This Week’s Prompt: Top Ten Books I Read in 2015 10. The Raven Boys Because I had so many feels… for so many reasons… for so many characters…that I don’t even know where to start. 9. The Unfortunate Decisions of Dahlia Moss Because I laughed throughout the book and thoroughly enjoyed all the nerdiness that … More Top Ten Books of 2015 That Are Sure to Knock-Your-Socks-Off (Because I’m Still Looking For Mine)
Thanks Trisha Ann @ The Bookgasm for tagging me! I managed to sneak this one in in the nick-of-time. (Haha, get it?! “Nick” of time. It’s almost like “Nic”, which is what some of you call me. Nope, I’m still not funny.) 1.What is your favorite thing about autumn? I love everything about … More The Autumn Book Tag
Dark Triumph is Book #2 in the His Fair Assassin Series by Robin LaFevers. I honestly tried to keep out spoilers of the first book, but seeing that I hate spoilers, I’d hate to be the person to spoil book #1 for you. If you haven’t read “Grave Mercy” yet, turn back now, I beg of … More Dark Triumph | Too Much History Not Enough Beast
I’ve always loved to read, but this year after setting my heart on writing my first manuscript I found myself turning to reading even more during my oh-too-frequent writing slumps. As I searched for new books, I realized that I had been missing out on a TON of great books. (*Deadpans* No surprises, there.) I’m … More Ten Authors That Were New to the Slowest Penguin in the Reading Game (Yes, I’m Talking About Myself)
Today, I’m doing The Pastry Book Tag, wherein I compare the most delicious books I’ve devoured to some delicious pastries (some of which I have no clue how they taste, lol). … More The Pastry Book Tag
“And since we’ve no place to go, let me read, let me read, let me read…” *sigh* I’ll get these songs right one of these days. Until then, join me as I cuddle up with the Fall Time Cozy Book Tag! … More “Oh, The Weather Outside is Frightful, But My Book is So Delightful”
There are a lot of debut books and authors I’m looking forward to reading next year. Two of the authors who I’m featuring today, I’ve had the great pleasure of virtually meeting and having great conversations with. This Week’s Prompt: Top Ten 2016 Debuts Novels We Are Looking Forward To Teach Me to Forget by Erica … More Seven 2016 Book Debuts To Get Excited For
I’ve travelled a lot thanks to growing up in a military family. Suffice to say, I love to travel. I love learning about new cultures, trying new food and sight-seeing. But I also love getting to explore the world through books when it’s physically impossible for me to travel. I enjoy seeing the world through other people’s lens. … More “I Can Show You The World” (In Books)
“If I Stay” took my heart and metaphorically ripped it from my chest, then proceeded to stomp on it for the duration of the book. I know that sounds awful but this book did so many things to my feels that despite ugly crying the whole way through, I absolutely loved it. There were so … More If I Stay |My Heart Isn’t Strong Enough For Contemporaries
Commencing fangirl review in three…two…one…
All the stars!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This book deserves all the stars! … More Gambit by C.L. Denault | A Raving Fangirl Review
Villains. I love to hate them. And oftentimes, (okay every damn time) I hate how much I love them. *shrugs unapologetic* What can I say, I have a soft spot for villains. As my 4-year old attests, “they’re just misunderstood”.
But let’s be fair here, a story just isn’t complete with a full fledged villain. … More “The Wonderful Thing About Villains Is, Villains are wonderful things…” Wait wrong song.
I’m a total sucker for romance in the books I read, and YA is my go-to genre when I want to fall in love all over again. … More Ten YA Quotes That Give Me Too Many Feels
Jesse @ Books at Dawn tagged me for this because he knows how much I adore making all sorts of lists. Guys, I’m not even kidding, this is like my thing! I make lists for everything. I even make lists for how I plan to relax … More TBR Book Tag
Adaptations I Will Probably Never Watch, But I Keep Telling Myself that I Will When they’re on Netfilx … More Reading the book is never enough for the true fan, sitting through the movie adaptation is merely phase two of the “Ultimate fangirl/fanboy” transformation process
Everything about this book is perfect. Bardugo gives us a thief, a spy, a Grisha Heartrender, a runaway, a convict and a sharpshooter. Who doesn’t love an anti-hero? … More Six of Crows | Book Review + Free iPhone Wallpapers
Synopsis A story of a Jewish survivor of Hitler’s Europe and his son, a cartoonist who tries to come to terms with his father’s story and history itself. How can I write a review of a book that broke my heart time and time again? Seeing this story in this way is wholly disarming. … More Maus Part I | Book Review
Every book dragon in the history of ever knows what I’m talking about. You just finished reading the book to end all books when you realize *gasp*, the sequel doesn’t come out for another YEAR … More Ten Authors That Need To Hurry Up Already
Despite some small weaknesses in writing style, I found the concept of the story to be very unique. The Queen is strong and fearless. She is an example of determination that we need more of in the fairy tale genre. … More The Sleeper and the Spindle | Book Review
This week’s topic is a Halloween Themed Freebie. So naturally I took this as my cue to bust out the most badass, most gorgeous, most daringly sexy bookish costumes I could find. … More Who Said Books Weren’t Sexy?
Welcome back to another Top 10 Tuesday, an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is 10 Wishes I’d Ask The Book Genie To Grant Me. Now, if only there were an actual genie that could make all my bookish dreams come true. I don’t know, I grew up on Disney … More Ten Bookish Wishes