2020 has been… crazy. I don’t know any other way to put it. This year put all our lives upside down, taught us a whole new (less pleasant) way to live, and sadly was the worst year ever for some people. Fortunately I can say that while this year wasn’t the most positive for me,… Continue reading 2020 End of Year Survey – Yearly wrap up: past & future goals, best of best in books and blogging, and more!
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Hey everyone! Today I’m doing yet another book tag of an album that, in my opinion, it’s one of the best released this year. I was over the moon when Ariana Grande announced Positions (both single and album). I’ve loved her since she was on Victorious and yeah, I guess you can say I’m an… Continue reading Ariana Grande Positions Book Tag
Hello everyone! Long time no see, huh? I know I’ve been absent for a while, but job, college and now the Holidays have been taking all my time. Hopefully that will change on January when I *finally* learn how to stick to a schedule, as my December editorial calendar must be watching me like this… Continue reading Evermore Book Tag
People say reading is a lonely hobby (and in a certain way, they’re right). However, to have a good and healthy reading experience most times you need something more than just sitting in your favorite corner with a book and dive into the story. Readers should support other readers, and I’m really grateful to be… Continue reading How to help the reader community (because readers could use some help, too)
Thank you so much to Xpresso Books Tours and the publisher for the chance to participate on this blitz! Title: RuinsongAuthor: Julia EmberPublisher: Farrar, Straus & GirouxRelease date: November 24th, 2020Page count: 464Genre: Fantasy, LGBT+, Romance, Young AdultBook links: Goodreads | Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iBooks | Kobo | Google Play In Julia Ember’s dark and… Continue reading BOOK BLITZ: Ruinsong by Julia Ember (+excerpt & giveaway!) (Xpresso Book Tours)
Hey everyone! Today I’m bringing you another original book tag, this time inspired in Ryan D. Gebhart’s book series “The Jewel of Life”, which follows the life of Devlyn as he tries to find out the truth of his origin and whether he’s a descendant of long-extinct elves or not. I definitely recommend this book… Continue reading Splendor of Dawn Book Tag (+moodboard + excerpt!) (sponsored)
Hey everyone! How is November treating you? I hope everything is good and that you’re having a cozy fall full of good reads (because there’s definitely some amazing books out there that recently came out!). Today I bring you a post to rave about some of my most anticipated releases of 2021 (expect some other… Continue reading Five 5-star predictions for 2021 book releases
Title: These Violent DelightsAuthor: Chloe GongPublisher: Simon & SchusterRelease date: November 17th, 2020Page count: 464Genre: Fantasy, Historical FictionBook links: Goodreads | Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Book Depository | IndieboundTrigger warnings: Blood, violence, gore, character deaths, explicit description of gouging self (not of their own volition), murder, weapon use, insects, alcohol consumption, parental abuse.… Continue reading ARC REVIEW: These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong
Hey everyone! Today I’m very excited to introduce you to a debut author with a very promising YA fantasy book that was just released. Her name is K.T. Anglehart and her book, The Wise One, is an original and immersive story set in 1991 between Massachusetts and Northern Ireland, following the story of seventeen-year-old Mckenna… Continue reading INTERVIEW: K.T. Anglehart, author of “The Wise One” (+moodboard & excerpt) (sponsored)
Hey everyone! October went by so fast; I can’t believe it’s over. This is one of my favorite months because well, you know… spooky season!! I’m such a fan of classic horror movies, and this is the perfect time to watch them (but this was such a hectic month I could barely watch any!), as… Continue reading MONTHLY WRAP UP: October 2020