Leonardo DiCaprio and Jesse Plemmons and should be in consideration come Oscar time.

9. Barbie

This is perhaps the movie I am most curious about. We do not have any real plot details but the fact that Greta Gerwig is involved is enough to get me excited and Margot Robbie looks amazing as Barbie.

I am going to leave it as 9 picks. I am sure there will be many more that I add throughout the year. 

What movies are you looking forward to in 2023? Let me know in the comments.

Thursday, January 19, 2023

Waiting on Wednesday ... Kiss The Girl


Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking The Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

This week's pick is Kiss The Girl by Zoraida Cordova.

Here is the Goodreads synopsis 
A modern tale of unexpectedly falling in love, and finding your voice—the highly anticipated third installment of in the acclaimed and best-selling Meant to Be collection.

Ariel del Mar is one of the most famous singers in the world. She and her sisters—together, known as the band Siren Seven—have been a pop culture phenomenon since they were kids. On stage, wearing her iconic red wig and sequined costumes, staring out at a sea of fans, is where she shines. Anyone would think she’s the girl who has everything.

But lately, she wants more. Siren Seven is wrapping up their farewell tour, and Ariel can’t wait to spend the summer just living a normal life—part of a world she’s only ever seen from the outside. But her father, the head of Atlantica Records, has other plans: begin her breakout solo career immediately, starting with a splashy announcement on a morning talk show.

The night before, Ariel and her sisters sneak out of their Manhattan penthouse for a night of incognito fun at a rock concert in Brooklyn. It’s there that Ariel crosses paths with Eric Reyes, dreamy lead singer of an up-and-coming band. Unaware of her true identity, Eric spontaneously invites her on the road for the summer. And for the first time in her life, Ariel disobeys her father—and goes with him.

Caught between the world she longs for and the one she’s left behind, can Ariel follow her dreams, fall in love, and, somehow, find her own voice?
I love this series that offers up modern twists on the classic Disney stories we love. It has included Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast so far and I am so excited for The Little Mermaid to be next.

Zoraida Cordova is a perfect choice for this in many ways and I love the music infused take to the story that is all about finding your voice. I can't wait to see the nods to the Disney tale we know and love but I am equally excited to see how Zoraida makes it her own.

Expected release date - June 6, 2023

Monday, January 16, 2023

Nine and a Half Weeks by Elizabeth McNeill

Nine and a Half Weeks by Elizabeth McNeill

Release Date - January 1, 1978

Publisher Website - Harper Collins

Publisher Social Media - Twitter

Pages - 144 pages

My Rating - 4.5/5

**gifted **

Here is the Goodreads synopsis

The powerfully erotic memoir that inspired the legendary film—with an afterword by the author's daughter

Nine and a Half Weeks is a true story so unusual, so passionate, and so extreme in its psychology and sexuality that it will take your breath away.

Elizabeth McNeill was an executive for a large corporation when she began an affair with a man she met in a chance encounter. Their sexual excitement depended on domination and humiliation, and as their relationship progressed they played out increasingly dangerous and elaborate variations on that pattern. By the end, Elizabeth had relinquished all control over her body—and her mind.

With a cool detachment that makes the experiences and sensations she describes all the more frightening in their intensity, Elizabeth McNeill deftly unfolds her story and invites you into the mesmerizing and shocking world of Nine and a Half Weeks—a world you won't soon forget

This review deserves (and needs) to start with a trigger warning. 9 and a Half Weeks is the story of an abusive relationship. It is physically, mentally, and sexually abusive. It is a complicated, complex relationship but an abusive nonetheless. It is told through the prism of the woman who lived it and that lends it a lens that is interesting and biased.

There is something to the matter of fact way that this story is told that lingers with me. We get the sense that Elizabeth was still grappling with the impact that this relationship had on her while writing this novel. It has both the tone of someone deep in the throws of a toxic relationship that they see as something else entirely and someone with the benefit of hindsight. It is called a 'cool detachment' in the synopsis and this feels like the perfect description for the tone of this book. 

There is a romantic thrill to the early stages and this relationship and that is sharply contrasted with the later abuse that occurs. Her lover pushes boundaries in a way she finds sexy and a little dangerous in the beginning. She, at first, likes it. It doesn't take long for those inches he takes to become miles. The abuse doesn't register as such as first because part of her likes giving up control and it creates this hazy, blurry existence for her that quickly spirals out of control. 

The most fascinating part to me was reading how this woman was eased into accepting things she would not have normally accepted. It feels like Stockholm Syndrome brought on by sex and exhilaration. It was a short relationship, lasting just a little over two months, but it is one that definitely left a lasting emotional scar on her. It is a defining experience that I cannot imagine did not permanently change her.

The breaking point, when it comes, is just as swift as the beginning. The author says that she believes she could have ended up dead and I believed that in the end. The way things were progressing could only have led down a path that was dangerous to not only Elizabeth but others. 

Those looking for the erotic read promised in the synopsis may want to look elsewhere. It gets pretty unsexy fairly quickly as it quickly escalates to abusive. The sex scenes are tinged with a sense of dread. It is not so much sexy as it is voyeuristic. The reader knows the wreckage is coming but can't look away. I have not seen the movie made from this book but I cannot imagine it remains sexy for very long either.

I think this novel showcases just how rapidly you can get caught up in something that is damaging and absuive. It adeptly highlights that anyone can find themselves in a situation like this even if they think otherwise. It definitely will be triggering for some, but I found the honesty and vulnerability that Elizabeth shared in her story to be the core of this novel. 

