Hi Dreamers! Today I’m doing my first Down the TBR Rabbit Hole post! I think this might be more helpful and entertaining than my previous TBR posts. I’ll still be doing those, too and switching it out with these ones mid-month. So it will be a surprise which one I […]
A lot of this book takes place in Phury’s head and his need to escape using drugs. the book also mentions heroin as one of Phury’s attempts to escape his own mind. It had a VERY different feel to the rest of the series because instead of the brotherly love we feel with other characters’ books, Phury alienates himself from everyone. He’s losing everything and Ward does an excellent job of showing us how addiction works and how heartbreaking it can be.
It’s April! that means that both Book Ending Spring and Camp NaNoWriMo are happening all month! (This also means I won’t be sleeping all month!) I thought with my planner post this month that I would tell you all my goals for these two great events and a little about them if you wanted to join me on my insomniac journey.
Hi dreamers! So this is my first ever wrap-up post and I’m so excited. I think I’m going to merge my wrap-up with my picks posts to do just a nice ending to each month! This month (and year) has been a bit of a whirlwind TBH. I’ve got a […]
Today I want to talk about books that changed my life. These are books that either inspired me to write, made me read more, made me think, or made me see the world in a completely different way. A lot of them are ones I read as a child because that’s when we are most susceptible to those feelings of everything clicking into place, I think. So here we go!
The word “burnout” is thrown around quite a bit, and we all have a vague idea of what it means. It’s that feeling of mental and physical feeling of exhaustion that comes with being overwhelmed by work, school, family, friends, etc.
Well. Hot. Damn! J.R. Ward has done it again and made me absolutely fall head over heels for her characters. Now to be fair, I have a huge soft spot for Butch.
Hi dreamers! I stole this from Other Worlds Reviews and we has such vastly differant answers that I had to try it myself! Author you’ve read the most books fromTamora Pierce. Without a doubt, I’ve read nearly every book she’s written (Tempest and Slaughter is on my TBR list). Best sequel […]
Trigger and content warning: This book contains graphic depictions of sexual situations and also depictions and discussions of sexual assault and rape. Lover Awakened by J. R. Ward Series The Black Dagger Brotherhood (Book 3) Genre Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal, Vampires, Romance Publisher Signet Goodreads Buy Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, […]
Hi dreamers! I’m here with another To Be Read post for you all of the books I mean to read in the short term future! My TBR pile is always growing (so bad to the point Josie has informed me today that she will not be buying me any more […]
Rhage and Mary are dynamic and their passion for each other is amazing.
Hi dreamers! This tag was created by Kaleena @ Reader Voracious but I stole it from Lottieiswriting. We did this as an icebreaker so much in college, but I’ve always been the worst at it! Let’s see how you all do, can you guess my lie? Two Truths And A Lie – […]
Taking place in modern-day New York state, the Black Dagger Bortherhood series is one of the best vampire romances I’ve read in awhile.
I was scrolling through the Goodreads 2019 releases lists and found some really awesome books that I cannot wait to pre-order! I took six books that looked the most interesting to me and put them in a neat little post for you all!
So you may have noticed something new… yeah I’M SELF HOSTED NOW! So this is a brand new site and I’m still moving things over and updating links and social media and everything, but I think I’ve found my permanent home! I’m so excited to tidy and update all these graphics, but I wanted to get a little post out for you today. I wanted to do a New Year tag because I feel like I haven’t done many bookish things this year yet, so I thought this would be a lot of fun!
I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas! When you’re reading this I will be out of the country without WiFi until 2019! I can’t wait to tell you about all of my adventures when I get back! Today I’m doing the End of Year Book Tag which I found on Jenn’s blog Jenniely. (It was originally on Drizzle and Hurricane’s Books.)
I’ve wanted to do this post for a while and it’s been sitting in my backlogs. I figured blogmas was the perfect time to do this (if nothing else than I’m running out of Christmas themed ideas). And I thought it would be interesting to do this topic because most of the time I’m pretty neutral about it. I have some pros and cons to each format which I’ll outline and I lean towards one (that you will have to read to the end to find out), but most of the time it’s whatever works.
A few days ago I talked about shopping small businesses for Christmas presents and it sparked a lot of conversation about Etsy as a selling place. Well, since this is a book blog, I combed through Etsy to find a few very adorable gifts for the bookworms in your life, and you can feel even better about buying them from small businesses and supporting all that they do!
Last week I did a post all about unusual advent calendars, but the whole trend really kicked off a few years ago with nerdy advent calendars with favorite characters from Harry Potter and Star Wars to just nerdy themed items. I already mentioned a few in my last post, but I thought I’d take a deeper dive into more specific ones for that favorite nerd in your life (or you!)
Yesterday I wrote about what to buy your favorite writer for the holidays. Today I’m going to tell you what to buy your favorite writer if your favorite writer is a blog writer!