January Wrap-Up

It might be a mixture of a lot of things happening in my life, really delving into my art (five pieces!!), and hitting a book that I struggled with, but this was a very disappointing month for reading. I really only read one book, and haven't even finished it. Sad, I know. The Excalibur Curse... Continue Reading →

January TBR

We are starting off a new year and another month of reading! It's both exciting and daunting at the same time, so as I usually do I start off soft with my reading and goals. -The Excalibur Curse by Kiersten White -Finnikin of the Rock by Melina Marchetta -The Curse Workers by Holly Black (Bindup)... Continue Reading →

December Wrap-Up

December was a busy month, just not for reading. Instead I ended up cleaning, cooking, and taking care of my family. So in lieu of a successful end to the year I’m working on the content and setup for the next year. -The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes -The Hawthorne Legacy by Jennifer Lynn... Continue Reading →

January Wrap-Up

Hoping to start strong this year, I picked some books I knew would help jumpstart my reading and build some excitement for other books I hope to read in the coming months. Maybe this will be a good sign for the months ahead? How the King of Elfhame Learned to Hate Stories by Holly BlackThe... Continue Reading →

January TBR

We are finally in a new year, and I’m excited to start new reading challenges and work on new goals! There are also a number of books that I am looking forward to reading, so this month is the beginning of the fun for sure. How the King of Elfhame Learned to Hate Stories by... Continue Reading →

Top 5 2020 Anticipated Releases

We are starting another fabulous year, and with that comes scores of new books! There's something fun and exciting about looking at the year's lineup of books and discovering which ones you can't wait to buy! The below top 5 are already being planned to preorder, or preordered, so I'm apparently really pumped this year!... Continue Reading →

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