Oftomes Publishing Company was nice enough to allow me review Coral and Bone by Tiffany Daune, pre-publication, in exchange for my review. This is my first review and cannot thank Ben and his company enough for allowing me to review this book. Coral and Bone is an urban fantasy by Tiffany Daune, released today! (Happy … More Non-Spoiler Book Review: Coral and Bone
I know, it’s been awhile since my last blog post, and I am terribly sorry! Books are always a constant in my life, but sometimes outside of that, I can’t always update my accounts. Especially lately. I am not trying to make excuses, but I just want to let you all know where I’m at. I see a lot of people who struggle with the push and pull of this dilemma. Do I re-read even though my TBR pile is so large? Or, I can’t re-read BECAUSE my TBR pile is so large, or even, I don’t get why people re-read books they’ve already read. I’m going to show you my list of why I re-read as to better help you talk yourself into re-reading (if needed), deciding what to re-read, or understanding why people re-read … More 6 Reasons Why I Re-Read and You Should Too + Life Update
It’s officially May so that means its time for another book haul! I didn’t do too bad this month, seeing as it was my birthday month. I didn’t buy many books for myself, knowing I’d get a few from friends and family. I rang up at total of 12 books … More April Book Haul
I’ve posted a few entries here and there, and they’re definitely posts I’m happy with, but I haven’t been consistent at all. As I get more and more serious about my bookish career I want to start new-ish and what better way than to start the spring off with a New Book Blogger Tag. Without … More Newbie Book Blogger Tag
Let’s be honest with ourselves, most of us buy books knowing we probably won’t get to them, but we can definitely hope that one day we won’t have any books on our TBR. One day!
That was my winter. From December to February I bought or received a total of 29 books. Here we go! … More Winter Book Haul
WARNING: LONG POST
When I was growing up Young Adult meant two things; epic fantasy tales that transported you to far away lands and mushy-gushy contemporary reads that were perfect for those sunny summer days spent on the beach with your friends. That was it.
I recently came back to it and found – to my excited surprise – YA now included mysteries. My two loves have come together and I’m going to share them with you. … More YA Expanding Into the Mystery Genre
Welcome to my blog and my very first blog post. This is where I’ll be posting book reviews, hauls, and all the little stuff in between that is too long for Instagram. If you’ve been a part of the book community for a little bit, you’ll notice that a lot of us reread series in the month of December. The holiday month is reminiscent of coziness and familiarity which is perfect for snuggling up with a favorite book. The go-to is usually Harry Potter, which is a great choice…. … More First Blog Post and 5 Alternative December Reading Marathons