Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin's Press for providing me with an eARC of the book. One of my most anticipated reads of the year and so far my favourite read of the year, Casey McQuiston's debut novel, Red, White & Royal Blue, follows an enemies to lovers romance plot between the son of the first female... Continue Reading →
Coming at you a bit late due to the business of my May the 4th day, I present my review for the first book in the X-Wing Series by Michael A. Stackpole and Aaron Allston!
After a hectic month of personal-life turmoil and this general vibe of this book taking forever to get through, we have finally reached the end of Heir of Fire.
One of the big focuses readers have these days is the Goodreads Challenge Tracker. Every year, countless lovers of books set their annual goals for how may books they want to read, some only setting a goal of a single book to take the pressure off, and some challenging themselves with goals of 100 books... Continue Reading →
This review is brought to you by Penguin Canada and Tundra Books. Thanks to the publishers for providing me with copies of the first two MEGABAT books.
For my stop on the blog tour for The Beauty of the Moment, I decided to come up with a list of similar books, specifically my top 5 books about fitting in and finding your place in the world.
It's the second checkpoint for the #TWOTOGCountdown read-a-long! By now I hope that everyone participating has had the time to get up to the end of Chapter 28. If you haven't, beware of the spoilers below!
March wasn't a very good month. I let my anxiety get the best of me and as a result I made a lot of mistakes and wasted a lot of my own time. I only finished one of the several books I was hoping to get to and really only read three books total. Not... Continue Reading →