Friday, January 13, 2023

Waiting on Wednesday ... The Daydreams

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking The Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

This week's pick is The Daydreams by Laura Hankin

Here is the Goodreads synopsis 
A deliciously entertaining novel about the stars of a popular teen show from the early 2000s--and the reunion special, thirteen years after their scandalous flameout, that will either be their last chance at redemption, or destroy them all for good.

Back in 2004, The Daydreams had it all: a cast of innocent-seeming teenagers acting and singing their hearts out, amazing ratings, and a will-they-or-won't-they romance that steamed up fan fiction forums. Then, during the live season two finale, it all imploded, leaving everyone scrambling to understand why.

Afterward, the four stars went down very different paths. Kat is now a lawyer in Washington, DC. Liana is the bored wife of a famous athlete. Noah, the show's golden boy, emerged unscathed and is poised to become a household name. And Summer, the object of Noah's fictional (and maybe real-life) affections, is the cautionary tale.

But now the fans are demanding a reunion special. The stars all have private reasons to come back: forgiveness, revenge, a second chance with a first love. But as they tentatively rediscover the magic of the original show, old secrets threaten to resurface--including the real reason behind their downfall.

Will this reunion be a chance to make things right? Or will it be the biggest mess the world has ever seen? No matter what, the ratings will be wild.
This feels like it could be Daisy Jones and the Six-esque which I am very excited about. It is focused on a television show instead of the music scene. 

I am fascinated by the idea of discovering what drama happened behind the scenes and being in the middle of this reunion.

Expected release date - May 2, 2023

Tuesday, January 10, 2023

Monthly TBR/ Recap


A new year hopefully means a new focus on getting this blog back on track. Since I majorly fell behind last year I am starting these monthly the lists/recaps from scratch. 

January also has a hint of promise about it. The entire year an unknown question mark that could become anything. I decided to take that notion and make this year all about joy. My reading challenge is about books that make me happy and that is what I want to focus on as I start the reading year. I forsee lots of light romance reads in my future as that is what I feel like embracing.

I have picked a few books to read this month and I hope to finish all of them before Feburay.

Mistakes Were Made by Meryl Wilsner

9 and a Half Weeks by Elizabeth McNeill

Six Ways to Write a Love Letter by Jackson Pearce

American Queen by Sierra Simone

Real Easy by Marie Rutkoski  *ebook*

I am also including two books I have not gotten yet as they come out TOMORROW.

Hell Bent by Leigh Bardugo

Spare by Prince Harry

I have included the first book in my Hollywood reading challenge. I cannot wait to read Six Ways to Write a Love Letter. It got compared to A Star Is Born and I was immediately sold. 

I have also discovered something that I am hoping will help me keep focused - Bookly (thanks to my friends Kelly and Kim). It has already helped me put aside time each day to focus on reading. It allows me to be accountable and to track my reading time. We will see how it ultimately ends up helping me with my reading journey this year.

Are there books you have picked to read in January? How has your reading year started off in 2023? Let me know in the comments.

Thursday, January 5, 2023

Monthly Movie Picks - January 2023


Welcome to a brand new post on my blog. It'll be a monthly post and focus on the new movies I most want to see that month. I am excited to see what movies you are excited for as well.

Here is what I am excited for in January:

1. A Man Called Otto

Release Date: January 6 (limited) / January 13 (wide)

This is not only a remake of a Swedish movie but it is adapted from a book titled A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman. It has Tom Hanks playing a curmudgeonly man who learns to live again. It looks sweet and worth watching in this typically slower month. 

I have heard good things from early screenings and it has piqued my interest enough to be the only movie releasing this month that I plan on seeing in theatres.

The only other thing I will be going to see will be any potential Oscar movies I haven't seen yet.

What are you most excited to see this month? Let me know in the comments.

Wednesday, January 4, 2023

New Year, New Books.

It's a new year and that means reading challenges. I normally do #PopCultureResolutions but I have decided to switch it up this year.

2022 was not a great year for me in a lot of ways so I have decided to make embracing joy my them for 2023. This means actively choosing what makes me happy and putting my energy towards things that will help me be happier.

I also wanted something that was a little bit more low key for me to work towards. 

I kept all this in mind and decided to read 12 books (one a month) that are Hollywood set or Hollywood adjacent in some way. It includes fiction and non-fiction and I have selected a range of newer and older titles.

My picks for this challenge are:

Jan - Six Ways To Write A Love Letter by Jackson Pearce (goodreads)

Feb - Furious Love by Sam Kashner and Nancy Schoenberger (goodreads)

Mar - Strangers In The Night by Heather Webb (goodreads)

Apr - Anthony Perkins: Split Image by Charles Winecoff (goodreads)

May - The Daydreams by Laura Hankin (goodreads)

Jun - Once More With Feeling by Elissa Sussman (goodreads)

Jul - Will They or Won't They by Ava Wilder (goodreads)

Aug - The Lady From The Black Lagoon by Mallory O'Meara (goodreads)

Sep - Tab Hunter Confidential by Tab Hunter and Eddie Muller (goodreads)

Oct - Coreyography by Corey Feldman (goodreads)

Nov - A Touch of Stardust by Kate Alcott (goodreads)

Dec - Movie Star by Lizzie Pepper by Hilary Liftin (goodreads)

This challenge, plus my Goodreads goal of 60 books, are the only ones I am setting for myself this year. I am excited to get started with the first of my Hollywood set reads. I got the Jackson Pearce one as a gift and I cannot wait to get started.

Are you setting any goals or challenges for yourself this year? Let me know in the comments.

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