Every Little Bad Idea

Every Little Bad Idea

The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her question everything she thought she knew about herself and her future. Even though he has a d The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving he...

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Title:Every Little Bad Idea
Author:Caitie McKay
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Genres:Poetry
ISBN:Every Little Bad Idea
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:200 pages pages

Every Little Bad Idea Reviews

  • Alexis
    Aug 13, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

  • Beth
    Oct 05, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

    read more reviews on my blog: https://rhearead.wordpress.com Mini Review: *received from NetGalley* - This book is written in poetry, and meant for YA/high middle grade audiences. Poetry is something I'm not a huge fan of, but if you are a fan of poetry, I do recommend you try t...

    ?She doesn?t have a clue about the bridge, about the lights, about the city, about my heart. ?And I know I could never tell her. Ever. ?I won?t do it again, I say. ?I try to tell myself it's not a lie to keep a burning truth locked inside.? Skyler Wi...

    I'm all for trying out new forms of poetry and prose, so this YA novel-in-verse was intriguing to me. However, it wasn't really in "verse," per se...it was more like sentence fragments and odd little paragraphs. There were some nice moments of description and language, though I hoped f...

  • Sandi Van
    Sep 06, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

    read more reviews on my blog: https://rhearead.wordpress.com Mini Review: *received from NetGalley* - This book is written in poetry, and meant for YA/high middle grade audiences. Poetry is something I'm not a huge fan of, but if you are a fan of poetry, I do recommend you try t...

    ?She doesn?t have a clue about the bridge, about the lights, about the city, about my heart. ?And I know I could never tell her. Ever. ?I won?t do it again, I say. ?I try to tell myself it's not a lie to keep a burning truth locked inside.? Skyler Wi...

    I'm all for trying out new forms of poetry and prose, so this YA novel-in-verse was intriguing to me. However, it wasn't really in "verse," per se...it was more like sentence fragments and odd little paragraphs. There were some nice moments of description and language, though I hoped f...

    I read this book in less than an hour. It is all short sentences and verses which made it easy. IT is the second book in a row I have read about a girl dating and abusive/angry boy. At first Skylar is super happy when she meets Cole because she has never had a boyfriend and he is so ni...

    This book was definitely different for me! I haven?t read a poetry book, let alone a YA poetry book that tells the story in verse. Due it?s format, it was a quick read but the story it told was powerful. It tells the story of Skyler over the summer before she turns 17. How she ...

    Copy provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I have a special place in my heart for books written in verses. I love how they flow and how clever the writing is. Every Little Bad Idea is a phenomal story told cleverly through verses. It does a grea...

    Honestly, this book wasn't that good. I mean, the ending conveyed a nice message, but this book was so short that i honestly felt no connection to the character, and it was just so fast paced. I never even felt a connection or shipped Skylar and Cole because, well, it just all happened...

    I love the way verse novels strip down to the bare essentials of language and put you right there with the characters and their emotions. McKay does a beautiful job of this with her main character, Sklyer Wise, who struggles to stay true to her course while experiencing the joys and he...

  • Michelle
    Nov 11, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

  • Hayley
    Jul 12, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

  • Carla
    Sep 27, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

  • Aimee ♥ | Aimee, Always
    Jul 22, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

  • Jennifer Shanahan
    Jun 28, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

    read more reviews on my blog: https://rhearead.wordpress.com Mini Review: *received from NetGalley* - This book is written in poetry, and meant for YA/high middle grade audiences. Poetry is something I'm not a huge fan of, but if you are a fan of poetry, I do recommend you try t...

    ?She doesn?t have a clue about the bridge, about the lights, about the city, about my heart. ?And I know I could never tell her. Ever. ?I won?t do it again, I say. ?I try to tell myself it's not a lie to keep a burning truth locked inside.? Skyler Wi...

    I'm all for trying out new forms of poetry and prose, so this YA novel-in-verse was intriguing to me. However, it wasn't really in "verse," per se...it was more like sentence fragments and odd little paragraphs. There were some nice moments of description and language, though I hoped f...

