2019 releases · romance

Wow, So I Love These Characters: The Risk by Elle Kennedy

Elle Kennedy knows the way to my heart. Sorry for being MIA this past week - school is hard, man. I have barely been reading and I honestly did not have a minute to spare, so I wasn't able to write blog posts. But I had a bit of a down time (like two days,… Continue reading Wow, So I Love These Characters: The Risk by Elle Kennedy

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2019 releases · YA

Country Stars, Friendship and My Soul Shattered: Famous in a Small Town by Emma Mills

I have told you on numerous occasion how much I love and adore Emma Mills. I think she writes the best YA contemporary out there and her books totally made me fall back in love with the genre. I have read all of her books (there are 4 but still) and I have loved every… Continue reading Country Stars, Friendship and My Soul Shattered: Famous in a Small Town by Emma Mills

2019 releases · fantasy · YA

Court Politics, Awful People and Stress: The Wicked King by Holly Black

“Kiss me again,” he says, drunk and foolish. “Kiss me until I am sick of it.” Did anyone doubt I was gonna use that quote? No one did. I read The Cruel Prince last year and really loved it. It was on my end of the year favorites, despite my 4-star rating and somewhat complicated… Continue reading Court Politics, Awful People and Stress: The Wicked King by Holly Black

2019 releases · Misc

I Am Overwhelmed by New Releases and Now You Will Be Too: 2019 Book Releases I Am Excited About

So many good books are coming our way.  2019 is really going to be a blessed year for new releases and I am so excited for it! All of these new releases being announced and all of you shouting at me about them has made my list of books to look out for extensive, and… Continue reading I Am Overwhelmed by New Releases and Now You Will Be Too: 2019 Book Releases I Am Excited About

2019 releases · short stories

Myths, Storytelling and Reclaiming Agency: A Cathedral of Myth and Bone by Kat Howard

"The story knows the way of its telling." I have said on numerous occasions - I have a lot of trouble with short stories. I have only ever been impressed with a couple of short stories, and more often find them tiresome and not consistent enough to be liked as a whole. I always fall… Continue reading Myths, Storytelling and Reclaiming Agency: A Cathedral of Myth and Bone by Kat Howard