On Paper was a book I let consume me, but I was also afraid to let it end. It was THAT kind of book
Shae Scott was able to make my list of must read with the first couple chapters of this book. I was drawn into Keaton and Quinn's story right from the get go. I didn't want to put my kindle down but made myself do it a couple of times because I didn't want the story to end. This is going to be one that I read again.
Wow! I am blown away by this book! The writing is phenomenal and the story is so heartbreaking. I was hooked right from the start and couldn't get enough of Owen and Ally. The story is so relatable and the characters are realistic.
I am an only child. That means I spent a lot of time making up stories about all of the lives I could have lived.
Every situation became a chance to imagine a different outcome. I basically lived in my own choose your adventure novel.
Eventually, I decided to write them down.
A lover of words, I write whenever and whereever I can.
I'm always looking for a story.
I love rainy days, fried pickles, and the Kansas City Royals.
Cat videos make me laugh and I will always believe in fairytales.