Echo North by Joanna Ruth Meyer [review] *screaming intensifies*

Echo North?? DO YOU MEAN, ECHO "MORE" because I want more of this book? Subscribe if you want more high-quality puns. I put time and effort into them. For example, I spent at least 3 seconds thinking about that Echo More pun. Also, this book is seriously underrated and I've seen very little hype for this book?? Even … Continue reading Echo North by Joanna Ruth Meyer [review] *screaming intensifies*

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The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi [blog tour] literally the most gorgeous, lyrical writing to ever exist

  People: Shakespeare's writing is so good!!! Me: literally Roshani Chokshi exists but ok Seriously, um, who allowed Roshani Chokshi to write like this because somehow or some way she has clearly harnessed the power of the gods and gone beyond mortal boundaries. This is not okay. This should not be allowed. This will be a … Continue reading The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi [blog tour] literally the most gorgeous, lyrical writing to ever exist

My Goals for 2019 (ft. the books I need to read this year)

Will I accomplish these goals? Probably not. I was going to make this post analyzing my goals for 2018 and then setting my goals for 2019, but then I realized that I didn't actually make any goals for 2018 so that's coooooool. (clearly, I'm so good at blogging) These goals are going to be a … Continue reading My Goals for 2019 (ft. the books I need to read this year)

Ignite the Stars by Maura Milan [review] hey wow i love this book so much oh my god

I'm not sure how I'm going to encapsulate all of my love for Maura Milan into a review, but... I'm going to attempt it?? Everything about this book was amazing, and I'm unbelievably excited for the sequel (which is called Eclipse the Skies doesn't that literally sound epic) Also, this review is coming at you around three/four … Continue reading Ignite the Stars by Maura Milan [review] hey wow i love this book so much oh my god

Ace of Shades by Amanda Foody [review] (This was amazing?? One of my favs??)

I think I've said this 500 times on the internet already but: the only bad part of my experience was seeing the left side get smaller and realizing this book would end. This is the same exact reaction I had with The Forbidden Wish, where I realized... wow i'm in love with this book and i … Continue reading Ace of Shades by Amanda Foody [review] (This was amazing?? One of my favs??)

How Being a Book Blogger Affects My Reader Life

Book blogging is life-changing. Well, maybe not life-changing for everyone. But it's definitely changed my reading life significantly, for a number of reasons. Not all of them are good. In fact, a lot of them include me crying over books but let's ignore that!!!  i know a LOT of the anticipated releases. If I wasn't a … Continue reading How Being a Book Blogger Affects My Reader Life

Nemesis by Brendan Reichs // This Whole Book is Too Complicated For My Brain

I'd like to give an award for the coolest premise ever to this book.  The main character, Min, gets killed every two years on her birthday. And also a meteor is threatening to destroy the earth. Like??? When I first heard about this book, I was just like Nemesis is so... complicated and THOSE PLOT TWISTS. I'm … Continue reading Nemesis by Brendan Reichs // This Whole Book is Too Complicated For My Brain

Types of Bookstagram Accounts (Feat. My Opinions on Each One)

I love all things aesthetically pleasing. I like to please my eyes, okay?? Don't judge me?? Sometimes there are things that are just /that/ aesthetically pleasing that I can just stare at them for DAYS AND DAYS and never get tired and I just??* Bookstagramming is not for ANYONE, of course! You should feel free … Continue reading Types of Bookstagram Accounts (Feat. My Opinions on Each One)

The Valiant by Lesley Livingston // Give Me All the Gladiators, Obviously

Me @ Gladiators and Augustus Caesar and Julius Caesar and also the whole Roman empire: I LOVE IT. ...Guess what this book is about. OBVIOUSLY, ALL OF THOSE THINGS. I mean, one of the Caesar's has a cameo in this book for like, five pages I guess, but it still has the Roman empire. This … Continue reading The Valiant by Lesley Livingston // Give Me All the Gladiators, Obviously