October Wrap-Up

October was a decent month for releases and reading as I got some well needed conclusions to series I'd been reading. I'm still working on actually doing the reading, but that's another story. -Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim -The Storm of Echoes by Christelle Dabos -When Night Breaks by Janella Angeles (Currently Reading) Overall... Continue Reading →

Books with Unique Settings

There's nothing like picking up a Fantasy novel/series that just seems to suck you into its story and world, but it's a whole other level when the world feels unique and new to you. Some of this just has to do with diversifying your reading and straying from the stories/characters/worlds that we've grown up with... Continue Reading →

July TBR

June marked a return to reading in a way that I needed, but July I am all about really upping the ante here! We'll see what we get in the end, but I plan to both read more, and meet one of my big goals for the year; read more Fantasy/Sci-FI! -The Bone Shard Daughter... Continue Reading →

Vacation Picks

We are finally hitting the summer months, and with that months that I look forward to when it comes to reading in particular. Given the different personalities even in my own family I know there are some who enjoy just sitting by the pool or on the beach reading, and there are those who have... Continue Reading →

St. Patrick’s Day Book Tag

Happy St. Patty's Day everyone! In terms of beginning of the year holidays, I love the green of St. Patrick's Day perhaps more than Valentine's Day with the red and pink. To celebrate this holiday I figured I would do another book tag, this one by Embuhleeliest. This one is a lot shorter than the... Continue Reading →

February TBR

January was a great start to the year with a higher amount of books read than I typically get in a month! February is of course a shorter month than most, so while I got some decent momentum, I won't go too crazy with my expectations either, though I'm not saying I'm not hoping I'll... Continue Reading →

January Wrap-Up

Hoping to start strong this year, I picked some books I knew would help jumpstart my reading and build some excitement for other books I hope to read in the coming months. Maybe this will be a good sign for the months ahead? How the King of Elfhame Learned to Hate Stories by Holly BlackThe... Continue Reading →

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