Hello friends! 🎃I hope you all are enjoying the start of autumn and getting into the October mood. Obviously, so many people (myself included) love indulging in spooky and creepy books this time of year, and I always enjoy seeing what people pick up. To add to this, I've compiled a list of seven book … Continue reading Spooktacular Books to Read in October!
"When the Bat's away, the Cat will play. It's time to see how many lives this cat really has..." The DC Icons series continues with one of the most recognizable DC characters (and one of my personal faves): Catwoman! Sarah J. Maas, author of the Throne of Glass and Court of Thorns and Roses series, … Continue reading “Catwoman: Soulstealer” by Sarah J. Maas || Book Review
Summer may be in it's final month, but that doesn't mean beach reads have to stop! Honestly, any time is a good time to read a book that has a plethora of sharks or mermaids or sandy settings; however, the summer days just seem to require it. So today I'm sharing 3 books I read recently that … Continue reading Diving In: 3 Recommendations for Ocean Books🌊🦈
The other day while I was at the library, I was strolling past the book sale section when a familiar set of brightly colored spines caught my attention. Eyes widening, I began pulling out book after book from The Clique series by Lisi Harrison, a YA series that started in 2004 and had my utter bookish … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: “The Clique” by Lisi Harrison
"The learner must be led always away from familiar objects toward the unfamiliar, guided along, as it were, a chain of flowers into the mysteries of life." -Charles Willson Peale I found this quote a few months ago and hung it up above my workspace, alongside other little quips and Polaroid shots. It was put … Continue reading Motivation Monday: Trying Something(s) New
Take the daring escapades of Oceans Eleven, combine it with the atmosphere of Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice, add a dash of Pirates of the Caribbean, and finally top the whole thing off with a bunch of bloody swordplay, colorful cussing, mischievous priests, and a gang of orphan thieves. The result: The Lies of Locke Lamora. This book is the … Continue reading “The Lies of Locke Lamora” by Scott Lynch || Book Review
Like so many others in the online book community, I love watching videos from the bookish side of YouTube, aka BookTube. Recently I've just really been enjoying the content I see from the people I subscribe to, so I thought I'd go ahead and share with you some of my favorite creators! I highly recommend … Continue reading 5 Booktubers You Should Subscribe To!