Flame in the Mist: ARC Review

Title: Flame in the Mist (Flame in the Mist #1) Genre: YA Fantasy Release Date: May 16, 2017 Format: E-ARC         *I received this ARC through Penguin First to Read. A big thank you to them for this opportunity. All thoughts are from yours truly. Any quotes that are used are subject…

T5W: Authors You Want to Read More From

With an infinite list of books to be read, sometimes it’s hard to remember which author you want to read. Whether they just have three books, or years of previous works, it’s easy for them to get lost in the stacks of your thoughts. But this topic might help us remember which authors we really…

All Kinds of Books Haul

Hey everyone! Hope you all had a great Easter if you do celebrate it ūüôā I also can’t believe another month is almost over. Do you have that feeling when you’re panicking to finish your books by the month’s end? The one where you’re counting how many pages you are until the halfway point, how…

Tome Topple Wrap Up/Thoughts

I completed my first read-a-thon and it feels good that I participated in one. I’ve been seeing this float around Booktube for almost a year and it always sounded fun. But I was never sure if I could actually do it. I did post a TBR earlier this month talking about what I planned on…

Six Phenomenal Narrators You Need to Listen To

I listen to audio books very often. I may not finish them quickly like regular books, but they draw me in and help driving, chores, long trips and exercise be less quiet or tedious. With the rise of Audible and Over Drive, it’s even easier to listen to audio books for free through the library…

A Psalm for Lost Girls Review

Title: A Psalm for Lost Girls Genre: YA Contemporary/Mystery Release Date: March 14, 2017 Audio Length: 10 hours, 26 mins Narrators: Kyla Garcia, Julia Whelan and Saskia Maarleveld       Goodreads Synopsis:¬†Tess da Costa is a saint ‚ÄĒ a hand-to-god, miracle-producing saint. At least that’s what the people in her hometown of New Avon,…

Mini Review: The Thief

Title: The Thief (Queen’s Thief #1) Release Date: 1996 Narrator: Jeff Woodman (original) Audio book Time: 7 hours, 30 minutes       Synosis:¬†Gen is in the King’s prison, but claims that he can steal anything. When the Magus, the king’s scholar, tempts Gen into stealing something in order to get out o prison, a…

“The Last Jedi” Trailer and Some Theories

GUYS!!! It’s finally here! With the¬†Star Wars¬†celebration happening this weekend, we finally get a look of episode 8 due December 15th. I’ve watched the trailer 4 times now and I’m always amazed at the footage. I agree with many people that have said that the trailer feels like it’s own thing, with episode 7 establishing…

Top 5 Wednesday: Books That Would Make Good Video Games

From The Sims, Legend of Zelda, Dragon Age, Skyrim and even the Mario universe, there’s several types of video games people love to play. But great ideas for video games can also come from books. Here’s five books that I think would make fun video games. Some of these I actually haven’t read, but I…

The Legend of Zelda Book Tag!

Since the last half of March, I’ve been experiencing the new Zelda game on the Nintendo Switch. The long wait was worth it and hopefully you all will be able to get one if you’re still waiting. So far, it’s really hard but very ambitious, beautiful and very fun. Since it’s been consuming a good…

Wild Swans Book Review

Title: Wild Swans Genre: YA Contemporary Publication Date: May 3, 2016 Format: Library Kindle book         Synopsis:¬†Ivy Milbourn has a famous and “cursed” family history in her small town. All the previous women had various talents, but meant sad and shocking endings. She doesn’t exude a specific talent and she worries if…

Top 5 SFF Books on my TBR!

*Booktube SFF Babbles topic* As fantasy readers, we’re always looking for books to take us away to places of magic, swords and different creatures. There’s a new debut novel, a series to continue or an author we’ve been neglecting. These picks I chose for this top 5 Wednesday/SFF babbles topic are books I haven’t mentioned…