I'm writing in NaNoWriMo, and sponsoring The Mighty Pens, which will raise money for this wonderful organization. Come check out the blog post for more information, and why I love it.
I loved A Darker Shade of Magic. It challenged the rut of novels I felt like I've been drawn towards in the past, with it's sense of how magic works, and the eternal struggle of good vs. evil, and humanity in general.
Okay. Here's something I've wanted to share with you all for a while. Not only am I a giant bookworm, but words in general are a passion of mine. Now as the leaves start to turn, it's perfect timing to add in my new section, Writing Wednesdays. I've felt nervous talking about writing, it's something... Continue Reading →
From the Corner of the Oval weaves vivid storytelling, and draws the reader in. It provides a unique, and extremely human, lens on the world we so often only see described by pundits. What I loved most however, was it felt like I was getting a story told to me by my older sister.
Okay. I attempted to pace myself with this book, but come on guys. Creepy fairy tales. A mystery to solve. On top of the fact that we've had a plethora of cozy rainy reading days lately. I never stood a chance. The Hazel Wood was fun, and creepy, and in an extremely large genre, unique.... Continue Reading →
I realize that I have a problem. Some people tell me they read to fall asleep. I then sit there trying to process. How that is even possible. Maybe I just love reading. Maybe I need to start Binge Readers Anonymous. Or maybe I pick up a wonderful book like Red Queen and there was never any... Continue Reading →
I give my kudos and recommendation for the lonely girl with human flaws, inhumane power, and a best friend who would move mountains. Like calls to like as the Grisha say so be careful with this book, as know I found a part of me in it.