ARC Review: The Tangled Lands

Title: The Tangled Lands Authors: Paolo Bacigalupi and Tobias S. Buckwell Genre: Adult Fantasy Release Date: February 27th from Saga Press Format: Kindle ARC         *I received this from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for review. All thoughts are my own always. Due to the request of the publisher, no quotes…

Spreading the Love: More 2018 Books I’m Excited For

Today, on the holiday of love, I thought I would spread some more book love with adding more 2018 books to the list of “new releases I’m excited to read.” I’ve been seeing reviews of these, some have been recently announced and also just plain curious on others. If you missed my first list of…

The Greatest Showman Book Tag

I recently saw this on Julia @ Julia Sapphire’s channel in my YouTube feed and I HAD to do this tag! I saw this movie back in December and it’s amazing. I’m so happy that people are flocking to the theater to see this amazing musical. This tag was also originally created by Irish Reader,…

Library Book Haul + Fun Bookish News!

Happy Friday everyone! Since I don’t have┬á book review to share, I figured I would share what I’ve gotten from my library recently as well as some fun book news that’s this year so far. I’ll have the twitter links for the book news or Goodreads links so you can go learn more for the…

The One Year Milestone

Yesterday, one year ago, I started this blog having no idea what would happen. Now a year later, it’s crazy to think that it’s been that long! As I’ve kept up this blog, read books, participated in discussions and started finding friends, I realized that this was something I always wanted to do. I’ve someone…

Mini ARC Review: To Kill a Kingdom

Title: To Kill a Kingdom Author: Alexandra Christo (Debut Novel) Genre: YA Standalone Fantasy Release Date: March 6, 2018 from Fiewel & Friends Format: Kindle ARC         *I wished for this on NetGalley and my wish was granted! But I still treat this as a normal request and all thoughts on my…

Small January Wrap Up+ Reading Plans

Well, it’s finally February. I feel like January is always a blur for the year no matter what you do. But I did finish a few things this month, despite being obsessed with my new favorite video game and a weird reading mood. Any progress is still progress ­čÖé Audio Books: 1 ARCs/NetGalley: 2 DNFs:…

T5W: Hidden Gems in Fantasy Books

As long as I have been reading, my reading tends to be 80% fantasy and the other 20% of a couple other genres. Today, I’m talking about five hidden gems in the various branches of the fantasy genre. These aren’t ranked but it’s sure fun to go down memory lane with these books ­čÖé 1….

The Stormlight Archive: Series So Far Part 1

Overall Plot:┬áSeven years ago, King Gavilar was killed and the Parshendi people took responsibility for it. So for the last seven years, the nobility of the humans have been fighting the Parshendi on the Shattered Plains. But there is something called the Everstorm that’s coming and there are people who want the lost Knights Radiant…

First Book Haul of 2018

It’s that time again to share what books I’ve acquired recently. I am proud that I haven’t gone crazy with the book buying since the beginning of the year; despite some fun new releases coming out, I’ve restrained myself so far. I bought 2 books at the very end of December but they didn’t’ come…

Buzz Books 2018: Spring/Summer Compilation Review

Title: Buzz Books Young Adult 2018: Spring/Summer Number of Story Samples: 12 Genres Shown:┬áContemporary, Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Science Fiction             Twice a year, you can go on NetGalley and grab the YA Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter in the Read Now section to get a look at upcoming titles. They contain samples…

Five Reasons to Listen to Unearthed #1

Title: Unearthed (Unearthed #1) Genre: YA Science Fiction Release Date: January 9, 2018 by Disney-Hyperion Audio Book Length: 12 hours, 44 mins Narrators: Alex McKenna and Steve West         Synopsis:┬áAmelia is a scavenger on Gaia to find parts to salvage for money. Jules Addison is the son of the man who translated…