    I read this book in less than an hour. It is all short sentences and verses which made it easy. IT is the second book in a row I have read about a girl dating and abusive/angry boy. At first Skylar is super happy when she meets Cole because she has never had a boyfriend and he is so ni...

  • Bree
    Aug 15, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

  • Gianna
    Aug 03, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

  • Jillian Bielen
    Jul 28, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

    read more reviews on my blog: https://rhearead.wordpress.com Mini Review: *received from NetGalley* - This book is written in poetry, and meant for YA/high middle grade audiences. Poetry is something I'm not a huge fan of, but if you are a fan of poetry, I do recommend you try t...

    ?She doesn?t have a clue about the bridge, about the lights, about the city, about my heart. ?And I know I could never tell her. Ever. ?I won?t do it again, I say. ?I try to tell myself it's not a lie to keep a burning truth locked inside.? Skyler Wi...

    I'm all for trying out new forms of poetry and prose, so this YA novel-in-verse was intriguing to me. However, it wasn't really in "verse," per se...it was more like sentence fragments and odd little paragraphs. There were some nice moments of description and language, though I hoped f...

    I read this book in less than an hour. It is all short sentences and verses which made it easy. IT is the second book in a row I have read about a girl dating and abusive/angry boy. At first Skylar is super happy when she meets Cole because she has never had a boyfriend and he is so ni...

    This book was definitely different for me! I haven?t read a poetry book, let alone a YA poetry book that tells the story in verse. Due it?s format, it was a quick read but the story it told was powerful. It tells the story of Skyler over the summer before she turns 17. How she ...

  • Paula Pugh
    Aug 17, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

    read more reviews on my blog: https://rhearead.wordpress.com Mini Review: *received from NetGalley* - This book is written in poetry, and meant for YA/high middle grade audiences. Poetry is something I'm not a huge fan of, but if you are a fan of poetry, I do recommend you try t...

    ?She doesn?t have a clue about the bridge, about the lights, about the city, about my heart. ?And I know I could never tell her. Ever. ?I won?t do it again, I say. ?I try to tell myself it's not a lie to keep a burning truth locked inside.? Skyler Wi...

    I'm all for trying out new forms of poetry and prose, so this YA novel-in-verse was intriguing to me. However, it wasn't really in "verse," per se...it was more like sentence fragments and odd little paragraphs. There were some nice moments of description and language, though I hoped f...

    I read this book in less than an hour. It is all short sentences and verses which made it easy. IT is the second book in a row I have read about a girl dating and abusive/angry boy. At first Skylar is super happy when she meets Cole because she has never had a boyfriend and he is so ni...

    This book was definitely different for me! I haven?t read a poetry book, let alone a YA poetry book that tells the story in verse. Due it?s format, it was a quick read but the story it told was powerful. It tells the story of Skyler over the summer before she turns 17. How she ...

    Copy provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I have a special place in my heart for books written in verses. I love how they flow and how clever the writing is. Every Little Bad Idea is a phenomal story told cleverly through verses. It does a grea...

    Honestly, this book wasn't that good. I mean, the ending conveyed a nice message, but this book was so short that i honestly felt no connection to the character, and it was just so fast paced. I never even felt a connection or shipped Skylar and Cole because, well, it just all happened...

    I love the way verse novels strip down to the bare essentials of language and put you right there with the characters and their emotions. McKay does a beautiful job of this with her main character, Sklyer Wise, who struggles to stay true to her course while experiencing the joys and he...

    Every Little Bad Idea is a must read for young adults. It brings into perspective that life is full of hard choices and high expectations from those we care about. I finished this book in one sitting, I couldn't take myself away from it. It was an adventure from start to finish and it ...

    Every Little Bad Idea is written in such a unique way-not in paragraphs but almost poetic lines. It is the story of a girl fighting her matriarchal tradition of getting pregnant in her teens. She falls for the bad boy, thinking he is not so bad after all. Instances prove that wrong but...

