What I’ve been reading lately

Hey all! Since I plan to be reviewing a lot less, but still want to talk about all the books I'm reading, I thought it would be fun to do a little recap What I've Been Reading:  Here are some standout books I've read this past month or so. I loved them all so, so … Continue reading What I’ve been reading lately

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My Most Anticipated Releases for 2018 – so far // January – July

Hey all - it is officially 2018! So weird. I really liked 2017, actually, but I'm also excited for 2018 - and all its exciting new releases. I'm not going to lie. Most of my 2017 most-anticipated releases were a big fat disappointment, but I'm holding out hope for this year - there are some … Continue reading My Most Anticipated Releases for 2018 – so far // January – July

5 Classics I Really Should Have Read By Now // Failed attempts + childhood trauma.

Hi! Today I'm linking up with Top Ten Tuesday @ The Broke and the Bookish. Today's theme was "Back to School Freebie," so I'm pretending this list fits that theme. It was inspired by it, though, so maybe that counts? xD. I'm completely hopeless at reading classics. It's funny, though, because I was actually pretty … Continue reading 5 Classics I Really Should Have Read By Now // Failed attempts + childhood trauma.

7 Historical Fiction Book Recommendations for people who don’t read Historical Fiction

Hey! I'm linking up with Top Ten Tuesday @ The Broke and the Bookish for today's post. The theme was "10 Book Recommendations for __." Obviously, there are not ten suggestions in this post, because 1) the number 7 is so much better than the number 10 and 2) there is a tragic scarcity of YA … Continue reading 7 Historical Fiction Book Recommendations for people who don’t read Historical Fiction

A Face Like Glass by Frances Hardinge // There really is such a thing as true love

A Face Like Glass by Frances Hardinge Rating: 547890107 (million) Stars Release Date: May 2, 2017 Genre: YA Fantasy In the underground city of Caverna the world's most skilled craftsmen toil in the darkness to create delicacies beyond compare. They create wines that can remove memories, cheeses that can make you hallucinate and perfumes that … Continue reading A Face Like Glass by Frances Hardinge // There really is such a thing as true love