I know it’s been a while since my last post, but life is kicking me in the butt right now. I wanted to do a quick post to let everyone know that until I can get everything back on track I am going on a hiatus. I’m hoping to still be able to do some posts here and there, but I can’t guarantee consistency for now. So, for now I’m buckling down, getting my work done, swapping jobs, and making some changes in general.
Thanks for bearing with me! See you on the other side!
It’s time for another review! I received an ARC of How To Hang A Witch at BEA and I was so excited to read it! I had heard good things about the book and was waiting for the release but I was lucky and got my hands on an ARC!
I’ve spent my entire life scrambling to fit in and to change myself, Vika, but where I’ve belonged, and who I needed to be, has been right here the whole time.
I recently participated in a read along of The Crown’s Game by Evelyn Skye hosted by Brittany’s Book Rambles. Guys, this book was soooo good. I finished it in the middle of the night and I was a mess after but I loved every second of it.
I wasn’t sure how I was going to write a review about this book because I loved it so much, but here it is.
“To the people who look at the stars and wish, Rhys.”
“To the stars who listen– and the dreams that are answered.”
Hi y’all! So in preparation for the North Texas Teen Book Festival, I finally gave in and read Marie Rutkoski’s The Winner’s Trilogy! And holy smokes I am so glad I did!
I did my first ever series review on the Fire and Thorns series by Rae Carson!
It’s been a while, but I’m back with a review for y’all! And it’s for one of my new all time favorite reads EVER.
Hi y’all! So I’m trying something new (yay!) and I participated in my first ever blog tour- and subsequently my first ever ARC review- for Shannon Parker’s upcoming novel The Girl Who Fell. So without further ado, here it is!
I bet y’all thought I forgot.
Ten years of shadows, but no longer. Light up the darkness, Majesty
Maas has completely outdone herself with Queen of Shadows. To be able to read a book and hate it so much while loving every second of it is truly a beautiful thing. The Throne of Glass series reminds me why I love reading so much. Maas creates a world full of characters that make you mourn with them, rejoice with them, argue with them, and support them in every aspect of their lives.
This review will be Queen of Shadows spoiler free but there will be references to events of previous novels.