Hi friends! I’m here for a review that’s roughly…4 years overdue??? Although I haven’t even had my blog for one year so am I really in the wrong here*. Speaking of blogiversaries, my one-year is coming up and I was … Continue reading The School For Good and Evil Review! | My All-Time Favorite Middle-Grade (sort of)
Hi friends! Summer is upon us, which means two things: 1: NO SCHOOL!!! 2. Heat that will melt your socks off and mosquitoes more dangerous than Edward Cullen. Summertime has its pros and cons. Anyways, we’re here to talk about … Continue reading Tag Tuesday: Top 5 Summer Reads!!
Hi friends! I’ve highkey been out of the book world so long I didn’t know half of my most anticipated books got cover reveals*. So obviously, I have no clue of 90% of what’s coming out in June BUT I have been waiting for a few, so let us begin! *for example: the queen of nothing, supernova, the toll… June 5 Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson | I tried requesting an e-ARC of this but was (unsurprisingly) denied so yeah. BUT this has libraries! And magic! And I’m pretty sure enemies-to-lovers! I haven’t read the author’s first novel yet … Continue reading Most Anticipated June 2019 Releases!
Hi friends! I’ve uh…been gone for a while. That was due to a huge blogging/reading slump that also combined with school and left me drowning like a fish out of water. But I’m here today to share my reviews on two books I SHOULD have released months ago so go me! Thank you to HarperTeen and Freeform for e-ARCS through Edelweiss in exchange for honest reviews! One sentence summary: Feminist Robin Hood retelling where Robin Hood dies and Maid Marian must take his place. I absolutely adored Meagan Spooner’s writing style! It’s effortlessly atmospheric, yet isn’t filled with needless descriptions. … Continue reading Mini Reviews: The Overdue ARC edition… | yes i really am this bad
Hi friends! Today’s topic is one that I’m really excited for, because I have the attention span of Dory and I need good book recommendations, so I can’t wait to see everyone’s picks! Don’t forget this is hosted by the … Continue reading Tag Tuesday | Top 5 Books I Couldn’t Put Down!!!
Hi friends! I’m back with *yet another* review because I DID read on my hiatus (even if it was only…two non-school books but still.) We are here today to talk about a book three of my IRL friends made me … Continue reading Jackaby Review!! | Sherlock and Doctor Who Merged???
Hi friends! I’m super excited because not only do I get to share three of the most stand-out fantasy books I’ve ever read, I’ll be sharing the link to an incredible 9 book* fantasy giveaway hosted by Turner Publishing at the end! So let us begin! *yes, you read that correctly. NINE. That’s more books than I buy every three months because I’m broke. Very, very broke. This is actually the first book that popped into my mind. You see, the entire magic system is based upon EATING METALS*. Each metal gives different abilities but only a few called Mistborn … Continue reading 3 of the Most CREATIVE Fantasy Books Ever + HUGE GIVEAWAY!!!!!
Hi friends! I’m finally (finally) getting back into blogging. I absolutely adore Top 5 Tuesday (hosted by Shanah @ Bionic Bookworm) and I’m excited to jump back in today! so hopefully I actually remember some magical creatures. Douglass the Duck is…somewhat magical. Right??? Anyways, Douglass is super loveable and idk if he counts but HE NEEDS APPRECIATION OKAY. Blackjack is my childhood horse hero. Come on, his love of donuts is actually me. He’s always supporting Percy and is always there when he needs him and never gets the time he deserves in Heroes of Olympus so I’m salty like … Continue reading Tag Tuesday: Top 5 Magical Creatures!!
Hi friends! I’m back (yet again haha. Ha.) with a book review!! Let’s DO THIS. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review! Huge thanks to the publisher! Thomas thinks he’s an ordinary twelve year old, but when a strange little man with gold-flecked eyes gives him an ancient text called The Book of Sorrows, the world he knows is turned upside down. Suddenly he’s faced with a secret family legacy, powers he can hardly begin to understand, and an enemy bent on destroying everything he holds dear. The more he reads and discovers, the deeper … Continue reading Thomas Wildus and the Book of Sorrows Review!!!