  • Hanna Etu
    Nov 24, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

    read more reviews on my blog: https://rhearead.wordpress.com Mini Review: *received from NetGalley* - This book is written in poetry, and meant for YA/high middle grade audiences. Poetry is something I'm not a huge fan of, but if you are a fan of poetry, I do recommend you try t...

    ?She doesn?t have a clue about the bridge, about the lights, about the city, about my heart. ?And I know I could never tell her. Ever. ?I won?t do it again, I say. ?I try to tell myself it's not a lie to keep a burning truth locked inside.? Skyler Wi...

    I'm all for trying out new forms of poetry and prose, so this YA novel-in-verse was intriguing to me. However, it wasn't really in "verse," per se...it was more like sentence fragments and odd little paragraphs. There were some nice moments of description and language, though I hoped f...

    I read this book in less than an hour. It is all short sentences and verses which made it easy. IT is the second book in a row I have read about a girl dating and abusive/angry boy. At first Skylar is super happy when she meets Cole because she has never had a boyfriend and he is so ni...

    This book was definitely different for me! I haven?t read a poetry book, let alone a YA poetry book that tells the story in verse. Due it?s format, it was a quick read but the story it told was powerful. It tells the story of Skyler over the summer before she turns 17. How she ...

    Copy provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I have a special place in my heart for books written in verses. I love how they flow and how clever the writing is. Every Little Bad Idea is a phenomal story told cleverly through verses. It does a grea...

    Honestly, this book wasn't that good. I mean, the ending conveyed a nice message, but this book was so short that i honestly felt no connection to the character, and it was just so fast paced. I never even felt a connection or shipped Skylar and Cole because, well, it just all happened...

    I love the way verse novels strip down to the bare essentials of language and put you right there with the characters and their emotions. McKay does a beautiful job of this with her main character, Sklyer Wise, who struggles to stay true to her course while experiencing the joys and he...

    Every Little Bad Idea is a must read for young adults. It brings into perspective that life is full of hard choices and high expectations from those we care about. I finished this book in one sitting, I couldn't take myself away from it. It was an adventure from start to finish and it ...

    Every Little Bad Idea is written in such a unique way-not in paragraphs but almost poetic lines. It is the story of a girl fighting her matriarchal tradition of getting pregnant in her teens. She falls for the bad boy, thinking he is not so bad after all. Instances prove that wrong but...

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  • Laura
    Jul 18, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

  • Michelle
    Sep 16, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

  • Shreya
    Jul 11, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

  • - ̗̀ DANY  ̖́- (danyreads)
    Jul 03, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

  • Sean Scarisbrick
    May 24, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

    read more reviews on my blog: https://rhearead.wordpress.com Mini Review: *received from NetGalley* - This book is written in poetry, and meant for YA/high middle grade audiences. Poetry is something I'm not a huge fan of, but if you are a fan of poetry, I do recommend you try t...

    ?She doesn?t have a clue about the bridge, about the lights, about the city, about my heart. ?And I know I could never tell her. Ever. ?I won?t do it again, I say. ?I try to tell myself it's not a lie to keep a burning truth locked inside.? Skyler Wi...

  • Laura
    Dec 04, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

    read more reviews on my blog: https://rhearead.wordpress.com Mini Review: *received from NetGalley* - This book is written in poetry, and meant for YA/high middle grade audiences. Poetry is something I'm not a huge fan of, but if you are a fan of poetry, I do recommend you try t...

    ?She doesn?t have a clue about the bridge, about the lights, about the city, about my heart. ?And I know I could never tell her. Ever. ?I won?t do it again, I say. ?I try to tell myself it's not a lie to keep a burning truth locked inside.? Skyler Wi...

    I'm all for trying out new forms of poetry and prose, so this YA novel-in-verse was intriguing to me. However, it wasn't really in "verse," per se...it was more like sentence fragments and odd little paragraphs. There were some nice moments of description and language, though I hoped f...

