Once upon a time, I didn’t think I would finish this. Once upon a time, I cried myself to sleep because this book hurt. Once upon a time, I found the redemption of 2020 — and it was Addie LaRue.
I fangirl about a lot of things, but nothing as much as books. As the holidays are fast approaching, I wanted to take a moment and fangirl about some of my favorite Indie Bookstores that could really use some support.
Where Dreams Descend by Janella Angeles is a luscious, magical world that is intoxicating in the best possible way, and I can’t wait for you to read it.
A Case of Boneheaded Heroics: How Aurora Burning beats the middle book slump and gives us a cliffhanger to die for.
A fun jaunt through the epic gothic horror fantasy Ruthless Gods by Emily A. Duncan. The second book in the Something Dark and Holy trilogy.
The 2019 Story Prize is one that will go down in history.
Blog Tour for Emma Lord’s debut Tweet Cute. Everything I needed to kick off 2020: the perfect YA rom-com that will have you swooning over delicious desserts and ooey gooey grilled cheese. With a ship name of Pepper-Jack, you know it’s perfect!
Hosting a party for the holidays? Learn some tips and tricks from Random House’s Holiday House!
Where does one begin? Certainly not the beginning. No, let’s start with the moment I fell in love with Delilah Bard.
A love worth dying for, a game worth playing, a book worth crying over. If that doesn’t sum up my feelings of Stephanie Garber’s Finale, then nothing else will.