Today, for my stop on The Black Veins blog tour I’m excited to be sharing a Q&A with Ashia Monet and my review of the book. Make sure to check out tour host CW’s post as well as the other posts listed below! Sixteen-year-old Blythe is one of seven Guardians: magicians powerful enough to cause… Continue reading The Black Veins blog tour // Review + Author Q&A
This is (ever so slightly) belated since we’re already 13 days into July but I’m excited to share the books I want to read for the rest of the month. And a sneaky few books that I may or may not have already read. Quite a few of these aren’t your typical ‘summer reads’, but… Continue reading July 2019 TBR // Not-so-summer reads?
Off Tangent Thoughts (OTT) is a bi-monthly meme run by Charvi @NotJustFiction that has a basic list-based format. Bloggers express their points in the form of a short or long list with the points under the list being merely a couple lines or even complete paragraphs. Here’s Charvi’s post for this week! The first prompt… Continue reading Off Tangent Thoughts // What I think about while organising my bookshelves
I’m way behind in posting this haul, but I wanted to share some of the books I got in February. I got six books in total and one of the most exciting for me was The Near Witch, because I’ve been looking forward to its re-release for ages. I was also sent Summer Bird Blue by… Continue reading Feb 2019 Book Haul // Sapphic stories and sprayed edges
This is a weekly series on my blog, where queer readers give us five of their most anticipated queer reads of 2019. New posts will be uploaded every Thursday, and each week a different reader/blogger will be featured. The ninth instalment in the series is from the lovely Kaeley @kliscruggs shares with us five queer books… Continue reading Queer readers’ 5 most anticipated LGBT+ reads of 2019 // Kaeley at Kliscruggs
March is going to be a busy month for me, as I’m heading to one of Victoria Schwab’s UK tour events (so excited!) and the Northern YA Literature festival, but I’m still hoping to get plenty of reading done on trains. The books I want to read this month are: I also want to finish… Continue reading March 2019 TBR // Reading all the fantasy books
This is a new weekly series on my blog, where queer readers give us five of their most anticipated queer reads of 2019. New posts will be uploaded every Thursday, and each week a different reader/blogger will be featured. The seventh instalment in the series is from the fantastic Hollie @Hollieblog, who is sharing five… Continue reading Queer readers’ 5 most anticipated LGBT+ reads of 2019 // Hollie at Hollieblog