Does the Shadow and Bone trilogy Deserve the Hype?

This is a series on my blog where I read hyped books and decide whether, in my opinion, they deserve the hype they get. You can read my posts for Fable and Six of Crows in this series as well. I know I said I was never going to read Shadow and Bone, but I… Continue reading Does the Shadow and Bone trilogy Deserve the Hype?


Does Fable deserve the hype?

Welcome to the second post in this series! My first post was about Six of Crows which you can read here. Basically I will be reviewing this book and then deciding if I think it deserves the hype it gets or not! Genre: YA Fantasy Format: Audiobook Pages: 357 My rating: 4.5/5 stars Synopsis: For… Continue reading Does Fable deserve the hype?


Books I DNFed in 2020

If you don't know DNF stands for 'did not finish' here in the book community. While some readers find it impossible to DNF and push through even the books they hate, I am not one. I DNF books all the time. If I am not feeling it, why waste my time reading it? So today… Continue reading Books I DNFed in 2020


Discussion post: Endings

Ok, I've never done a discussion post so we are all going to experience this together. Basically, I am just going to discuss (duh) my thoughts on the topic and that's it. So today I will be discussing endings. While writing my December wrap up, I realized how picky I am with how books end… Continue reading Discussion post: Endings


How many of my “Books I NEED to read in 2020” did I actually read?

About two months ago, I posted a list of The Books I NEED to Read in 2020. Now I bring you my follow up post, how many of those books did I actually read? So I am going to go through the list from the first post and explain whether or not I actually read… Continue reading How many of my “Books I NEED to read in 2020” did I actually read?


How to Grow on Bookstagram

So you want to start a bookstagram? Well first of all, what is bookstagram? Bookstagram is just an Instagram account where you post about and talk about books. Mine is just over there to the right if you need an example. Or you can search on instagram for "#bookstagram" and you will find tons of… Continue reading How to Grow on Bookstagram


Ruinsong by Julia Ember: ARC Review

Genre: YA, fantasy, LGTBQ+ Format: NetGalley e-ARC Release date: November 24, 2020 Pages: 368 My rating: 3/5 stars Synopsis: In Julia Ember's dark and lush LGBTQ+ romantic fantasy Ruinsong, two young women from rival factions must work together to reunite their country, as they wrestle with their feelings for each other. Her voice was her prison…Now… Continue reading Ruinsong by Julia Ember: ARC Review


How I choose what books to read

"Don't judge a book by its cover." This age old saying holds a lesson within a metaphor, but taken literally it is the book lovers' worst pitfall. Let's admit it. We all judge books by their covers. Why do you think publishers spend so much time designing, editting, and revising them? But, of course, the… Continue reading How I choose what books to read


Sunshine Blogger Award

I cannot believe I was nominated for this! It is so so exciting! Thank you so much to Ashmita at The Fictional Journal for nominating me for this fun tag. She is so so sweet and I love her blog so you should definitely check it out! I was also tagged by Cherelle at Cherelle… Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award


My September Wrap-up: mini reviews of all the books I read in September

It's that time again, the time to wrap up our month and see how we did. In September I read 7 books; 1 five star, 4 four stars, and 2 three stars. This totaled to 2,804 pages. September was a pretty good reading month for me, I usually average 6 books a month so I… Continue reading My September Wrap-up: mini reviews of all the books I read in September