The Christmas Countdown has probably already started for some of you, and this week’s Top Ten Tuesday let’s your friends and family know some of the bookish items you’ve been spying throughout the year! I know I bookmark A TON of bookish merch throughout the year. Here are some of my favourites, maybe you’ll like them too! Continue reading
Publication: July 31st 2018
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Pages: 384 pages
Genre: Fiction, Mystery, Young Adult, Thriller, Contemporary
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤
“Pain isn’t supposed to teach you anything. It only exists to hurt you,” (Thomas, 5).
I’d been looking forward to reading The Cheerleaders by Kara Thomas for a while. It was the cover that got me, I love me some minimalism and the beige with the cheerleading skirt and splashes of blood sold me on it before I even knew what the story is about. Continue reading
Happy Top Ten Tuesday! I’ll be honest, this week’s theme stumped me a bit and I’m still not sure if I got it right. I’ve seen the term Backlist Books used around some book blogs I follow, but I’ve never really understood what they are. A quick google search told me that they are older books that publishers are ready to give out to people. So for this week’s list I went through some books I’ve always wanted to read but don’t own. Hopefully I’m doing this right! Continue reading
Publication: August 28th 2018
Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Pages: 480 pages
Genre: Fiction, Short Story, Anthology, YA, Paranormal
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤
“You understand the truth, though, don’t you? The most terrifying thing in the world is a girl with power. That’s why they watch us burn,” (“Why They Watch Us Burn, May, Elizabeth 392).
This anthology has been popping up on my bookstagram for quite a while and as a lover of all things witchy and feminist and anything that combines the two, I was excited to get my hands on it. I remember reading a lot of paranormal YA anthologies when I was in high school and was excited to see how much they’ve changed since then Continue reading
Monthly Wrap-Up is a book meme hosted by Bookidote.
Well, another month has come and gone and it looks like it’s time for another Monthly Wrap-Up! I actually read quite a lot this month, a lot of really good reads, and I hope to reach my fifty book goal by the end of the year which means A LOT of reading in November! Continue reading
Happy Halloween, it’s time for another Library Loot bookworms! This week I got A Room Away From the Wolves by Nova Ren Suma and Broken Things by Lauren Oliver, some creepy reads this week, which is kind of a bummer because it’s literally the last day of October. But November is a dreary month, so hopefully these books will fit in. Continue reading
Happy Halloween! Since this week’s Top Ten Tuesday is a freebie, I chose to take a look at my favourite creepy books. Some of them are horror, some of them are just unsettling either in tone or subject matter, but I love them all and maybe you will too! Continue reading
Publication: September 25th 2018
Pages: 480 pages
Genre: Fiction, Adult, Science Fiction, Fantasy
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤⛤⛤
BEWARE! HERE THERE BE SPOILERS!
Marcella was so fucking tired of nice,” (Schwab 267).
Vengeful was definitely my most anticipated book of 2018 and it did not disappoint! I haven’t waited as long for the last (next? Please write more in this world Schwab!) book in the Villains series, I only read Vicious earlier this year forcing myself to wait so I could have matching covers for Vengeful’s release. But even waiting those few months for Vengeful was torture, but definitely worth the pain. Continue reading
Movie Alert is a book meme hosted by me to show trailers for different book to movie/tv show adaptions. Feel free to use it, just make sure to credit my blog!
Hello bookworms! Could it really be time for another Movie Alert!/Trailer Thursday? It is!
I don’t know if this technically counts since Sabrina the Teenage Witch started out a t.v. show, but this new Netflix miniseries is based on the graphic novel series The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina so I’m counting it! Continue reading