In honor of all the drama surrounding Rebecca Mix’s The Ones We Burn, I’d like to take a moment and write this post in appreciation of all the problematic books I’ve read over the years*. I think it’s good to promote diverse books a majority of the time, but it’s also good to point out reasons why some books might not be read. I might be making a separate post talking about problematic books I once had on my TBR and will never touch for as long as I live (Where The Crawdads Sing anyone?) but this post will focus … Continue reading Problematic Books I’ve Read…?
Hi friends! It’s been a while since I’ve done a Top 5 Tuesday, but I finally found the time to sit down and write a post for it! Today’s topic is all about the books I’m most excited to release … Continue reading Tag Tuesday: Top 5 Books I Want To Read That Release in July-September!
I have come to a brand new, sparkling realization: I actually don’t mind people on the covers of books, when they’re done right. YA books especially have mastered this art and I’m excited to talk about some of my favorites! … Continue reading Tag Tuesday: Top 10 Books With People On The Cover!
Hi guys! I’m back with another edition of Bank it or Bin it, created by the amazing Vee_Bookish! The last time I did an installment in this series was uh…November??? And I don’t think anyone wants to know how many books I’ve added to my TBR since then. So let’s hopefully remove some books from this TBR! I love The Seven Realms series. So obviously, way back when, I bought the first book used in her spinoff series based in the same world! I still want to read this book, so it’s getting banked. UH OH. We’ve unfortunately arrived at … Continue reading bank it or bin #3 // it’s been too long
I’m possibly the most inconsistent person ever with these posts but hey, we’re doing one today! WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking on a World of Words. what are you currently reading? The Atlas Six has been going viral on BookTok for a bit, so I finally (naturally) gave in and got it from the library. And holy crap you guys?!?!?! Why don’t we have more fantasy dark academia books*??? I feel like recently there’s been an uptick on fantasy novels that fall firmly in the “new adult” genre and I want to read them all now. Oh yeah, this … Continue reading WWW Wednesday!!
Who knew that someone like me, who absolutely adores YA fantasy, is more likely to read adult thrillers than adult fantasy? A huge thank you to the publisher for an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review! The Resting Place … Continue reading the resting place arc review!
I keep requesting 2022 arcs on NetGalley and now I have to read them to keep my ratio up. I can’t stop laughing at myself. Thank you to Penguin Teen for an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review! Quotes … Continue reading remember me gone arc review // a paranormal thriller ft. a memory conspiracy
I’m sorry I haven’t been as active on here recently, school has been…well, all my student friends know how it is. So please drop a favorite recent post of yours below so I can at least sort of catch up! Anyways, we’re doing a WWW Wednesday today which is pretty exciting! WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking On A Word of Worlds. what are you currently reading? I’m super thankful to Penguin Teen for an arc of this K-drama-inspired novel, because HELLO??? K-DRAMAS??? This follows a girl who is suddenly reunited with her deceased father’s family in Korea whom she’s … Continue reading WWW Wednesday!
While I know you are all anxiously awaiting pt. 2 of me reading 1-star reviews of books I love, I think it’s time to pull a classic Reverse Uno card and read good reviews of books I hate! And by hate I mean “really didn’t like”. Uh…let’s just get on with it, shall we? And of course, this is just for fun and I respect every reviewer’s opinion! The only reason I don’t name them specifically is that not everyone enjoys having their name called out on the Internet lol. “This book was so intense.. I cried at the end … Continue reading reading 5 star reviews of books i despise pt. 1 // time to pull that reverse uno
Because why not? Some of my goals have been divided into hard goals and soft goals. Hard goals are ones that are easier to achieve because well, as we’ve all learned the past two(!) years, life happens. My soft goals … Continue reading let’s talk about 2022 reading goals 🙂