Reviews

Diamond City

Book Title: Diamond City Author: Francesca Flores Pub Date: Jan. 28, 2020 Genre: YA Fantasy Goodreads 4 STARS Amazon Pre-Order Link SYNOPSIS: Fierce and ambitious, Aina Solís as sharp as her blade and as mysterious as the blood magic she protects. After the murder of her parents, Aina takes a job as an assassin to… Continue reading Diamond City

General Post, Lists Lists Baby

On the Horizon | January 2020

Hi friends and happy Wednesday! One of my bookish resolutions for 2020 is to become more intentional with my reading without stifling the ability to choose books on a whim, so I'm going to start posting semi-regularly about books I'm hopeful to pick up in the near future. This doesn't lock in anything concrete and… Continue reading On the Horizon | January 2020

Reviews

The Night Country

Book Title: The Night Country Author: Melissa Albert Pub Date: 01/07/2020 Series: The Hazel Wood #2 Genres: YA Fantasy, Fairy Tale Goodreads 5 STARS Amazon Pre-Order Link SYNOPSIS: In The Night Country, Alice Proserpine dives back into a menacing, mesmerizing world of dark fairy tales and hidden doors. Follow her and Ellery Finch as they learn The… Continue reading The Night Country

Reviews

Review: Crown of Coral and Pearl

Title: Crown of Coral and Pearl Author: Mara Rutherford Series: Crown of Coral and Pearl #1 Genres: YA, Fantasy Fiction Pub Date: 8/27/19 4 STARS Goodreads SYNOPSIS: For generations, the princes of Ilara have married the most beautiful maidens from the ocean village of Varenia. But though every girl longs to be chosen as the… Continue reading Review: Crown of Coral and Pearl

Interviews, Reviews

Lightning Round w/ Derek Milman

Hello fellow readers and welcome to my favorite segment, Lightning Round! I’ve realized with the growing community of book reviews and related content posts that it’s difficult to fit in reading all of the things we want to. After brainstorming in an effort to connect readers with authors in a more personal way, I came… Continue reading Lightning Round w/ Derek Milman

Reviews

Mini Review Monday: 6/4

Happy Monday friends! After a week away traveling and visiting family, it's wonderful being back and spending some time blogging. I'm continuing along with my journey to bring down not only my NetGalley TBR, but the overall amount of unread books I have on my shelf and it's coming along nicely. I have two mini… Continue reading Mini Review Monday: 6/4

Author Q & A, Interviews

Lightning Round w/ Gillian French

Hello fellow readers and welcome to my newest segment, Lightning Round! I’ve realized with the growing community of book reviews and related content posts that it’s difficult to fit in reading all of the things we want to. After brainstorming in an effort to connect readers with authors in a more personal way, I came… Continue reading Lightning Round w/ Gillian French

Read. Watch. Review.

Read. Watch. Review. -The Hunger Games

Hey Gang! Welcome to our very first Read. Watch. Review. segment. Sam and I decided to choose an older, yet uber popular novel-to-screen adaption, The Hunger Games, as our first pick and I'm thrilled that we did! While Sam had read this one years ago, I had only seen the movies as they were released,… Continue reading Read. Watch. Review. -The Hunger Games

General Post

NetGalley Update: April 2018

Hey gang! Happy mid-month of April; sorry for the weirdly specific greeting, but I wanted to squeeze in a NetGalley Update while I was thinking of it. I haven't done many content posts this month because my reading/reviewing mojo has been so on point, but I promise I'll get back to them soon. ❤ I've… Continue reading NetGalley Update: April 2018

Reviews

Review: See All The Stars

Book Title: See All The Stars Author: Kit Frick Series: None Genres: YA, Contemporary Fiction, Suspense Goodreads Pub Date: 08/14/18 4 STARS It’s hard to find the truth beneath the lies you tell yourself. Then: They were four—Bex, Jenni, Ellory, Ret. (Venus. Earth. Moon. Sun.) Electric, headstrong young women; Ellory’s whole solar system. Now: Ellory… Continue reading Review: See All The Stars