I am so excited to write this post. For day 12 of Blogtober, I'll be sharing some of my favorite books that have ghosts! I have a few that I can think of off of the top of my head that I'm very excited to share with you all. Let's start! City of Ghosts by… Continue reading Blogtober: Ghost Books!
For day 5 of Blogtober, I'll be talking about The Steel Prince graphic novel bind up that was published this year, the second book I read for the #Villain-A-Thon! I love anything to do with V.E. Schwab's Shades of Magic world, so I'm glad I finally got around to reading this. The Steel Prince Graphic… Continue reading Blogtober: The Steel Prince by V.E. Schwab (Review)
Hey, and welcome back to day 4 of Blogtober and another monthly reading wrap up! I read 7 books in September, which is 3 short of what I was aiming for but it's still a good amount! Now that I have a part time job I know it will significantly decrease but sometimes I surprise… Continue reading Blogtober: Reading Wrap Up- September (2019)
My 18th birthday was on Friday, and it's so surreal! I can vote now! I'm too old to participate in my library's summer reading program! I could move out tomorrow if I wanted! I am officially classified as an adult. For my birthday, I got 8 books! Six of them I bought with money I… Continue reading Birthday Book Haul!
A while back, a friend texted me asking for some good books for a book club she was starting with a few friends, ages ranging from 16 to 22. She said there were no restrictions and no genre requests, they all just wanted something diverse for their group and were open to anything. So I… Continue reading Book Club Picks!
I have been wanting to read this book for months since I heard it was coming out. When it finally did, I didn't have any money. I was eventually able to buy it when it went on sale as an e-book, because it was a contender for the 2017 Goodreads Choice awards. I finally got… Continue reading Book Review: Because You Love To Hate Me Anthology: Edited by Amerie
I just want to start this off with a trigger warning for anyone who has issues with death/suicide. This book does deal with and talk about suicide, but only for the first couple chapters of the book. (Planning one, enacting one, talking about it, etc. But only for an experiment, not because they're suicidal.) OFFICIAL… Continue reading Book Review: Vicious by V.E. Schwab