Blog Tour: Hurricane Summer by Asha Bromfield || a review + a Q&A with the author!

'You're never too old to explore where you come from, Tilla. Remember that.' Hi friends, and happy Sunday! I hope you all have been doing really well these past few weeks (considering I kind of accidentally disappeared for a month). I'm so excited to be participating in my first ever Blog Tour, and even more … Continue reading Blog Tour: Hurricane Summer by Asha Bromfield || a review + a Q&A with the author!

Let’s talk about Six of Crows (ft. me freaking out about the Shadow & Bone adaptation)

Hi friends, and happy Wednesday! I think we can all agree that we have our favorite books and series, and then we have our favorite books and series. And sure, favorite and favorite are the same exact word, but our favorite books are the ones that are just a tier up. They're the stories that … Continue reading Let’s talk about Six of Crows (ft. me freaking out about the Shadow & Bone adaptation)

ARC Review || Lore by Alexandra Bracken (consider this my declaration of love for Miles)

My name will be legend. Hi friends; Happy New Year! I am so unbelievably excited to bring you my first review of the year, and even more thrilled that I get to share with you the genius that is Lore by Alexandra Bracken. I read my first Alexandra Bracken book back in 2015, and I … Continue reading ARC Review || Lore by Alexandra Bracken (consider this my declaration of love for Miles)

Book Review || Instant Karma by Marissa Meyer (I want a sea otter)

I believe I'm a good person. But what if I'm not? Hi friends; happy Wednesday! Earlier this year, I discovered the absolute magic that is The Lunar Chronicles (I wrote about that adventure here!) and very quickly fell down the Marissa Meyer rabbit hole. Imagine my excitement upon finding out that the same woman who … Continue reading Book Review || Instant Karma by Marissa Meyer (I want a sea otter)

Book Review || Swamp Thing: Twin Branches by Maggie Steifvater and Morgan Beem (I need more!)

Maybe the biggest difference between humans and plants isn't whether plants think, but what they think about. Hi friends, and happy Monday! I like to think that I read across quite a few genres. Years ago, I never would've picked up a Stephen King book. And before that? I probably wouldn't have picked up a … Continue reading Book Review || Swamp Thing: Twin Branches by Maggie Steifvater and Morgan Beem (I need more!)

Let’s talk about The Darkest Minds (ft. me trying to put all of my love into coherent thoughts)

Hi friends; happy Wednesday! Like many readers across the world, when posed with the question "What is your favorite book?," I feel like a deer in headlights. I either want to name every fantastic book I've ever read, or I suddenly forget that I've ever read books in the first place. When I somehow manage … Continue reading Let’s talk about The Darkest Minds (ft. me trying to put all of my love into coherent thoughts)

What I learned from reading Percy Jackson & The Olympians for the first time as a 23-year-old

Hi friends, and happy Monday! I'm sort of a late bloomer when it comes to reading. And, for a while, I felt left out because I hadn't yet experienced those big, life-altering stories that were the building blocks for a lot of readers' childhoods. Those stories that readers talk about as if they're stuck in … Continue reading What I learned from reading Percy Jackson & The Olympians for the first time as a 23-year-old

Book Review || Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano (this book pulled at every single one of my heart strings)

So much could be solved if we simply held hands with each other more often. Hi friends, and happy Monday! I hope that the holiday season is treating you well and that you are enjoying all of the festivities! For me, I've been watching Christmas movies every chance I get, putting on my Micheal Buble … Continue reading Book Review || Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano (this book pulled at every single one of my heart strings)

Book Review || Call Down the Hawk by Maggie Stiefvater (we need to talk about Ronan Lynch’s character development)

Dreams are not the safest thing to build a life on. Hi friends, and happy Saturday! Since the moment I found out that we were somehow lucky enough to get a sequel trilogy to one of the greatest series I've ever known, it's fair to say that I was pretty hyped—much like the rest of … Continue reading Book Review || Call Down the Hawk by Maggie Stiefvater (we need to talk about Ronan Lynch’s character development)