TBR TANTRUMS

TBR TANTRUMS

Weekly Check-In I'm at that stage in the year when literally everything on my TBR is not satisfying my bookish cravings. Does anyone else get like that? Like, you just stare at your mountain of books and think, meh I don't want to read anything. That's the point I am at currently. I was doing [...]

UNPOPULAR OPINION: Should book bloggers get paid for reviews?

UNPOPULAR OPINION: Should book bloggers get paid for reviews?

I've always wondered why there is such a negative connotation towards book bloggers who get paid for reviews. I understand that many people think that being paid then ensures (read: bribes) the blogger to write a good review, but honestly, let's start to move away from that kind of understanding. Let's be honest, unless you [...]

The Fierce Woman in Nalini Singh’s Guildhunter Series #fiercefemalereadsfebrurary

The Fierce Woman in Nalini Singh’s Guildhunter Series #fiercefemalereadsfebrurary

If you have been following me for a while, either through my blog or my Twitter, you may have an inkling as to my overwhelming and whole-hearted love for the author Nalini Singh. One of the most impactful characters she's ever written would have, in my own opinion, to be Elena Deveraux of the Guildhunter [...]

ADULT FICTION #REVIEW: A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness #magic #supernatural

ADULT FICTION #REVIEW: A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness #magic #supernatural

If Twilight was written better and for a more mature audience and, of course, if Bella was a witch. This is what you would get. ... I want to preface this by saying that I literally had to force myself not to write this review immediately after completing Discovery of Witches. Not entirely because I liked [...]

what are we?

what are we? fighters with no one to fight, wars that aren't our own. working ourselves to the bone the neverending story, on repeat.   will it ever change? sometimes i sit small, curl myself up, contemplating the earth that i won't witness. to busy being dead.   think about it. our lives are so [...]

SAVE THE DATE BY MORGAN MATSON REVIEW: Reading Tour AU

SAVE THE DATE BY MORGAN MATSON REVIEW: Reading Tour AU

... Think of chaos and then multiply that by thirteen and you have the setting of Morgan Matson’s new YA novel, Save the Date. Charlie Grant is in a state of longing - that is, she can’t wait to spend the entire weekend with all of her siblings at the family home. Yes, it’s for [...]