• Book Blitz/Tour

    Blog Tour: Tweet Cute

    My Thoughts: I want to start this review off by stating this book lives up to its title and is absolutely cute as can be. So much of this story is fun, sweet, and…

    January 16, 2020
  • Waiting for Wednesday

    Waiting For Wednesday: Faith

    So like pretty much most of the world I loved Julie’s Dumplin’ so very much and love the way she writes Fat and Plus Sized characters. She also just writes such great stories so…

    January 15, 2020
  • Book Review

    REVIEW: Come Tumbling Down

    My Thoughts: This was probably my most anticipated release in January, technically only beating Dark and Deepest Red because I was lucky enough to get an Advance Reader Copy of it. It is no…

    January 14, 2020
  • Book Review

    REVIEW: Reverie

    My Thoughts: I was so pumped for this book, so pumped in fact that I froze completely when it came out in early December. I wanted to read it right away but also what…

    January 13, 2020
  • 77 Saturday

    Seventy-Seven Saturday: Four Dead Queens

    ‘I’m sorry,’ I said, wringing water from my hair. ‘Mackiel told me to steal from you.’ I shrugged. ‘So I did. It’s nothing personal.” Page 77 Snippet – Four Dead Queens I literally have…

    January 11, 2020
  • Book Blitz/Tour

    Blog Tour: You Too?

    My Thoughts: I think the first thing I want to say is I wish there was no need for a book like this. I wish we lived in a society that the stories contained…

    January 7, 2020
  • Book Review

    REVIEW: The Poet X

    My Thoughts: I have to say I’m pretty wary of slam poetry publications as sometimes the rhythm that is vital to it’s beauty just doesn’t translate. So a whole novel written in slam poetry…

    January 6, 2020
  • 77 Saturday

    Seventy-Seven Saturday: The Poet X

    Tonight after my showerinstead of staring at the parts of myselfI want to puzzle-piece into something else,I watch my mouth memorize one of my poems. Page 77 Snippet – The Poet X What a…

    January 4, 2020
  • Book Review

    REVIEW: Book Love

    My Thoughts: This wee little book of funny comics was a Christmas Gift and I was so delighted. Both because I hadn’t heard of this book, I don’t pay much attention to comics outside…

    January 2, 2020
  • Random Rambles

    2020 Blog Goals

    Here in New Zealand where I live, it’s the first afternoon of 2020 and I have been ruminating on my blog and what I want to achieve. I’m so proud of what I have…

    January 1, 2020
  • Monthly Wrap Up

    End Of Year Wrap Up

    Wow, 2019 is nearly over! Today is the last day and tomorrow will be a new year. I think that it is a time of year that conjures up a lot of emotions and…

    December 31, 2019
  • Book Review

    REVIEW: Middlegame

    My Thoughts: There are very few books out there that evoke a feeling of unease and confusion while reading them. These are books that you know once you have finished them you are going…

    December 30, 2019
  • 77 Saturday

    Seventy-Seven Saturday: Highway Bodies

    Now the news broadcast is fuzzy and it says there were minor explosions in town, caused by rioters, and I feel like my skulls been hollowed out. Because I don’t know why they’re telling…

    December 28, 2019
  • Book Review

    REVIEW: The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo

    My Thoughts: THIS BOOK! So I kept seeing this book around and thought yeah, classic Hollywood style faux memoir/tale, it’s my thing but meh, not now. I knew it was queerish but not sure…

    December 27, 2019
  • Book Tag

    Blog Tag: End Of Year Tag

    I found this tag on Destiny’s blog, and you should definitely go check out her post, and her blog in general as it is an amazing blog! It’s getting to be that time of…

    December 24, 2019
  • Book Review Giveaway!

    GIVEAWAY: Madness Of Sunshine

    Today I bring you something different, not only my review of Nalini Singh’s debut thriller A Madness of Sunshine but also I am giving away one copy of the US edition hardcover, as I…

    December 23, 2019
  • 77 Saturday

    Seventy-Seven Saturday: Winterwood

    When Willa was sixteen, she stood on the shore of Jackjaw Lake and wept into the shallow water. Her tears filled the lake until it overflowed – muddying the banks and turning the lake…

    December 21, 2019
  • Book Review

    REVIEW: The Bone Houses

    My Thoughts: This is one of those cases that when I got this book in my September Owl Crate I hadn’t really heard of it. Because of how busy my life was at the…

    December 19, 2019
  • Readathon

    #StartOnYourShelfathon: My Goals

    I am absolutely thrilled to be joining this year-long readathon with CW of the Quiet Pond. I have at the moment of writing this post 180 unread books on my TBR that I haven’t…

    December 17, 2019
  • Book Review

    REVIEW: Crier’s War

    My Thoughts: There are very few times that a review of a book hypes me up as much and this review hyped me for this book. This is one of the few books I…

    December 12, 2019
  • Book Tag

    Summer Sweatalong Book Tag

    I discovered this tag recently on Doddy About Books blog and thought it was perfect. I have a love-hate relationship with summer: I love the light airy outfits I get to wear. I hate…

    December 10, 2019
  • Book Review

    REVIEW: The Toll

    My Thoughts: This was one of my most anticipated reads this spring and it honestly did not disappoint. Also, I am so happy to no longer include this book in my Dystopian novels with…

    December 9, 2019
  • Book Review

    REVIEW: Dark and Deepest Red

    My Thoughts: I cannot even begin to tell you exactly how much I love this book. Which really should not surprise you as Anna-Marie McLemore is the deity of Magical Realism. Their writing style…

    December 5, 2019