It should really come as no surprise to me at this point that I loved this new release from Seanan McGuire. Everything I read by her is an absolute joy. I was lucky enough to interview her at Emerald City Comic-con, though I have yet to post the transcript (sorry Seanan). She is a master … Continue reading MIDDLEGAME Review: Science & Magic, Shaken not Stirred
I've missed quite a few Tuesdays, but I'm excited for this one! This week we're talking about our most precious book babies. The ones we won't loan out, or even allow those closest to us to touch. Since I live with my boyfriend, I'm going to talk about the books that I don't allow him … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books my Boyfriend isn’t Allowed to Touch
I'm still feeling super disconnected from the blogosphere, but I'm trying to get back into the swing of things!! This week's challenge for Friday Favorites is to talk about the best aspects of being a reader. I have quite a few aspects about the reader life I love, but I will narrow it down to … Continue reading Friday Favorites! Top 5 things about Being a Reader
I was scrolling through my feed looking for a good Book Tag and I found this one on Caidyn's page. So let's get to it! THE RULES Thank the person who nominated youAnswer all the questions down belowPingback to the creator: Ellyn @ AllonsythornraxxNominate 5+ bloggers you’d like to know more about to do this tag … Continue reading Behind the Blogger Tag!
It's hard to believe how quickly time is passing me by right now. It seems like Yallwest was just here, and now I'm looking forward to the bookish goings on at SDCC. There are quite a number of books I'm expecting to see in San Diego this year, but there is one upcoming title in … Continue reading Waiting on Wednesday: Necromancy, Drama, & Death
I've missed a few fridays lately due to travel, I have severely neglected my blog, so big thanks to everyone who has stuck with me! Now that I'm writing for another website, I'm debating about what kind of content to post on each site. Things like weekly tags of course are not going anywhere! I … Continue reading Friday Favorites: Recommendations I LOVED!!!
Little Darlings by Melanie Golding is one of the first books I requested from Netgalley. It's slightly outside of my typical range of titles. It's more of an adult fantasy with a big focus on motherhood and childcare. It's also a modern retelling of the traditional changeling myth, which is the major draw for me. … Continue reading LITTLE DARLINGS by Melanie Golding: Netgalley Review
Thanks to Tor.com and NetGalley for providing a copy of Her Silhouette, Drawn in Water by Vylar Kaftan for review! Tor.com is cranking out the hits this year, and this one really caught my attention with the cover reveal. I was immediately attracted to the vibe of the artwork, and after reading the synopsis I … Continue reading HER SILHOUETTE, DRAWN IN WATER: NetGalley Review
Thanks to NetGalley and Subterranean Press for providing a copy of In the Shadow of Spindrift House by Mira Grant. Click here for the Synopsis! Nature abhors a straight line. The natural world is a place of curves and softened edges, of gentle mists and welcoming spirals. Nature remembers deviation; nature does not forgive. For … Continue reading IN THE SHADOW OF SPINDRIFT HOUSE: NetGalley Review
Around mid-April I saw Amy Rose Capetta post about her lovely new book, The Lost Coast on instagram. I knew nothing about it before that moment, and within a week the good folks at Candlewick Press were nice enough to send me a review copy of the book! I simply couldn't wait to dig in … Continue reading THE LOST COAST arc Review: Beautiful, Weird, Witchy, & Wonderful