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{Mini Reviews} The Fantasy Edition

Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson All sorcerers are evil. Elisabeth has known that as long as she has known anything. Raised as a foundling in one of Austermeer’s Great Libraries, Elisabeth has grown up among the tools of sorcery—magical grimoires that whisper on shelves and rattle beneath iron chains. If provoked, they transform into… Continue reading {Mini Reviews} The Fantasy Edition

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The Best & the Brightest: My Favorite 2019 Releases

Hello friends! If you're a part of the book-blogging community, and/or if you have a Goodreads account, I'm sure you've heard about the Goodreads Choice Awards, a yearly readers' choice (😂) award where we are supposed to be celebrating the best books of 2019. Of course, this could be a great thing, however, there have… Continue reading The Best & the Brightest: My Favorite 2019 Releases

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The Most Hyped Books on My TBR (+ Why I Haven’t Read Them)

The sole reason this post was made is so y'all can encourage me to read - or abandon - these books, so please don't let me down, friends. For today I wanted to do something I haven't really done before - I'm taking a look at the most hyped books on my tbr, and sharing… Continue reading The Most Hyped Books on My TBR (+ Why I Haven’t Read Them)

Bookish Discussion

Getting Wordy: Have YA Prices Gotten Out of Hand?

Hello friends! I'm a bit worried about posting this discussion, because it's a broad, slightly controversial topic, and it's always scary to share your two cents about something like this. As you've probably gathered from the title, today's post will concentrate on the price of events, swag, and other items or content that relates to… Continue reading Getting Wordy: Have YA Prices Gotten Out of Hand?

Wrap Up

2019 October, Where I Read a Lot.. but Why Was It All Disappointing!? 🙄

Hello, friends! Despite my fears of being bored of wrap ups, I'm here and not about to abandon this feature (yet) so today, you're being treated to all I've read, watched, and did in October. And of course, I'm not about to leave out mentioning some of the most outstanding blog posts I read this… Continue reading 2019 October, Where I Read a Lot.. but Why Was It All Disappointing!? 🙄

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Why I Love Market of Monsters by Rebecca Schaeffer

Hello friends! I'm so stoked to be sharing this post today, because it's about Rebecca Schaeffer, aka one of my favorite authors, and her Market of Monsters series. Before we get into it, I've done similar posts for Talia Hibbert, Alyssa Cole, and Lucy Parker three romance authors I love to the moon and back.… Continue reading Why I Love Market of Monsters by Rebecca Schaeffer

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7 Lighter, Non-Spooky October Reads

Hello friends! Lots of us love to be scared shitless by books, right? But we shouldn't forget about those who enjoy reading Halloween-appropriate books during October, but are not comfortable reading scary or dark novels. Our very own Ruzi tends to shy away from anything creepy, but she loved doing Spooky October in the previous… Continue reading 7 Lighter, Non-Spooky October Reads

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The Creepiest Apartments Await You in Lock Every Door by Riley Sager

No visitors. No nights spent away from the apartment. No disturbing the other residents, all of whom are rich or famous or both. These are the only rules for Jules Larsen's new job as an apartment sitter at the Bartholomew, one of Manhattan's most high-profile and mysterious buildings. Recently heartbroken and just plain broke, Jules… Continue reading The Creepiest Apartments Await You in Lock Every Door by Riley Sager

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Would I Stay in a Haunted House Overnight? 👻 (+ Book Recommendations)

Hello friends! If you've read my Spooky October opening post, you'll know that I'd planned to post five times during the rest of October. Well, surprise! I'm here with an extra post today, and it's one I'm incredibly excited to share. Imagine "bitch" with the nicest, softest possible meaning, of course. Before we get into… Continue reading Would I Stay in a Haunted House Overnight? 👻 (+ Book Recommendations)

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7 Unreliable Narrators You Don’t Want To Miss

Love them or hate them, unreliable narrators can make a book 1000x more fun. There's something so captivating about a person who might be lying through their teeth while pretending to be completely transparent. Don't get me wrong, not every unreliable narrator is skillfully written - but they don't deserve a bad rep just because… Continue reading 7 Unreliable Narrators You Don’t Want To Miss