Well guys, it’s November now. I got nothing witty to say, I’m kinda just in shock. Also, I can’t really remember what I watched/did this month? … Continue reading october 2021 wrap up 🙂
I started reading Ghosts of the Shadow Market in January, but then couldn’t actually finish out the collection because I hadn’t finished Queen of Air and Darkness at that point. No matter! It’s time for me to put my Dory memory in overdrive and try to form coherent thoughts on each story! My final rating for this collection as a whole will be based on individual ratings. This collection of short stories follows Jem Carstairs and others throughout the years, and throughout the Shadow Markets. Cast Long Shadows | Goodness. I’m both excited and terrified to read The Last Hours … Continue reading ghosts of the shadow market review // please stand by as i try to remember these short stories
Guys, I literally can’t stop thinking about House of Hollow by Krystal Sutherland. So why not channel these feelings into a post that’s not a review because I uh already reviewed it. Quick synopsis: Iris Hollow has always been weird. In fact, the unexplained, unshakable weirdness that follows both her and her two older sisters all started when something happened to them when they were younger, something that left identical scars on each girl. It’s not until her oldest sister Grey goes missing that Iris takes it upon herself to figure out what exactly happened when they were children. #1: … Continue reading 5 Reasons To Read House of Hollow! // be convinced because it’s spooky season and this book is perfection
YES HI HELLO I’M KAYA AND YOU’RE WATCHING DISNEY CHANNEL. Just kidding, you’re actually reading my blog in case you can’t tell the difference. I’m here to talk about some of the creepiest covers known to man and womankind. Top … Continue reading Tag Tuesday: Top 5 Creepy Covers!
I can’t believe I’m sitting here about to talk about November releases. First of all, that’s my birthday month which I’m not ready for and second … Continue reading My Most Anticipated November Book Releases! // sad contemporaries, unique retellings, and exciting fantasies
Read the title and you will understand this post. I just thought it’d be fun to post about some beautiful, jaw-dropping covers coming out in 2022 and then become mesmerized by the screen for 5+ hours. Of course, that means I’l have to share the pain joy. Like, we’re in October of 2021. There’s countless covers that haven’t be revealed yet and already my eyes are writhing from the sheer beauty. But what kind of magic are these designers using? Also, can we appreciate how many Asian authors are winning the cover game because wow. That’s all I wanted to … Continue reading let’s just take a moment to appreciate some of the gorgeous covers debuting in 2022
After absolutely loving Allison Saft’s debut Down Comes The Night last year, I was so incredibly blessed and thankful to recieve an e-ARC of her sophomore … Continue reading a far wilder magic arc review // magical foxhunts, alchemy, and a perfect slowburn romance
I’m a bit sleepy at the moment so no half-witted, rambling introduction today. My apologies. Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Meeghan @ Meeghan Reads! Visiting Halloweentown would be quite nice. Jack, Sally, Zero, that two-faced mayor and annoying doctor, … Continue reading Tag Tuesday: Top 5 Spooky Worlds I Want To Visit!
Why the heck is WordPress constantly switching their editor around? I’m so confused. Anyways, I have good news and bad news! The good news is that … Continue reading the southern book club’s guide to slaying vampires review // brace yourselves because a WORDwind is coming (get it haha okay bye)
Keeping track and predicting my book hauls should be an Olympic sport. Seriously, there’s no rhyme or reason to it and I always have to check … Continue reading it’s BOOK HAUL TIME! (yes i’ve given up on numbering them)