July ’17 Haul & Wrap-up

Since last month was such a heavy haul, I went easy on the bank this month and stuck pretty well to my "nothing but kindle sales" book ban. I only purchased one physical book, and a few ebooks; the rest were ARCs and giveaway prizes! My reading this month was awesome, though, so I'll start with … Continue reading July ’17 Haul & Wrap-up

The “I Messed Up” Book Tag

First and foremost, my inner tag klepto has once more surfaced; alas, I was not tagged in this one. That said, the person who I'm stealing borrowing it from is Steph @ Stephanie's Novel Fiction, and her post totally says anyone can tag themselves, so here we are! A character appearance that you misread or imagined … Continue reading The “I Messed Up” Book Tag

The Black Cat Blue Sea Award

What a fun award tag! I was lucky enough to be nominated for this one by both Alex @ Coffeeloving Bookoholic and  Lily at Cheeky Booky! They both have wonderful blogs, so do check them both out when you're finished here! “This award is for bloggers who strive to write for everybody, and no matter how many … Continue reading The Black Cat Blue Sea Award

Book Beginnings: All the Crooked Saints

* Book Beginnings is a meme hosted by Rose City Reader, where every Friday, bloggers post the first sentence (or few sentences) of their current read, as well as their first impressions of the book! * This week, I’ll be highlighting one of my current reads, All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater. You can hear a … Continue reading Book Beginnings: All the Crooked Saints

The Art of Starving – Sam J. Miller

"That's one of the more infuriating bugs in the human software. You can have two ideas that are total opposites and believe them both completely." Since this is a book about eating disorders, I'll go ahead and warn that my review on its own could potentially be triggering. I'll add full content warnings for the … Continue reading The Art of Starving – Sam J. Miller

Top 5 Wednesday: Series That Got Better

* Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme/challenge for book bloggers, hosted by Lainey and Sam. The goal is for bloggers to choose their top 5 picks for the week’s given challenge, and you can find out more over on Goodreads! * This week's challenge is to pick 5 series that started off not so strong - maybe downright awful, maybe … Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday: Series That Got Better

This is How it Happened – Paula Stokes (ARC Review)

“Where does seeking justice end and seeking vengeance begin?” I really enjoy books that offer a unique social commentary, especially when it’s relevant to modern times, so I jumped at the chance to read this book. It touches on cyber-bullying, the social media jury phenomenon, and more, as well as some ever-relevant morals, such as … Continue reading This is How it Happened – Paula Stokes (ARC Review)