I’m noramlly not a big TBR person, because I’m usually a mood reader and the self-imposed pressure of reading a certain book in a timeframe that I might not actually want to read stresses me out. Which I why in 2020 I started (and really enjoyed) doing a yearlong TBR of some books that have been on my shelves for way too long.
More mini reviews from books I’ve enjoyed to varying degrees over the last few weeks. Continue reading
I’m noramlly not a big TBR person, because I’m usually a mood reader and the self-imposed pressure of reading a certain book in a timeframe that I might not actually want to read stresses me out. Which I why last year I started (and really enjoyed) doing a yearlong TBR of some books that have been on my shelves for way too long.
I’m not trying to stress out about reading or making big goals for the year so there will only be a few posts this week. I love discovering new authors, but finding authors whose writing you fall in love with is something special, so here are 5 authors that I’ve read a limited amount from in the past and desperately want to read more from this year. Continue reading
Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Release Date: August 28, 2018
“Every woman is never enough; she’s always too much. We angered someone, somewhere, for our too muchness.
If to be too much is to be a witch, then I am a witch, and we are all witches. I told this to the other girls, and I heard them all whisper back yes, because to be a witch means our too muchness serves a purpose: it gives us power.”
If you’re like me then you LOVE anthologies! I love getting to see a bunch of authors come togehter and see their take on a single topic. Anthologies are also a great way to discover new authors who you might’ve missed! So here are 5 authors I want to read because I loved their stories in an anthology. Continue reading
Author: Natalie C. Parker et al
Release Date: December 19, 2017
Now this might be an unpopular opinion, but I don’t really have a problem with love triangles. Knowing a book has a love triangle doesn’t immediately turn me off the book, so I came into this anthology excited to see how these authors executed this divisive trope, but I wasn’t necessarily looking for a complete reinvention or trope subversion. That said, some of the stories in Three Sides of a Heart bring a fresh new take to the love triangle that was a lot of fun to see. Continue reading