Netgalley approved me to read a review copy of The Wren Hunt by Mary Watson. The cover really drew me in and the plot sounded similar to other dark fairy tales I love. I'm so happy to share my thoughts on this twisty, earthy, spooky book! Click here for the Synopsis!Every Christmas, Wren is chased through … Continue reading The Wren Hunt: Netgalley Review
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. This week is kind of open-ended, so I'm going to … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Halloween Favorites!
Banner lovingly copied from The Calico Books Hello friends! I've been traveling a lot lately, and so my blog has been neglected. Going to try to rectify that with this cool spooky tag I found on The Calico Books! I love Halloween for so many reasons, not the least of which is reading scary books. So, let's … Continue reading The Halloween Book Tag!
I received a digital arc of In the House in the Dark of the Woods by Laird Hunt in exchange for an honest review. It will be on shelves on 10/16 so you don't have to wait long to add it to your Halloween TBR, which I highly recommend you do. This is a twisted, and mysterious … Continue reading In the House in the Dark of the Woods: NetGalley Review
Abrams Books was kind enough to send me an arc of The Good Demon by Jimmy Cajoleas in exchange for a review. The book is already out, so you don't have to wait to add it to your Fall reading list! That is definitely my recommendation as I loved this dark demonic read full of heart, grief, … Continue reading The Good Demon: ARC Review
I received a digital arc of Toil & Trouble from NetGalley. I have really been feeling the witch vibes this Fall from other books like The Casquette Girls so I was looking forward to a whole mess of witchy tales! Unfortunately, I found the stories more messy than interesting. There were a few standouts that I enjoyed, keep reading … Continue reading Toil & Trouble: NetGalley Review