Thanks to St. Martin's Press/Wednesday Books, I was lucky enough to read an eARC of You Have A Match by Emma Lord. I really enjoyed her last book, Tweet Cute, and was super intrigued by what she would write next. I was not disappointed! This was a fun afternoon read after a chaotic week. (However,… Continue reading 5 Reasons To Read: You Have a Match by Emma Lord
I'm struggling a little to find the words to describe this book, and how much I loved it. The Heiress: The Revelations of Anne de Bourgh is very much a character study of Anne de Bourgh, the frail cousin of Mr. Darcy from Pride and Prejudice. She is a character that doesn't even get a… Continue reading Book Review: The Heiress by Molly Greeley
It's time to annouce the 3rd annual #JaneAustenJanuary Readathon! I hosted the first one in 2019, basically only through my bookstagram. I would love to have more people join in if they are able to do so 🙂 On to the details! The Jane Austen January readathon runs from January 1st to January 31st and… Continue reading #JaneAustenJanuary Readathon 2021
First things first, I'm wishing the happiest book birthday to A Curse of Roses and Diana Pinguicha! 😀 It's so cool that the book is finally here after waiting almost a whole year! Synopsis (via Goodreads): With just one touch, bread turns into roses. With just one bite, cheese turns into lilies.There’s a famine plaguing… Continue reading 5 Reasons to Read ‘A Curse of Roses’ by Diana Pinguicha
Black Sun is the first book in the 'Between Earth and Sky Trilogy' by Rebecca Roanhorse. Inspired by the Pre-Columbian civilizations of the Americas, this story is full of political intrigue, celestial prophecies, and dazzling magic. But beneath the captivating descriptions and intricate plot, lies a gritty and dark tale with an ending that will… Continue reading Book Review: Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse *Spoiler Free*
Broken Wish by Julie C Dao is book 1 in The Mirror series, which is a 4 book, multi-generational story about a family curse with each book written by a different YA author. Julie C Dao's book, Broken Wish, follows a 16-year-old Elva who has a magical secret...she has visions of the future. Some visions… Continue reading Spoiler-Free Mini Book Review: Broken Wish by Julie C Dao
Hello and welcome to my first ever blog tour! A big thank you to TBR and Beyond Tours for choosing me to participate in this tour! Don't forget to enter the giveaway at the end of this post! Today I bring you my review of The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life by Dani Jansen, as… Continue reading The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life by Dani Jansen–Book Review and Shakespeare Counterparts
I'm super excited to take part in the month-long Bookoplathon this September hosted by Becca, from Beccaandthebooks on YouTube! I had a blast with the weekend version earlier this year (check out my previous post). My goal was to read books I either already owned, had an ARC of, or had checked out from the library. I didn't… Continue reading September 2020 Bookoplathon TBR
First things first, I'm wishing the happiest of book birthdays to Who's That Earl by Susanna Craig! This was my first book by Susanna Craig, but I'm excited to read her backlist! Review: Second chance romance, a Gothic novel writer, a former soldier/spy turned Earl, a crumbly castle, and two adorable spaniels. If any (or… Continue reading Book Review: Who’s That Earl by Susanna Craig
Am I super late posting this? Yes, yes I am. I LOVE historical romance, specifically the Regency, Victorian, Georgian time periods (though I will occasionally branch out). I honestly can't say how many I've read. I didn't really start keeping track of my reading until I joined the book community. I know I started reading… Continue reading Historical Romance Readathon *Weekend Edition* TBR
Thank you for tagging me Tee! Also thank you for letting me know that the creators of the tag are Chami @ miss.chami & Ely @ Earl Grey Books. I have also used the question order from May @ foreverandeverly‘s post (thanks again Tee). This is my first time being able to do this tag, and I'm… Continue reading Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag!
Hey y'all! Coming to you about 8 days into the month, but I made a TBR for July! (I would also like to say that I was working on this 3 days ago but then bad thunderstorms knocked out my internet every night after I got off work *cries*) My TBRs are generally pretty chill.… Continue reading A (Pretty Late) July TBR
If you know anything about me, you know that I have gone hard for The Daevabad Trilogy by S.A. Chakraborty. These books and these characters are some of my all time favorites. To say I was excited for (and terrified of) this last book, The Empire of Gold, is to say the absolute least. The… Continue reading Book Review: The Empire of Gold by S.A. Chakraborty
Hello! In case you didn’t know, I have been in charge of the @ddaevabad Instagram for the most part throughout the #DiscoverDaevabad Readalong. So if you got a comment on your post or a story shared on our stories, that was most likely me, Colleen! Both Cody and Hannah have been running the @ddaevabad Twitter… Continue reading #DiscoverDaevabad IG Live with S.A. Chakraborty (Transcription)
I just moved almost two months ago. I know I've been a little quiet here, but with moving and having to keep working during this tough time, it has been difficult to find motivation to blog after work and on the weekends. I'm really hoping to start blogging more though! So to recap, I picked… Continue reading *Results* Keep or Unhaul?
Is it over a week into 2020? Yes. But I'm here to tell you my favorite books of 2019! I do believe that most, if not all, of these books got 5 stars from me. Even if they didn't, they are books that I think about a lot and really, really loved when I read… Continue reading My Favorite Books of 2019!