[MONTHLY FAVORITES] 2019 Re-cap

    In the monthly favorites article, I normally put down a little list at the beginning of a new month, telling you guys about my favorite reads in the month before. Seeing I haven’t read much this year yet, I’ll be doing a re-cap of each month’s favorite read in 2019 – I posted a similar article like this last year in which I showed my 2018 favorites > Click HERE to read it. Thanks to @novelheartbeat I’m able to put the favorites in a nice looking template, as you can see on the left. I’ll definitely talk some more about each book down below as well. I’ve read a total…


    [BOOK REVIEW] Kill the Queen by Jennifer Estep (Crown of Shards #1)

    “Summer queens are fine and fair, with pretty ribbons and flowers in their hair. Winter queens are cold and hard, with frosted crowns made of icy shards.” Holy crap on a cracker, this was one hell of an enjoyable reading experience! I feel so lucky to have come across this author, thanks to Amanda Bouchet who gave me the opportunity to read an anthology a couple of months ago with a novella by Jennifer Estep in it. This first book in a new fantasy series was everything I could’ve wished for and more! Gladiator meets Game of Thrones: a royal woman becomes a skilled warrior to destroy her murderous cousin,…


    [FRIDAY FIRST] a Promise of Fire by Amanda Bouchet (the Kingmaker Chronicles #1)

    On Friday I always have this bookish meme in which I feature my current read and dive into it a bit more. I came across this article over at Tenacious Reader’s blog and fell in love at the spot, and I’ve loved writing this article so far. | What kind of article is Friday First? | 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…


    [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…


    [MINI REVIEWS] #7 and #8 of Ghosts of the Shadow Market by Cassandra Clare and others

    A friend of mine, Isa from the Bookdutchesses, was reading the Ghosts from the Shadow Market novella’s and was telling me about how some of the novella’s are linked to the TDA books. So by saying this she basically talked me into reading them as well asap. Originally, I was planning to read them when the entire printed book would be released in 2019. But she had me so excited that I decided to not wait any longer. So when I started reading these novella’s, I was really enthusiastic because of Isa’s enthusiasm and of what she told me about the novella’s already. And of course because of the character…


    [BOOK REVIEW] Fighting for what’s his by Laura Kaye (Warrior Fight Club #2)

    Some of you might know by now how insanely in love I am with Laura Kaye’s books so you can imaaaagine how I must’ve felt when I received my e-arc of this book on the Kindle before its release! Seriously; I feel so very honored to be a part of her review-team this year. That’s an experience I’ll always treasure. So thanks to Laura and Franci, I was able to read this e-arc, which I received in exchange for me leaving an honest review. first thoughts that sprang to mind after finishing this book; – UNPUTDOWNABLE – BEAUTIFUL – ENGAGING – FUNNY – ADDICTIVE – LAURA KAYE AT HER BEST,…

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