• 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…

  • FRIDAY FIRSTS

    [FRIDAY FIRST] the Valiant by Lesley Livingston (the Valiant #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…

  • YA FANTASY,  YA RETELLINGS,  YOUNG ADULT

    [BOOK REVIEW] Blood and Sand by C.V. Wyck

    Even though it’s been a while since I’ve read this book, April 2018, I think this is one of those underrated YA books that I feel like needs way more love and attention. That’s why I decided to publish my Goodreads review on the blog. The one that I wrote in April 2018. I’ll basically put down the review as it was published on my Goodreads page, but I’ll add some nowadays insights as to how I feel about the book now as well. Sometimes, my opinion on a book changes over time when I’ve had more time to think on it etc. But this is one of those books…

  • YA FANTASY,  YOUNG ADULT

    [MINI REVIEWS] #3 and #4 of Ghosts of the Shadow Market by Cassandra Clare and others

    As I said in my prior written article in which I’ve written down 2 mini reviews on #1 and #2 in the series: I’m always a bit skittish about the novella’s in the shadowhunter chronicles to be honest. Since Clare co-writes them with several other authors it sometimes – especially in the beginning with the Bane Chronicle novella’s – was really palpable you know? that she was co-writing these stories instead of writing everything herself. I was ‘missing’ something more often than not when reading some of the early novella’s. And I mean, as I said already; Especially when reading the Magnus Bane chronicles this was really palpable to me.…

  • YA FANTASY,  YOUNG ADULT

    [MINI REVIEWS] #1 and #2 of Ghosts of the Shadow Market by Cassandra Clare and others

    I’m always a bit skittish about the novella’s in the shadowhunter chronicles to be honest. Since Clare co-writes them with several other authors, it sometimes – especially in the beginning with the Bane Chronicle novella’s – was really palpable you know? that she was co-writing these stories instead of writing everything herself. I was ‘missing’ something more often than not when reading some of the early novella’s. And I mean, as I said already; Especially when reading the Magnus Bane chronicles this was really present to me. Some of those novella’s were a bit of a letdown, to be honest. When reading the Tales from Shadowhunter Academy I have to…

  • COVER REVEAL

    [COVER REVEAL] Lines by Anna B. Doe

    I got the opportunity to read and review an arc of this book – review will go online on November 22nd – as well as being a part of the cover reveal for this book. I’m really excited to share it with you guys since it’s a book I’m really excited about. | ABOUT THE BOOK | Title: Lines Genre: YA sports romance Release date: November 23rd Cover Designer: Najla Qamber from Najla Qamber Designs Senior year. Three girls. Three guys. Hockey and rivalry. Mean girls and friendships. Old loves and new chances. One more year of being invisible. One more year to win it all. The countdown begins. Senior year can’t come…

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