October Wrap Up: the month of books blowing past my expectations

Overall this month was full of surprises as all these books were so amazing! I highly recommend all of them! Also I got to read some really good "spooky" or strange reads! Winterwood By Shea Ernshaw I thought this was a beautifully written witchy fairytale perfect for Halloween or winter. I highly recommend reading it … Continue reading October Wrap Up: the month of books blowing past my expectations

Most Likely Review: friends, senior year, and maybe a little love

Yessssss. What a fabulous girl-friend cast. I am a huge fan of The Bold Type television show, which Sarah Watson is the writer for. So, I was SO excited to read this book. Also, one of my favorite booktubers loved it. So, as the cover reveals, this story follows four different friends as they tie … Continue reading Most Likely Review: friends, senior year, and maybe a little love

Sisters of Sword and Song: sisterhood, alternative ancient Greece, and magic

If I've said it once, I've said it maybe only once or twice before--but I love Greek mythology. I was already interested in this story of two sisters with different strengths, and then I heard it took place in alternative ancient Greece, and I HAD to read it. It did not disappoint. This book packs … Continue reading Sisters of Sword and Song: sisterhood, alternative ancient Greece, and magic

Blood & Honey Review: such beautifully flawed characters

You can read my review of the first book of the trilogy, Serpent & Dove, here. I believe that a character's flaws are what makes them beautiful and believable. I don't need a perfect heroine. I need a flawed heroine who is strong despite her flaws and grows as a person. Lou and Reid are … Continue reading Blood & Honey Review: such beautifully flawed characters

The Hate U Give

https://videopress.com/v/3yvXqSHW?preloadContent=metadata I've mentioned before that I'm not an audiobook gal. I have a hard time listening while doing other things in my life. (I'm not great at multitasking). I really can only listen to an audiobook when I'm alone and traveling whether it be walking or driving. This summer I would often make short drives … Continue reading The Hate U Give

Dry: Because I needed another end of the world book

I listened to the Barnes and Noble podcast where Neal and Jarrod Shusterman discussed this book, and I was immediately hooked. Shusterman does an amazing job with dystopia, and so I just knew he'd do an amazing job with the drought apocalypse. And they did an amazing job. https://videopress.com/v/bx3TAizu?preloadContent=metadata I can't decide if this book … Continue reading Dry: Because I needed another end of the world book