I Wanna Be Where You Are: Review

I Wanna Be Where You Areby Kristina Forest This book is one of my backlogged Netgalley ARC's. So much so, that I was able to pick up a physical copy from my library, and get to see this gorgeous cover up close! This novel follows a high school student named Chloe, as she lies to... Continue Reading →

My Library Reopened: Pandemic Library Haul

Hi friends. I hope you all have been safe during the pandemic, and safe if you are attending protests in your area. Being laid off days after George Floyd's murder meant that I had A LOT of time to research, educate, and become sickened, shocked, disgusted, angry, insert negative adjective here, over how Black people... 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 →

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 →

My Anxiety Driven Book Haul

Like many of you, my anxiety manifests in various ways. When I found out we wouldn't be returning to school until the middle of April (and now, possibly not until the next school year) I put down my bag of Nacho Doritos, panicked, and went to bookoutlet. Thankfully, they saved my wallet some money by... Continue Reading →

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