    I read this book in less than an hour. It is all short sentences and verses which made it easy. IT is the second book in a row I have read about a girl dating and abusive/angry boy. At first Skylar is super happy when she meets Cole because she has never had a boyfriend and he is so ni...

    This book was definitely different for me! I haven?t read a poetry book, let alone a YA poetry book that tells the story in verse. Due it?s format, it was a quick read but the story it told was powerful. It tells the story of Skyler over the summer before she turns 17. How she ...

    Copy provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I have a special place in my heart for books written in verses. I love how they flow and how clever the writing is. Every Little Bad Idea is a phenomal story told cleverly through verses. It does a grea...

    Honestly, this book wasn't that good. I mean, the ending conveyed a nice message, but this book was so short that i honestly felt no connection to the character, and it was just so fast paced. I never even felt a connection or shipped Skylar and Cole because, well, it just all happened...

    I love the way verse novels strip down to the bare essentials of language and put you right there with the characters and their emotions. McKay does a beautiful job of this with her main character, Sklyer Wise, who struggles to stay true to her course while experiencing the joys and he...

    Every Little Bad Idea is a must read for young adults. It brings into perspective that life is full of hard choices and high expectations from those we care about. I finished this book in one sitting, I couldn't take myself away from it. It was an adventure from start to finish and it ...

    Every Little Bad Idea is written in such a unique way-not in paragraphs but almost poetic lines. It is the story of a girl fighting her matriarchal tradition of getting pregnant in her teens. She falls for the bad boy, thinking he is not so bad after all. Instances prove that wrong but...

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    ...

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  • Rheanne (Rhea Reads)
    Aug 07, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

    read more reviews on my blog: https://rhearead.wordpress.com Mini Review: *received from NetGalley* - This book is written in poetry, and meant for YA/high middle grade audiences. Poetry is something I'm not a huge fan of, but if you are a fan of poetry, I do recommend you try t...

  • Lindsey (Lindseyybooks) Swindlehurst
    Sep 04, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

  • Brittany Lamb
    Aug 10, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

  • DJ
    Jul 19, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

    read more reviews on my blog: https://rhearead.wordpress.com Mini Review: *received from NetGalley* - This book is written in poetry, and meant for YA/high middle grade audiences. Poetry is something I'm not a huge fan of, but if you are a fan of poetry, I do recommend you try t...

    ?She doesn?t have a clue about the bridge, about the lights, about the city, about my heart. ?And I know I could never tell her. Ever. ?I won?t do it again, I say. ?I try to tell myself it's not a lie to keep a burning truth locked inside.? Skyler Wi...

    I'm all for trying out new forms of poetry and prose, so this YA novel-in-verse was intriguing to me. However, it wasn't really in "verse," per se...it was more like sentence fragments and odd little paragraphs. There were some nice moments of description and language, though I hoped f...

    I read this book in less than an hour. It is all short sentences and verses which made it easy. IT is the second book in a row I have read about a girl dating and abusive/angry boy. At first Skylar is super happy when she meets Cole because she has never had a boyfriend and he is so ni...

    This book was definitely different for me! I haven?t read a poetry book, let alone a YA poetry book that tells the story in verse. Due it?s format, it was a quick read but the story it told was powerful. It tells the story of Skyler over the summer before she turns 17. How she ...

    Copy provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I have a special place in my heart for books written in verses. I love how they flow and how clever the writing is. Every Little Bad Idea is a phenomal story told cleverly through verses. It does a grea...

  • Nicole Hanson
    Jul 04, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

  • ❛jingle bell rock❜ (kayla)
    Jul 09, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

  • Jenna
    Jul 12, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

  • Sunshine Poet
    Sep 03, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

    read more reviews on my blog: https://rhearead.wordpress.com Mini Review: *received from NetGalley* - This book is written in poetry, and meant for YA/high middle grade audiences. Poetry is something I'm not a huge fan of, but if you are a fan of poetry, I do recommend you try t...

