Oh heyyyy everyone, and happy Thanksgiving! Yes, yes, I accidentally hiatused again, and it was because of darn Day Job again. But not to worry – my travels are completed for now, so I’ll be back at blogging regularly again. Which is good, because I love it and missed it! And after that? I’ll jump back on the bookstagram train, because that was fun as well and I’ve missed that too. Anyway! I was supposed to post this review earlier this week as part of the blog tour, but then, as I was finishing up the book, I realized… that I really didn’t like it. So I decided to hold off until later on so I could be totally honest with y’all. And here we are!
So, the premise of this one. It’s a doozy, so prepare yourself.Read More »
Friends! I’m super excited to be part of this blog tour! Fragments of the Lost by Megan Miranda is a super interesting concept for a book, and I’ll be reviewing it in the near future. Enjoy these details, and don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway at the end of the post!
This is SO late (sorry!), but I’m so excited that I’m part of the Ready for Wild blog tour! I absolutely loved this book, and I’m pumped to write this review on it! I better not delay anymore – go buy this book! It’s so good!
I have some book reviews to catch up on, so buckle up, buttercups! I’m going to try to get as many written and posted in the next couple weeks as possible. So here we go – I’m going to continue this little spree with Haven by Mary Lindsey, which I’ve been talking about for a couple months already, so I was so ready to actually read the book (which is out today, by the way!). I hate to say it, but I was… disappointed. I’ll get into it, though.Read More »
Welcome to the blog tour for Dear Martin, by Nic Stone, presented by Rockstar Blog Tours (don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway at the end of the review)! I’m so excited to be a part of this, because this book is so so good. I’ll be recommending it for years to come, and it’s a great companion to The Hate U Give, which was also published this year and was also fantastic. So, without further ado, I’ll get right into this gem of a book.