Since I've been trying to cut back on book buying lately, I wanted to change up the challenge a little bit today and talk about authors I will jump to request arcs for. Some of these are specific authors, but I also have a specific type of person I will tend to gravitate toward when … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Auto Request Authors/ Books
The Dragon Republic was written by R.F. Kuang and published by Harper Voyager. Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for providing a copy for review. Click here for the Synopsis! The searing follow-up to 2018’s most celebrated fantasy debut – THE POPPY WAR. In the aftermath of the Third Poppy War, shaman and warrior Rin … Continue reading THE DRAGON REPUBLIC NetGalley Review: Alt History Vibes with a Fantasy Flair
The tag was created by Biblio Nyan created this tag, click here to see the original post. I found this tag through Clemi's Bookish World. I realize I am a bit late for a post about Spring, but this year is going by so fast! I haven't looked through the questions at all yet, so this is … Continue reading The ‘I Hate Spring’ Book Tag
Some of my very favorite books focus on rebellion, so I am SUPER excited to share this list. I honestly didn't even realize how many of my faves have rebellious elements until forming this list but wow do I love a coup! 1. The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon. If you have known me for … Continue reading Friday Favorites: Rebellious Books!!!
You all know I love and read a lot of Advanced Reader Copies (ARCs). I can't say I know many readers who aren't attracted to ARCs, or interested in obtaining them. Over the past year or so, I've received more than ever, which honestly isn't saying much since I've only been around the book scene … Continue reading ARC Snobbery: A Discussion
I'm excited for this post, because I don't really think or talk about a lot of the books I read as a kid on here. There are a few that really stick in my mind, the ones I checked out of the library before I was "allowed", or the ones I just checked out every … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Childhood Favorites
Big thanks to Harlequin Teen and NetGalley for sharing the eArc of Soul of the Sword with me! I absolutely loved reading the previous book Shadow of the Fox, so I was really looking forward to this title. Unfortunately a lot of the aspected I loved from book 1 are lacking in book 2. Let's … Continue reading SOUL OF THE SWORD NetGalley Review: Not all Sequels are Created Equal