Hello there, fellow bookworms! As you all know, much to our luck, there are hundreds of piles of magical words printed out every month, words strung together to create worlds , characters and stories that have the power to alter us forever. Alas, we cannot have them all, but thanks to Goodreads’ upcoming releases list […]Read More February New Releases To Look Out For
Title: Everything in Between Author: H. N. Smith Publication date: January 25th 2018 〈ARC generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review〉 About This Book “Eli’s stories never included girls, just an abusive father, a willfully ignorant mother, and absent siblings.” This YA contemporary debut novel follows the story of seventeen year […]Read More ARC Book Review: Everything in Between by H. N. Smith
On Thirsty for a Book Boyfriend Thursdays we will give ourselves the permission to liberally and unapologetically fangirl and thirst over our favorite fictional boyfriends (or girlfriends) ever. Every Thursday I will dedicate it to one and announce the character for next week’s post! If that character I announce happens to be one of your book crushes, you can participate in one of these ways…Read More Thirsty for a Book Boyfriend Thursday: Kaz Brekker
When I have a lot of things on my mind, stress is high and there’s little time to read, I try to pick up light novels that are easy to read and that are guaranteed to help me unwind and relax. The books listed below have been favorites of mine for that precise reason.Read More Top Five Romantic Comedy Books That Will Make You Laugh Out Loud!
If you were to spy through a crack of their door or even look through the window for a few seconds, you’d see a perfectly functional family. However, if you peered inside for more than a few minutes, you could spot and feel the slightest tension among them, see the tired and resentful looks from Mom to Dad, hear the sharp and demeaning retorts from Dad to Mom; if you were to enter their house and live in their world for a few 300 pages like Niederhoffer allows the reader to do, you would see the jealousy and secrets that threaten to tear Cass’ and Ryan’s marriage apart, the resentment and guilt boiling under the surface and something far more dangerous that will cause Cass, and the reader, to wonder if she is losing her mind.Read More Book Review: Poison by Galt Neiderhoffer
Hi, my lovely bookworms! ♥ I’ve missed you so much. Apologies… I want to start this post by apologizing for my unplanned and unannounced hiatus from the blog. I didn’t realize December was going to be such a busy month for me and the time I usually set aside to work on Books & Love was […]Read More 2017 Year in Book Review Tag, apologies, and belated Christmas wishes.
Hello, beautiful bookies!!! Happy Top Ten Tuesday! This week’s prompt is: Bookish Settings I’d Love To Visit. This was a hard one for me because I often ask myself “If I had the ability to go inside any book and explore the setting, which one would I choose?” and the answer is usually a really […]Read More Top Ten Tuesday : Bookish Settings I’d Love to Visit
Hello, beautiful bookies Wishing you all an awesome week ahead! I might be a little late on announcing this but I’ve decided to participate in 12 Days of Blogmas hosted by the lovely Swetlana over at The Caffeinated Bookworm. Here are the 12 prompts: Day One: A Love Letter To Your Favorite Book Of The Year […]Read More 12 Days of Blogmas: A Love Letter to Your Favorite Book of the Year
Title: Air and Ash Author: Alex Lidell Published by: Danger Bearing Press About the Book “True balance is striven for but never achieved…The journey itself is the greatest of things.” The first in the Tides series, this YA fantasy book follows (in first POV) the young princess of the Ashing Kingdom, Nile Greysik, as she sails […]Read More Book Review: Air and Ash (Tides #1) by Alex Lidell
Hello, fellow bookies! The time has come to face my TBR pile. I’m sorry, Books That I’ve Left Unread, your time will come. As you probably saw in my November wrap-up post, I did not advance much due to lack of time and the fact that I read three books that weren’t in my list […]Read More December TBR