Top Ten Tuesdays

Most Anticipated Book Releases for the First Half of 2020

It's time for another Top Ten Tuesday and this one was an especially fun one to write! Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly listing book meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl where you list your top ten responses to the prompt. This week, we are tasked with talking about our top ten anticipated reads for the first half of the year, which for me meant January through June releases...

Book Reviews

Book Review: “The Silvered Serpents”

EEEK!!! I can't believe I am writing this review right now! I won a giveaway that this marvelous author hosted on her Instagram a few months ago and it included an ARC (Advanced Readers Copy) of the next book in The Gilded Wolves trilogy. I only read the first book a few months ago and loved it (if you haven't read it then you can see my recent review of it here), so as soon as I got the sequel in the mail I was ready to read...

Random Writing

The Most Beautiful Naked Hardback Books EVER (in my opinion)

I have a strong love for the feeling that comes when you take the dust jacket off of a hardback book and there is a beautiful design on the book. It always feels slightly magical, like I found something extra special that not everyone has seen. Since it is currently the holidays, a most magical time of year, I thought it would seem fitting to share some beauty with the world (but of course, related to books). So without further ado here are my favourite naked books!...

Monthly Wrap-Ups

Monthly Wrap-Up November 2019

Hello everyone! I hope you had a wonderful November and are ready to get into the holiday spirit (put on that Pentatonix music!). This month has been the best month of blogging for me since I started back in 2017 and I am so thrilled that more people are enjoying my posts and that I am feeling so inspired to write! This was also a great reading month for me today so let's get into another du-du-du-du-du-du MONTHLY WRAP-UP!...

Book Reviews

Review: The Gilded Wolves

I borrowed this book from the library several months ago now--during my summer holidays--and I read it promptly, but I haven't been very proactive in writing the review for it. Luckily, I take notes after finishing a book so that everything I want to write about it is fresh down on the page for me to revisit. Before I get into a new review, I figure I might as well catch myself up and write the ones I've been putting off. So, here I am drinking peppermint tea and freaking out about this intricately gorgeous cover that holds an even more intricate and gorgeous story...