The Witcher | Netflix Series Review

I recently read and review The Last Wish by Andrzej Sapkowski. To briefly summarize: I really enjoyed the plot, setting, and story, but I deeply disliked how the author portrayed female characters. It was disturbing enough that I won't be continuing with this series in print format. My experience with the novel made me hesitant... Continue Reading →

Where Have I Been Reading?

Hey guys! We're only one day away from starting the #stayhomereadingrush readathon, and I thought I'd start posting some of my tag questions and answers! Today I'll be answering "How is your reading going while staying home?" and "Where have you been reading at home?" My reading has been a little sporadic while staying home.... Continue Reading →

#stayhomereadingrush tbr

Hey there! If you haven't seen my post explaining the #stayhomereadingrush readathon, go ahead and check that out! I figured this would be a great chance to get caught up on some back list books, including back list ARC's! Read a book with a house on the cover! On the Corner of Love and Hate... Continue Reading →

Stay Home Reading Rush Announcement!

Hi friends! If you're like me, maybe you've been waiting for an achievable, quarantine readathon or reading tag. Well, the girls from The Reading Rush (Ariel & Raeleen) have us covered! They've created the #stayhomereadingrush which takes place from April 16th-19th. photo via The Reading Rush instagram page The readathon includes four reading challenges, four... Continue Reading →

The Last Wish: Review

The Last Wishby Andrzej Sapkowski I had never heard of the Witcher until the Netflix trailer dropped last year. I started watching some promotional interviews with the cast, and getting excited over the general buzz for the show. And then...a video appeared on youtube one day. A video of Henry Cavill reading from the book... Continue Reading →

Second Chance Season: Review

Second Chance Seasonby Liora Blake Ahhh romance. These are the books that break up the string of unending fantasy novels. Trust me, they're more than just place holders; to me they're good for the soul. Especially right now. There was a blurb from the author (I can't remember if I saw it online or in... Continue Reading →

An Enchantment of Ravens: Review

An Enchantment of Ravensby Margaret Rogerson Okay you guys. I have feelings, they are incoherent, but I'm going to do my best to put words together in a way that makes sense. I initially picked up this book because of the cover, I mean....hello?! Then when I read that this is a fae story, I... Continue Reading →

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