Spellbook of the Lost and Found – Moïra Fowley-Doyle (ARC Review)

“What will you let go of? What can you not afford to lose?” I had heard literally nothing about this book or the author when I requested it from PRH’s First to Read program. All I knew, going into it, was what you can read on the GR synopsis, and that it had an intriguing cover. ✘ […]

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#TheReadingQuest TBR

I have recently developed a bit of an obsession with reading challenges, but some challenges are similar enough that I can’t keep them separated! #TheReadingQuest doesn’t have that problem. It’s adorable and unique, and I have been so excited to share it with you guys! What makes this reading challenge unique is that it covers […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Book Beginnings: Daughter of the Burning City

* 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, Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody! I peek […]

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Sharing Sam – Katherine Applegate

This honestly should be a 2-star review, but I spent so many years loving this book that nostalgia won’t let me go below 3. 💔 I first picked this book up back in 2005, I think, and I loved it. I reread it six or seven times over the next decade, but this was the […]

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Top 5 Wednesday: Outside of the Western World

* 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 five books that are not set in or inspired by the Western world […]

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