I requested an eARC of The Last Life of Prince Alastor by Alexandra Bracken a very long time ago. It was actually one of the first books I ever requested on NetGalley, and it was a huge surprise to me when I actually got it. In case you missed it, I did a full review of the first book in … Continue reading The Last Life of Prince Alastor: NetGalley Review
This week we are talking about additions to TBR lists. I know a lot of people are trying not to make too many additions to their reading lists this year, but I'm not about that life. I know myself and I know I'm gonna add books no matter what. Here are the books! Her Silhouette … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Latest Additions to my TBR
Last weekend I participated in 24in48. If you are unfamiliar with it, it is a readathon where the goal is to read for a total of 24 hours over the course of 2 days. This was my 2nd or 3rd time participating, and I finally did it! I made it to 24 hours, and I … Continue reading 24in48 Wrap-Up!
For this Friday, we are talking about Mentors or teachers we love in books. I have a fair few of these, since I tend to be drawn toward books witch schools in them. The first book to come to mind was The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon. There are 2 mentor characters I really enjoy reading about … Continue reading Friday Favorites: Mentors
To continue my series of Netgalley how-to guides, I want to talk more about Feeback practices, review tips, and how I determine which books I want to request. In case you missed it, you can find my first post here: Getting Started on Netgalley. So at this point, I'm assuming you have a Netgalley account, … Continue reading NetGalley Tips Part II
I don't talk a lot about Middle-Grade books, but I love them so much! I especially love MG books that tackle really difficult topics. One of my favorites last year was The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding. It was the first book I read by Alex Bracken, and I'm reading the sequel right now. I wanted to share some of … Continue reading The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding: A Love Letter to Middle Grade
This week we are talking about all those books we wanted to read in 2018 and just didn't get to. I have sooooo many of these, so it might be a struggle to narrow it down to 10. The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa MeyerThe Mistborn Trilogy by Brandon SandersonA Million Junes by Emily HenryThe Hazel … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: 2018 TBR Fails