Review: For Such a Time by Kate Breslin

I first learned of Kate Breslin when I stumbled onto a Newsweek article and the title alone, The Bizarre Nazi Love Story Tearing the Romance Lit World Apart had me curious.  Of course I had to read this book because it was considered controversial, aaaaaaaaaaaand it was nominated for two awards at … Read More


Let’s Catch Up #1: Welcome to NSL Cristina!

Hello everyone! I know, I know...I've been MIA again but I was wrapping up my one-year post graduate program so you can just imagine how busy it got! I'm all done now though and I'm happy to report that I did really well on the final semester! :) So anyway, since I tend to suddenly disappear when … Read More


Gushings & Ravings: Slice of Life Comics @ Tapastic

Considering I've been very busy lately, the only constant reading I've been doing is for comics. And Tapastic is a great resource for that. I first signed up because my brother created a series on that site and I wanted to read it. But I've actually loved reading comics from different creators all … Read More


Review: How I Fly by Anne Eliot

If you've read my review of How I Fall then you'll know that I had a hard time getting into the first book, specially in the beginning, BUT that wasn't the case with How I Fly because I managed to finish this in HOURS. The first book managed to leave me hungry for what happens next and I was so … Read More

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Bookish Traveler with Dre of Sporadic Reads

Hey guys! So, this is one of our favorite features on our blog and you can see the places we've been. Well, we figured we also want to see where you guys have been! That's why we'll be alternating this feature between us Not SO Literary bloggers and our readers (who may also be bloggers). You can … Read More


Review: How I Fall by Anne Eliot

How I Fall tells the story of how Ellen and Cam, despite their wrong assumptions and misunderstandings, managed to capture each others hearts without either one of them knowing until photography bonded them together. Ellen has cerebral palsy which makes her feel insecure with how she looks and … Read More

Sneak Peek: The Libby Garrett Intervention

Well, here we are folks. The final day of Science Geek Appreciation Week. And what a week it's been! We've read all about The Avery Shaw Experiment, revealed the cover and got a few teasers from The Libby Garrett Intervention releasing this October, we've gotten up close and personal with Science … Read More