mid year book freak out tag | 2021

thank you amy @ a fangirl’s opinion for tagging me in the mid year book freak out tag! i was meaning to do this a while ago, but got busy. firstly, i’ll share some stats? so far, i’ve read 46 books this year. considering, i only got back into reading again at the end of april, i think this is […]

falling, by tj newman

i received a free copy of falling, by tj newman, in exchange for an honest review, thanks to simon and schuster au. star rating my initial review was 5 stars, however i think it’s fair to lower my rating based the discussion relating to representation of kurdish people. please see the bottom of this post for more information. falling review […]

blog tour | fairies and frosting by christina bauer

Guest Post – How I Write – My 9-Step Process By Christina Bauer, author Guest Post – How I Write – My 9-Step Process By Christina Bauer, author As part of the launch tour for my new book, FAIRIES AND FROSTING (Magicorum #7), the lovely folks at Your Bookish Fiend have asked me to share my writing process. As many […]

dragon lake, by r.l. davennor

i received a copy of dragon lake, via audiobook, from the author in exchange for an honest review. star rating review can we take a moment to discuss how beautiful the cover for dragon lake is 😍😍😍 the colours, the font, everything! firstly, the story itself was so refreshing compared to other fairytale retellings. this one was much darker than […]

robin’s hood, by jacque stevens

star rating robin’s hood review to say i enjoyed robin’s hood is an understatement. i loved it. this book gave off so many bbc robin hood (2006) vibes, and i’m totally here for it! it was a fun, lighthearted read. i really enjoyed the length of the book, being shorter than a regular novel, which made it so much easier […]

becoming brooklyn, by amanda deich

thank you to xpresso tours and the author for providing me with a digital review copy of this book. Becoming Brooklyn Summary: Becoming BrooklynAmanda DeichPublication date: January 5th 2021Genres: Contemporary, Science Fiction, Young Adult Eighteen-year-old Brooklyn never knew her father. Rex Blackburn died in the 9/11 attacks four months before she was born. And even though she never met him, […]

the fae of bitter thorn 2 & 3, by kay l moody

today, i’ve decided to combine these two reviews into one post to make it easier for people to read. here’s my review of the frist book, court of bitter thorn. castle of bitter thorn star rating review after having read the 3rd one already, i can confidently say this is the best book so far in the series. There were […]

cover reveal | the breath between waves

The Breath Between WavesCharlotte Anne HamiltonPublished by: Entangled EmbracePublication date: August 9th 2021Genres: Adult, Historical Romance Penelope Fletcher gave up everything to board the RMS Titanic. Forced to travel to America for her father’s new job, Penelope left her home in Scotland, her beloved grandmother, and even her girlfriend, who promptly got engaged to someone else. Heartbroken, Penelope isn’t looking […]

wrap up | june 2021

welcome to my monthly wrap up post! here, you’ll find everything that happened in june, including: an unhaul, what i read, blog posts, and my writing. haul: netgalley: never saw me coming story origin: court of bitter thorn libro fm: the maidens malibu rising giveaway before you knew my name bought earth’s end read in june: (links are to goodreads […]

a deal with the elf king by elise kova

star rating review to say i enjoyed this book is an understatement. i read the entire thing in two sittings, in less than half a day. the characters were fun to read about, i loved luella from the beginning. it took me a bit to get used to eldas, but i eventually warmed up to him. willow was one of […]

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