Down the TBR Hole #8

So, I am excited to say, this TBR Challenge marks one month of consistently doing this every week.This is like my COVID quarantine dream; waking up with a cup of coffee in hand in my wonderful library, blogging with semi regular consistency... it only took four months to get here (whoops). A while ago, I discovered this … Continue reading Down the TBR Hole #8

WWW Wednesday – August 12, 2020

Happy Wednesday! I am super excited and a little scared, because I haven't done a WWW Wednesday in over a year! The WWW Wednesday meme is currently hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words, and is a great way to do a weekly update on what you’ve been reading and what you have planned. I … Continue reading WWW Wednesday – August 12, 2020

Book Review: “The Bookshop on the Shore,” by Jenny Colgan

Hi all, and happy Tuesday (meh...) Here is another edition of "Sam has obsession with books about books." Jenny Colgan started the Scottish Bookshop series with The Bookshop on the Corner, which was a delightful series about a young woman named Nina who drops her life in London after losing her job and goes to the … Continue reading Book Review: “The Bookshop on the Shore,” by Jenny Colgan

Down the TBR Hole #7

Finally back on track! This is officially my third week in a row being consistent with my TBR Challenge. Given that I am basically the worst with follow through, and COVID has made my productivity and motivation levels fluctuate alarmingly, I am really really excited about this. A month ago, I discovered this meme, Down … Continue reading Down the TBR Hole #7

Book Review: “The Guest List,” by Lucy Foley

Happy Friday! Man, it feels good to say that. What a week. However, the one awesome thing about this week was getting a copy of The Guest List in the mail from my secondhand book online shop, Better World Books, which donates a book to an underprivileged community every time you buy a book, and has … Continue reading Book Review: “The Guest List,” by Lucy Foley

Down the TBR Hole #6

Finally back on track! A month ago, I discovered this meme, Down the TBR hole, from Confessions of a YA Reader, which is created by Lost in a Story (now Sunflowers and Wonder). Down the TBR Hole revolves around cleansing your TBR of all those books you’re never going to read and sort through it … Continue reading Down the TBR Hole #6

ARC Review: “A Killing Frost,” by Seanan McGuire

Hey all! I was ridiculously, incredulously happy and grateful to receive this ARC from Netgalley and DAW since Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite UA authors out there right now, and the October Daye series is on my top three series. I have requested quite a few Seanan McGuire books in the past, but … Continue reading ARC Review: “A Killing Frost,” by Seanan McGuire

ARC Review: “A Wolf for a Spell,” by Karah Sutton

I was so excited to receive this ARC from Netgalley and Random House Children's because it has so many things that I love: Russian mythology, an animal narrator, and a spooky forest. One of my favorite ARCS I've ever gotten from Netgalley was Bear and the Nightingale, a YA historical fantasy based in Russia. A Wolf for … Continue reading ARC Review: “A Wolf for a Spell,” by Karah Sutton

Down the TBR Hole #5

I am very late (a full month), but decided this is exactly the kind of exercise that I need to get over my "reader's block." I have been in a slump with wedding planning (yay!), working from home, and *finally* getting to see my mom and stepdad for the first time since February. Now, it … Continue reading Down the TBR Hole #5

ARC Review: “The Gentleman and the Thief,” by Sarah Eden

Hello, all! I am thrilled to have gotten the chance to review Sarah Eden's new book The Gentleman and the Thief, second in the Proper Romance Victorian series. I reviewed the first book, Lady and the Highwayman, back in April and can honestly most of my (minor) issues with the first book have been resolved in this one. … Continue reading ARC Review: “The Gentleman and the Thief,” by Sarah Eden