Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday | Famous in a Small Town by Emma Mills

Hey friends,

I hope you all had an amazing Christmas/Tuesday!

I spent the day watching movies, reading, and enjoying lots of puppy snuggles!

Oh and sorry about the flooding of reviews lately. I just wanted to get the reviews up from my car ride out to LA and will try to space them out more. Though, I will continue to have more review comings as reviewing books shortly after I read them has been helping with my video wrap ups after my recent onset of brain fog. I’ll also include other posts, to diversity the blog, but just wanted to let you all know!

For those of you not familiar, Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill over atΒ Breaking the Spine. This meme spotlights highly anticipated upcoming releases. 2018 has a ton of amazing books coming out so it will be super easy to highlight a release for the rest of the year.

This week’s pick:

This week I’m highlighting Famous in a Small Town by Emma Mills.


35526663.jpgFor Sophie, small-town life has never felt small. She has the Yum Yum Shoppe, with its famous fourteen flavors of ice cream; her beloved marching band, the pride and joy of Acadia High (even if the football team disagrees); and her four best friends, loving and infuriating, wonderfully weird and all she could ever ask for.

Then August moves in next door. A quiet guy with a magnetic smile, August seems determined to keep everyone at arm’s length. Sophie in particular.

Country stars, revenge plots, and a few fake kisses (along with some excellent real ones) await Sophie in this hilarious, heartfelt story.


I’ve only read one Emma Mills book – Foolish Hearts and I liked it. It really resonated with me when I read it and I also thought it was pretty funny.

I’ve been wanting to read more from her, especially Julie’s favorite, This Adventure Ends. I love how Emma Mills’ writing, and I’m hoping to love more of her books.

As for this one, it sounds cute. That’s really all I know, it sounds cute. I’m hoping it’s a fun, fluffy read and am banking on liking this one because I liked Foolish Hearts. I know, not a lot of deep analysis here, but sometimes “I like the author, so I’m hoping I like the book” is enough Β―\_(ツ)_/Β―.

Are you planning on reading Famous in a Small Town?

Be sure to let me know below!

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