    ?She doesn?t have a clue about the bridge, about the lights, about the city, about my heart. ?And I know I could never tell her. Ever. ?I won?t do it again, I say. ?I try to tell myself it's not a lie to keep a burning truth locked inside.? Skyler Wi...

    I'm all for trying out new forms of poetry and prose, so this YA novel-in-verse was intriguing to me. However, it wasn't really in "verse," per se...it was more like sentence fragments and odd little paragraphs. There were some nice moments of description and language, though I hoped f...

    I read this book in less than an hour. It is all short sentences and verses which made it easy. IT is the second book in a row I have read about a girl dating and abusive/angry boy. At first Skylar is super happy when she meets Cole because she has never had a boyfriend and he is so ni...

    This book was definitely different for me! I haven?t read a poetry book, let alone a YA poetry book that tells the story in verse. Due it?s format, it was a quick read but the story it told was powerful. It tells the story of Skyler over the summer before she turns 17. How she ...

    Copy provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I have a special place in my heart for books written in verses. I love how they flow and how clever the writing is. Every Little Bad Idea is a phenomal story told cleverly through verses. It does a grea...

    Honestly, this book wasn't that good. I mean, the ending conveyed a nice message, but this book was so short that i honestly felt no connection to the character, and it was just so fast paced. I never even felt a connection or shipped Skylar and Cole because, well, it just all happened...

    I love the way verse novels strip down to the bare essentials of language and put you right there with the characters and their emotions. McKay does a beautiful job of this with her main character, Sklyer Wise, who struggles to stay true to her course while experiencing the joys and he...

    Every Little Bad Idea is a must read for young adults. It brings into perspective that life is full of hard choices and high expectations from those we care about. I finished this book in one sitting, I couldn't take myself away from it. It was an adventure from start to finish and it ...

    Every Little Bad Idea is written in such a unique way-not in paragraphs but almost poetic lines. It is the story of a girl fighting her matriarchal tradition of getting pregnant in her teens. She falls for the bad boy, thinking he is not so bad after all. Instances prove that wrong but...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    A story written in prose is definitely not my cup of tea and the book was sadly extremely short therefore I couldn't get into it. There was so much more that could have been developed story wise. It did have a lot of potential. Thank You NetGalley for allowing me to read this book ...

  • Luna (The Book Witch)
    Jun 29, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

    read more reviews on my blog: https://rhearead.wordpress.com Mini Review: *received from NetGalley* - This book is written in poetry, and meant for YA/high middle grade audiences. Poetry is something I'm not a huge fan of, but if you are a fan of poetry, I do recommend you try t...

    ?She doesn?t have a clue about the bridge, about the lights, about the city, about my heart. ?And I know I could never tell her. Ever. ?I won?t do it again, I say. ?I try to tell myself it's not a lie to keep a burning truth locked inside.? Skyler Wi...

    I'm all for trying out new forms of poetry and prose, so this YA novel-in-verse was intriguing to me. However, it wasn't really in "verse," per se...it was more like sentence fragments and odd little paragraphs. There were some nice moments of description and language, though I hoped f...

    I read this book in less than an hour. It is all short sentences and verses which made it easy. IT is the second book in a row I have read about a girl dating and abusive/angry boy. At first Skylar is super happy when she meets Cole because she has never had a boyfriend and he is so ni...

    This book was definitely different for me! I haven?t read a poetry book, let alone a YA poetry book that tells the story in verse. Due it?s format, it was a quick read but the story it told was powerful. It tells the story of Skyler over the summer before she turns 17. How she ...

    Copy provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I have a special place in my heart for books written in verses. I love how they flow and how clever the writing is. Every Little Bad Idea is a phenomal story told cleverly through verses. It does a grea...

    Honestly, this book wasn't that good. I mean, the ending conveyed a nice message, but this book was so short that i honestly felt no connection to the character, and it was just so fast paced. I never even felt a connection or shipped Skylar and Cole because, well, it just all happened...

