Cress Review

Cress by Marissa Meyer #3 of The Lunar Chronicles Stars: ★★★★★ Okay, to say this review is long long long long long overdue would be a great HUGE understatement. What has it been, like 6 months? The second term of my year was just not great for me, so I wish I could have gotten it … More Cress Review

June LGBTQA+ TBR

Hello everyone and happy Pride month!! Although every day should be Pride day, this month I am planning on only reading LGBTQA+ books to support all of our stories! Although of course I will be making sure to read diversely year round, especially since I belong to this lovely community! So here is my June … More June LGBTQA+ TBR

March TBR

Wow hello, is this really me you ask? (It is by the way, I have not yet been kidnapped and replaced with my evil doppelganger). I know it’s been over a month since I’ve posted on my blog, and I apologize for that. This term has been super busy and messy and I still have 1000 … More March TBR

Top Ten Tuesday – Top Ten Books I’m Looking Forward To For The First Half Of 2017

Hello hello again all bookworms! It’s another Top Ten Tuesday, held weekly by The Broke and the Bookish, and this week’s theme is Top Ten Most Anticipated Books of 2017, essentially. I’ll be putting this list in chronological order, as that makes the most sense to me, so here we go! Title: History Is All You … More Top Ten Tuesday – Top Ten Books I’m Looking Forward To For The First Half Of 2017

Top Ten Tuesday – Top Gifts to Buy for the Book Lover

Hello everyone! So this is my very first Top Ten Tuesday post and I’m very excited about it! The original idea is from The Broke and the Bookish, so thank you to them for hosting this  meme and creating new prompts for each week! I’m very excited to start doing these weekly posts, and they … More Top Ten Tuesday – Top Gifts to Buy for the Book Lover

Scarlet Review

Scarlet by Marissa Meyer Stars:  ★★★★★ (4.5/5) As you can probably guess, I devoured Scarlet right after Cinder. I thought it really lived up to the first book, and you can already tell Meyer is becoming more comfortable with her voice, even with new characters introduced. Meyer really knows how to craft a new world, and … More Scarlet Review