Diversity Spotlight Thursday #5

The goal of this meme is to take a moment every Thursday to highlight 3 diverse books: one from your TBR, one you read and enjoyed, and one that’s not yet released! I want to give you guys an idea of the rep each book offers, but with books that are still on my TBR, … Continue reading Diversity Spotlight Thursday #5

#TheReadingQuest Update!

We're officially over halfway through #TheReadingQuest, so I thought I would give you guys a quick update on my reading progress so far! If you missed my original post about it, you can find that here, or if you have no idea what the hell #TRQ is in the first place, you can learn about … Continue reading #TheReadingQuest Update!

T10T: Hidden Gems in YA

This is a weekly tag hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and this week’s challenge is Ten Hidden Gem Books in X Genre! I decided to go with a few under-hyped YA titles for this post. If you see some titles that you don't think are under-hyped, keep in mind that I'm not basing this … Continue reading T10T: Hidden Gems in YA

An Enchantment of Ravens – Margaret Rogerson (ARC Review)

Spoiler-free review! I was gladdened by the sight of those vicious thorns more than I could say, and wondered whether the stories would have gone any differently if the princesses had been the ones telling them. A book about star-crossed lovers, art, and a fae prince who shape shifts into a raven? YES, please! ✘ … Continue reading An Enchantment of Ravens – Margaret Rogerson (ARC Review)

House of Ash – Hope Cook (ARC Review)

She felt her own solidness, and she felt the tremor of spirits all around her. Mila smiled. The house had made its first mistake. You've shown your hand. You're a thing that's alive. Anything alive can be killed. ✘ PLOT Curtis is determined to keep his head down, protect his little sister from their mentally ill … Continue reading House of Ash – Hope Cook (ARC Review)

All Rights Reserved – Gregory Scott Katsoulis (ARC Review)

“Words matter. Words make ideas. They preserve truths and history. They express freedom and they shape it. Words mold our thoughts. That gives them value and power.” ✘ plot In the future, lawyers have realized they can put copyrights on things as basic as words, and now, on each individual's fifteenth birthday, they are given a … Continue reading All Rights Reserved – Gregory Scott Katsoulis (ARC Review)

The “Get to Know Me” Book Tag

Another tag! I apologize for straying away from my normal posts and reviews a bit, but this has been one hectic week around my house, and I've been taking this desperate need to relax in some small way as an excuse to catch up on these backlogged tags some lovely people have sent my way … Continue reading The “Get to Know Me” Book Tag