    I love the way verse novels strip down to the bare essentials of language and put you right there with the characters and their emotions. McKay does a beautiful job of this with her main character, Sklyer Wise, who struggles to stay true to her course while experiencing the joys and he...

    Every Little Bad Idea is a must read for young adults. It brings into perspective that life is full of hard choices and high expectations from those we care about. I finished this book in one sitting, I couldn't take myself away from it. It was an adventure from start to finish and it ...

  • Grecia Cano
    Sep 07, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

    read more reviews on my blog: https://rhearead.wordpress.com Mini Review: *received from NetGalley* - This book is written in poetry, and meant for YA/high middle grade audiences. Poetry is something I'm not a huge fan of, but if you are a fan of poetry, I do recommend you try t...

    ?She doesn?t have a clue about the bridge, about the lights, about the city, about my heart. ?And I know I could never tell her. Ever. ?I won?t do it again, I say. ?I try to tell myself it's not a lie to keep a burning truth locked inside.? Skyler Wi...

    I'm all for trying out new forms of poetry and prose, so this YA novel-in-verse was intriguing to me. However, it wasn't really in "verse," per se...it was more like sentence fragments and odd little paragraphs. There were some nice moments of description and language, though I hoped f...

    I read this book in less than an hour. It is all short sentences and verses which made it easy. IT is the second book in a row I have read about a girl dating and abusive/angry boy. At first Skylar is super happy when she meets Cole because she has never had a boyfriend and he is so ni...

    This book was definitely different for me! I haven?t read a poetry book, let alone a YA poetry book that tells the story in verse. Due it?s format, it was a quick read but the story it told was powerful. It tells the story of Skyler over the summer before she turns 17. How she ...

    Copy provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I have a special place in my heart for books written in verses. I love how they flow and how clever the writing is. Every Little Bad Idea is a phenomal story told cleverly through verses. It does a grea...

    Honestly, this book wasn't that good. I mean, the ending conveyed a nice message, but this book was so short that i honestly felt no connection to the character, and it was just so fast paced. I never even felt a connection or shipped Skylar and Cole because, well, it just all happened...

    I love the way verse novels strip down to the bare essentials of language and put you right there with the characters and their emotions. McKay does a beautiful job of this with her main character, Sklyer Wise, who struggles to stay true to her course while experiencing the joys and he...

    Every Little Bad Idea is a must read for young adults. It brings into perspective that life is full of hard choices and high expectations from those we care about. I finished this book in one sitting, I couldn't take myself away from it. It was an adventure from start to finish and it ...

    Every Little Bad Idea is written in such a unique way-not in paragraphs but almost poetic lines. It is the story of a girl fighting her matriarchal tradition of getting pregnant in her teens. She falls for the bad boy, thinking he is not so bad after all. Instances prove that wrong but...

    ...

  • Leeann
    Nov 07, 2018

    . : ?? ? 2 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2tRLOPd arc provided from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review (thank you West 44 Books!!) Every Little Bad Idea follows Skyler Wise and her family?s long history of terrible taste i...

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Every Little Bad Idea by Caitie Mckay is about of a six part series called the YA Verse. This particular story is about an ambitious sixteen year old girl named Skylar with dreams ...

    not a fan of bad boys at all, but i'll admit i'm kinda curious ...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for gifting me this to read and review Every Little Bad Idea is a YA novel written in verse that follows Skylar Wise as she falls for 'bad boy' Cole and how she adversely changes herself to appease him. Please take my harsh rating with a gra...

    "Time flies when every sunset is pink and purple and every song on the radio was written for you." -Caitie McKay Time flew as I read "Every Little Bad Idea" in one sitting, I consumed it like a dog eating its first meal in days. Because it is written in verse, it is easy to ge...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Skyler has always had a plan: keep away from boys until she's 18, go to college, be different than the rest of the women in her family. You see, women in her family have a weakness f...

