• YA FANTASY,  YOUNG ADULT

    [BOOK REVIEW] Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare (The Last Hours #1)

    “We do not get to choose when in our lives we feel pain,” said Matthew. “It comes when it comes, and we try to remember, even though we cannot imagine a day when it will release its hold on us, that all pain fades. All misery passes. Humanity is drawn to light, not darkness.” Finally. After having waited for over 6 years, when I first finished reading Clockwork Princess, Chain of Gold is here. After having read some things about the characters in already published books/novella’s in the shadowhunter chronicles, I was super stoked and ready to dive into this one and then hopefully fall in love with a new…

  • MONTHLY FAVORITES

    [MONTHLY FAVORITES] 2018 re-cap

    Normally I write down a couple of my favorite reads each month, in this monthly favorites article. Today I’m going to look back to 2018 entirely and write down 1 favorite of each month, so 12 books in total. Curious to see which books ended up on my favorite list this year? Continue reading… In the first 6 months I’ve read more (paranormal) romance books than as I did (YA) fantasy, so you’ll be seeing quite some romance favorites in this list. Aside from romance, the rest of my favorites are all ya fantasy books, which isn’t surprising to me in the least since that’s one of my fave genres…

  • PARANORMAL/FANTASY ROMANCE

    [BOOK REVIEW] Seasons of Sorcery, a Fantasy anthology by Amanda Bouchet, Grace Draven, Jeffe Kennedy & Jennifer Estep

    Back in November this fantasy anthology was released – November 13th – and today is the day I’ll be sharing my reviews/thoughts/feelings on the four short stories inside this Fantasy anthology. One of the authors, Amanda Bouchet, approached me and asked if I’d be interested in reviewing this anthology that she had co-written alongside 3 other authors: Grace Draven, Jeffe Kennedy and Jennifer Estep. Of course I accepted immediately because 1. It’s Amanda Bouchet and I want to read everything that she writes – yes, even down to her grocery list 😉 I am that obsessed with her amazing writing, lol. 2. I already read and loved some of Grace…

  • FRIDAY FIRSTS,  YOUNG ADULT

    [FRIDAY FIRSTS] Seasons of Sorcery by Amanda Bouchet, Grace Draven, Jeffe Kennedy & Jennifer Estep

    I was in search of a Friday meme article and came across this one over at Tenacious Reader’s blog and fell in love at the spot. | What kind of article is Friday Firsts? | It will feature the first few sentences/paragraph of my current book and my first impressions as well. It’s meant to be a quick and easy way to share a bit about what I am reading, and I would love to hear others join in sharing their current reads as well. The format is really simple. Include a quote. Include first impressions, it will not be a long drawn out analysis of the text or grand speculation of what…

  • YA FANTASY,  YA RETELLINGS,  YOUNG ADULT

    [BOOK REVIEW] a Curse so Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer

    HOLY BGJDHBFGHJBDFGH… this book is fantastic! Where have you been all my life? This is how you write re-tellings folks! *be prepared, this is going to be a long review, LOL Since there are already so many BatB re-tellings out there, I’m always a bit skittish to start a new one even though I love them in general. But a lot of them aren’t really original and surprising anymore, to be honest. a Curse so Dark and Lonely is one of the few who hit all the right checkboxes for me though! It’s original and surprising, entertaining, enthralling, addictive and magical. I couldn’t have wished for more awesomeness. This was…

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