My October TBR

Decided to finally do a TBR where I will only read books from this pile for the whole month of October! Celebrating all my spooky needs during my birthday month. Books listed above are all mystery/thriller/Spooky themes and I am so excited to get into the season! The books I will be reading are: House…

[Book Review] Scars Like Wings

Title: Scars Like Wings Author: Erin Stewart Pages: 372 Genre: Contemporary, Slice of Life Rating: 5 out of 5 stars This is an Advanced Readers Copy. That means that this is not the final version of the book. Therefore, facts and quotes are subject to change in the published book. Release date: 10/01/2019 Ava Lee is…

10 Ways To Afford Being A Book Blogger

I get constant questions on how can I afford being a book blogger and how much did it cost to get all of those books. Now, the books pictured above are only the ones in my TBR cart but I am proud of them because I’ve barely spent any money on them! I now want…

[Book Review] Furyborn

Title: Furyborn Author: Claire Legrand Pages: 470 Genre: Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Romance Rating: 5 out of 5 stars We follow two girls each with their own storyline. First is Rielle Dardenne, who we learn might be the prophisezed Queen but no one can know this. She has had to keep her powers a…

[Unboxing] October 2019 Owlcrate

Now presenting: The September Owlcrate box!  Theme: Fear The Night Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Owlcrate is a monthly subscriptions box that runs for around $35 a month. Each month is a different theme and comes with a signed hardcover in every box. You will always get your money’s worth, it’s just a matter…

[Book Review] The Silvered Serpents (The Gilded Wolves #2)

Title: The Silvered Serpents (The Gilded Wolves #2) Author: Roshani Chokshi Pages: 368 Genre: Young Adult, Mystery Rating: 4 out of 5 stars This is the second book in a series. You should probably read the first book, The Gilded Wolves, to fully understand this review. This is an Advanced Readers Copy. That means that…

[Book Review] Nevernight

Title: Nevernight Author: Jay Kristoff Pages: 448 Genre: New Adult, Rating: 5 out of 5 stars One of my top reads of the year! Mia Corvere knows darkness, she knows it quite well. When she is finally told by her master that she must go on to train with the, Mia will go on a…

[Book Review] Technically, You Started It

Title: Technically, You Started It Author: Lana Wood Johnson Pages: 374 Genre: Middle Grade, Rating: 3 out of 5 stars This is an Advanced Readers Copy. That means that this is not the final version of the book. Therefore, facts and quotes are subject to change in the published book. Release date: Currently Available This book…

[Book Review] How To Make Friends With The Dark

Title: How To Make Friends With The Dark Author: Kathleen Glasgow Pages: 411 Genre: Young Adult, Slice of Life, Grief Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars “Here is what happens when your mother dies.” Grace “Tiger” Tolliver started out her day like any other normal teenager. Going to school, hanging out with her best friend,…

[Book Review] Girls of July

Title: Girls of July Author: Alex Flinn Pages: 468 Genre: Contemporary, Young Adult, Slice of Life Rating: 4 out of 5 stars A perfect summer read. This book follows four girls, Britta, Meredith, Kate, and Spider, and their journey of self discovery as they all find themselves taking a break from life in a cabin…

[Book Review] Sorcery of Thorns

Title: Sorcery of Thorns Author: Margaret Rogerson Pages: 453 Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult, Adventure Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Elisabeth Scrivener, an apprentice in training at the Great Library of Summershall. But this is no ordinary library, it contains ancient, magical books known as grimoires and it is Elisabeth’s job as an apprentice to…

[Book Review] House of Salt and Sorrow

Title: House of Salt and Sorrow Author: Erin A Craig Pages: 400 Genre: Young Adult, Mystery Rating: 4 out of 5 stars So I started out reading this book as an E-book ARC that I was reviewing for Netgalley. Then, a certain book box arrived with this gorgeous book and I literally squealed. I really…