    Thank you to Netgalley and West 44 Books for sharing a galley with me in exchange for an honest review! A beautiful story told in verse about the power of a relationship to heal you or tear you down. Skyler Wise wants to break the curse of the women in her family: leave her neig...

    Wow! Another slam dunk for West 44 Books ~~ I just so happened to read two of their poetry publications back to back and both were extremely relatable and so well written. Poetry is NOT usually my first choice, but maybe it should be from here on out! Thanks so much to them & to Ne...

    I received this as an EARC from net galley for an honest review. I gave this book a 3.5/5 stars. I really wanted to love this story but there were just a few problems with it. I wasn't a huge fan on the writing style and I felt as though a few things that happened were unrealistic. I c...

    3.5/5 Let me say, before I started reading this I had no idea that it was written in prose. Prose outside of poetry collections is not my favorite writing style. That being said, this book painted quite the picture. Unfortunately, I am a reader that enjoys as many details as possible,...

    I'm a sucker for a verse novel and I enjoyed Every Little Bad Idea. It's a fine example of a YA novel--the plot arc pushes me to read it quickly, not wanting to put it down. I especially liked the images of the NICU, where Skyler holds newborn babies. Metaphorically, it felt like she w...

    **I am giving Every Little Bad Idea a solid 3 stars. ** The story is told through poems which I found refreshing. It made everything that was on page more impactful and it didn't hurt that it made the book go bye more quickly than it most likely otherwise would have. I could see tee...

    **This review may contain spoilers** Rating: 4 stars I want to give a thank you to NetGalley for this arc in exchange for an honest review! "Which is a bad idea, I point out. And so what? Layla says. Sometimes it?s a good idea to act on a bad idea." So, I open ...

    Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. "The funny thing about love is how it takes you over so completely that you lose yourself piece by piece." I am always a lover of books written in prose. Personally, even i...

    The women in Skyler Wise's family have a weakness for bad boys, but not Skyler. She has one thing on her mind, leaving her run-down neighborhood and going to college. When Skyler's normally strict mom starts dating again, she feels abandoned. Skyler meets Cole, a boy who makes her que...

    This book was really good. It moved really fast since the whole thing was written in verse so you didn't have a lot of unimportant scenes or dialog which made it refreshing. The book starts out with our main character Skylar falling hard for a boy she knows. A bad boy named Cole. Thing...

    read more reviews on my blog: https://rhearead.wordpress.com Mini Review: *received from NetGalley* - This book is written in poetry, and meant for YA/high middle grade audiences. Poetry is something I'm not a huge fan of, but if you are a fan of poetry, I do recommend you try t...

    ?She doesn?t have a clue about the bridge, about the lights, about the city, about my heart. ?And I know I could never tell her. Ever. ?I won?t do it again, I say. ?I try to tell myself it's not a lie to keep a burning truth locked inside.? Skyler Wi...

    I'm all for trying out new forms of poetry and prose, so this YA novel-in-verse was intriguing to me. However, it wasn't really in "verse," per se...it was more like sentence fragments and odd little paragraphs. There were some nice moments of description and language, though I hoped f...

    I read this book in less than an hour. It is all short sentences and verses which made it easy. IT is the second book in a row I have read about a girl dating and abusive/angry boy. At first Skylar is super happy when she meets Cole because she has never had a boyfriend and he is so ni...

    This book was definitely different for me! I haven?t read a poetry book, let alone a YA poetry book that tells the story in verse. Due it?s format, it was a quick read but the story it told was powerful. It tells the story of Skyler over the summer before she turns 17. How she ...

    Copy provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I have a special place in my heart for books written in verses. I love how they flow and how clever the writing is. Every Little Bad Idea is a phenomal story told cleverly through verses. It does a grea...

    Honestly, this book wasn't that good. I mean, the ending conveyed a nice message, but this book was so short that i honestly felt no connection to the character, and it was just so fast paced. I never even felt a connection or shipped Skylar and Cole because, well, it just all happened...