The LGBTQ+ Rep Book Tag!

Thank you so much to Virginia @ The Sassy Library Fox (the tag creator) and Elli @ AceReader for tagging me in this!! It looks so fun and I'm super excited to do it (sorry about the delay!). Rules: Thank whoever tagged you and link to their blog post.Link to the original creator: The Sassy Library … Continue reading The LGBTQ+ Rep Book Tag!

Review: ‘Godsgrave’ (‘The Nevernight Chronicle’, #2) by Jay Kristoff

“Sanguii e Gloria.”
Mia shook her head. “You can keep the glory, Furian.”She turned her eyes to the consul’s chair.
“I’m just here for the blood.” Rating: 4.5/5 paper planes Genre: Adult/New adult fantasyPublication: 5 Sep 2017Pages: 448 (ebook) Synopsis: Mia Corvere has found her place among the Blades of Our Lady of Blessed Murder, but many … Continue reading Review: ‘Godsgrave’ (‘The Nevernight Chronicle’, #2) by Jay Kristoff

Review: ‘Legendborn’ (‘Legendborn’, #1) by Tracy Deonn

"Legends are dangerous, Bree. Don't underestimate them." Rating: 4.5/5 paper planes Genre: YA urban fantasy (Arthurian legend)Publication: 15 Sep 2020Pages: 512 (hardcover) Synopsis: After her mother dies in an accident, sixteen-year-old Bree wants nothing to do with her family memories or childhood home. A residential program for bright high schoolers at UNC–Chapel Hill seems like … Continue reading Review: ‘Legendborn’ (‘Legendborn’, #1) by Tracy Deonn

Let’s Talk Bookish: The Pros and Cons of Book Blogging

This is my first time doing a Let's Talk Bookish/discussion post! Here we go... ProsConsGetting to read new releases/ARCs! Especially discovering NetGalley (and now Edelweiss!) Getting to be part of book tours is cool as well.Pressure to keep up with new releases and neglecting books I've wanted to read for ages. (Especially if I've over-requested … Continue reading Let’s Talk Bookish: The Pros and Cons of Book Blogging

Top Ten Tuesday: Bookstores and Libraries I’d Love to Visit

It's the 10th anniversary of Top Ten Tuesday! One of the options was to pick a past TTT topic I wish I’d done, but didn’t get a chance to do. I spotted this one about bookstores and libraries and it looks fun! I've kept them to ones I have realistic chances of actually getting to... … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Bookstores and Libraries I’d Love to Visit

Review: ‘What We Deserve’ by Alyssa Nohar

Why do all of these books make it seem like making friends was the easiest thing in the world, and why did they all assume that everyone already had friends? Rating: 4/5 stars Genre: YA contemporary coming-of-age Synopsis: Finally diagnosed with social and generalized anxiety disorder after years of silent suffering, Amaya spent twelfth grade … Continue reading Review: ‘What We Deserve’ by Alyssa Nohar

Mini-Review: ‘Nimona’ by Noelle Stevenson

"You're not the first one who thought you could HELP me... or FIX me... or SAVE me... You're not the first one who thought you could CARE about me until you found out how bad it really was." Rating: 4/5 paper planes Genre: Science-Fiction-Fantasy (graphic novel) Synopsis: Nimona is an impulsive young shapeshifter with a … Continue reading Mini-Review: ‘Nimona’ by Noelle Stevenson

Top Ten Tuesday: Characters I’d Follow On Social Media

Today's topic: Characters I’d Follow On Social Media! I've tried to keep it to characters that I haven't yet seen on other people's lists yet. Nikolai Lantsov from Bardugo's Grishaverse Nikolai never fails to crack me up and he's so smart and unexpectedly wise sometimes - if he had a blog or Twitter I'd definitely … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Characters I’d Follow On Social Media

Mini-reviews: ‘Saga’ Vols. 1-4 by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

Genre: Science-fiction (graphic novel/ongoing comic) Synopsis: When two soldiers from opposite sides of a never-ending galactic war fall in love, they risk everything to bring a fragile new life into a dangerous old universe. This story sweeps across space following the star-crossed young couple as they struggle to raise their baby in a hostile universe...including fending … Continue reading Mini-reviews: ‘Saga’ Vols. 1-4 by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples