Mid May Book Haul

Hello friends! I've been taking a little break from reading. It has taken all of my concentration and energy just to get through work every day. But I'm finally turning a corner and ready to return to my bookish life (not that I ever truly left...since I'm a librarian, but I digress)! I purchased all... Continue Reading →

Beach Read: Review

Beach Readby Emily Henry I have been stalling on writing this review for days. I just don't know where to start. Beach Read was described as a rom-com, but as reviews began circulating, it was clear that this book had more depth than the typical, easy, breezy romantic comedy. Gus and January write complete opposite... Continue Reading →

Storm and Fury: Review

Storm and Furyby Jennifer L. Armentrout I had previously read Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout, and rather enjoyed myself. So when I saw she had a new series coming out, and the first book was on Netgalley, I pounced to snag a copy. I wish I hadn't waited so long to read this, but because... Continue Reading →

Dark Skies: Review

Dark Skiesby Danielle L. Jensen Dark Skies is the second novel in the Dark Shores series. If you haven't seen my review of Dark Shores you can check it out here! I absolutely adored the first book in this series, and listened to it on audio book. So far, Dark Shores is my favorite book... Continue Reading →

April Wrap Up

This month I feel like I read and posted A LOT! I can thank the #stayhomereadingrush midway through the month for the boost in content, and morale. If you missed any of those posts, you can find them at the links below! Stay Home Reading Tag Questions:How is your reading going while staying home?Where have... Continue Reading →

Dark Shores: Review

Dark Shoresby Danielle L. Jensen Author Danielle L. Jensen has been incredibly active on Instagram lately, as most of us have been during these stay at home orders. It was because of her posts on IG that I decided to take a more in depth look into her books. And what would you know, I... Continue Reading →

Sorcery of Thorns: Review

Sorcery of Thornsby Margaret Rogerson This is another book that I really missed out on. I had this Netgalley ARC months before it was released, and subsequently exploded onto the book community. I think I had been recommended this book more than any other in recent memory, and was very nervous going into this story... Continue Reading →

Birth of the Bacchae: Review

Birth of the Bacchaeby Stephanie Mirro Birth of the Bacchae is another one of my much overdue Netgalley ARC's. I selected this ARC because of my love, or perhaps obsession, with vampires. What started out as an infatuation with Twilight, quickly led me down the path of Bram Stoker and Anne Rice. I couldn't wait... Continue Reading →

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