This week's challenge is rainy day reads, which for me would be books I like to reread. I feel like I did that list fairly recently, so instead I want to blow a strong wind through my TBR and blow away some books that I no longer want to read. There are a lot of … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: It’s Raining Books!
I don't have a review for today, so I went hunting for a book tag and found this one on Caidyn's blog! It's all about books I would like to read...in theory but don't really want to take the time for. I have a lot like this on my shelf that I need to unhaul … Continue reading Book Tag: Books I want to read…but also don’t want to
Today is all about fictional criminals! Like a lot of people Kaz Brekker from Six of Crows almost immediately sprung to mind, but I want to use this prompt to talk a bit more about a book that isn't out yet! The criminal I'm thinking of didn't get as much page time as I thought … Continue reading Friday Favorites: Fictional Ne’er-Do-Wells
This week we are sharing our Spring 2019 TBR! Mine just got quite a bit longer over the past week. Between new NetGalley arcs, and ECCC arcs I am feeling a bit overwhelmed. I'm going to have to do some 25 page tests and purge some books because at this point my reading goals are … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Spring 2019 TBR
This week the challenge is to recommend books to reread. I've already done a few rereads this year for Wicked Saints, The Song Rising, and The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding. The Harry Potter books always make for great rereading of course, but I want to talk about 5 other books I want to reread soon. 1. Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon So I … Continue reading Friday Favorites: Rereads!
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
This week the challenge is to celebrate YA books published before the year 2000. So as not to inundate you with Harry Potter, I am going with a somewhat less celebrated series. The Abhorsen Trilogy by Garth Nix I first heard about Sabriel soon after I started reading YA in earnest a few years ago. … Continue reading Friday Favorites: Old School YA