Author: I. W. Gregorio


May 19
Top Ten Things I Loved About RT 2015

Top Ten Things I Loved About RT 2015

Book Events, RT, Top Ten Tuesday 33

Today’s Top Ten Tuesday is a freebie, so I decided I’d combine it with my update on RT 2015! Top Ten Things I Loved About RT 2015 (Clockwise, from left to right – Colleen Hoover, Sara Raasch, IW Gregorio, Brigid Kemmerer, Kimberly Derting, Liz Czukas  – AKA Ellie Cahill, Jennifer Lynn Armentrout, Ann Aguirre) Okay, I know I’ve been silent on the blog a lot this past week, but RT was WAY more intense and all-consuming than I expected. In all the best ways, though!! This conference was AMAZING in so many ways – it is so much more personal than BEA, and there’s A LOT more more interaction with the authors. That’s not to say that I didn’t love BEA, and I’m definitely going to be heading to that next year, but I would highly recommend RT if you’re looking for something different. Next year it’s in Vegas! 1. My Roommate If it weren’t for RT,… Read more »


Apr 09
None of the Above by I.W. Gregorio – 5 Star Review!

None of the Above by I.W. Gregorio – 5 Star Review!

All-Time Favorites, Reviews 23 ★★★★★

This book. You definitely need to read this book. Okay, I guess I need to say something more coherent than that, but those are my initial thoughts on None of the Above. I honestly don’t know when I’ll stop thinking about this one, which makes it a definite five star read for me. The book chronicles a teenage girl’s journey once she discovers that she is intersex – while she looks outwardly like a female, her chromosomes say she is male. As you can imagine, accepting this fact is difficult for Krissy, but her pain is compounded when word gets out and she is bullied at school. Her journey is compelling and emotional and Gregorio captures her story in a truly extraordinary way! What I LOVED: Education and the emotional journey. One thing that I was incredibly impressed with was how much Gregorio managed to educate her readers about intersex without making it feel… Read more »