TBRs and Wrap ups

December 2019 Wrap Up // Christmas, End of Yearathon, and hitting my Goodreads goal

Folks, I had a fast-paced December. I went to a blogging event, took part in a readathon, and celebrated Christmas and new year. I read nine books in December, which was a good high to finish the year on. The Poppy War // 4 stars // Hardback/Audiobook After putting this on hold for about 10… Continue reading December 2019 Wrap Up // Christmas, End of Yearathon, and hitting my Goodreads goal

Book Features

Library Loves // Interview with a teen librarian

As part of #LibraryLoves month, today is Library Day; a day dedicated to promoting and supporting libraries. So for Library Day, I’m delighted to be sharing an interview with Rachel @Recitrachel, who is a librarian for teens in Chicago, USA. 1. Thanks for agreeing to this Q&A! Tell us a bit about you!  Hello! I’m… Continue reading Library Loves // Interview with a teen librarian

Announcements · features

Announcement: Library Loves // A whole month dedicated to supporting your library

Honestly, it was a struggle not to title this post “Library Loves: WE STAN LIBRARIES.” It’s not a well-kept secret that I love libraries. I visit my local library as often as possible to borrow books, chat to the librarians, and browse new releases. When I go travelling, I’ll sometimes spend hours researching the city’s libraries… Continue reading Announcement: Library Loves // A whole month dedicated to supporting your library

TBRs and Wrap ups

February TBR (Shortest month, longest reading list?)

Hey guys! Hope you’re having a good week! Mine involved bowling, having 52 tabs of job applications open and crying because I finished The Musketeers and Voltron all in one day. So pretty great all in all. I always intend to post my TBRs on the first day of each month, but this isn’t always… Continue reading February TBR (Shortest month, longest reading list?)

Book Reviews

Book review: With Malice by Eileen Cook

[Spoiler free] Hope you all have your oven gloves ready. Because I’m about to roast this. “Why is it they say you always hurt the ones you love? Because you know exactly how to do it.” This story follows Jill, a high school student who wakes up in hospital with no memories of the past six… Continue reading Book review: With Malice by Eileen Cook

Book Reviews

Book review: The Girl from Everywhere

“I bit my lip to keep it from trembling; he’d let me go a long time ago. After all, you can only hold one person tight if you’re holding on with both hands.” The Girl from Everwhere was the last book I managed to finish for TBRTakedown 4.0, and after reading the synopsis I was hoping… Continue reading Book review: The Girl from Everywhere