I’ve said it every month this year, but how is another month almost over? This year is flying by. We’re heading into October which mean spooky season starts. Even if I don’t get too spooky, haha.
I don’t always stick to my monthly TBRs except for book club and buddy reads, but it’s still fun to talk about books I’m hoping to get soon. So let’s take a look at my October TBR.
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I’m doing pretty well with my reread of all of Sarah J. Maas’ books in anticipation of the release of Crescent City #3. After finishing my Throne of Glass reread, it was time to reread the A Court of Thorns and Roses series. I hadn’t ever reread those books so it was interesting going back to them. And today I want to share my thoughts on the first one! So let’s jump in. Continue reading “Review | A Court of Thorns And Roses – Sarah J. Maas”
We’re heading into autumn and what’s a better way to do that than with spooky books? Today is my spot on The Write Reads tour four Scareground, a middle grade spooky mystery! Keep on reading to find out more about this book!
Continue reading “Blog Tour| Scareground – Angela Kecojevic”
We wanted to do another bookish meme on Wednesday and after doing Can’t Wait Wednesday a few times we decided that would be a fun one to bring around more often! About twice a month you’ll see this meme on our blog.
Can’t Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they’re books that have yet to be released. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.
Continue reading “Can’t Wait Wednesday | The Familiar – Leigh Bardugo”
We have been having fun with Top Ten Tuesday, so we decided we will do one every week. This bookish meme was hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and has been going since June 2010! Since January 2018 Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
This week’s topic is Books on My Fall 2023 To-Read List.
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As I’ve mentioned before, one of my important reading goals of 2023 is shrinking my physical TBR. Sometimes it’s hard to think of what books I still have or subjects I want to read about. So we needed a way to keep track of this. 5 On My TBR is a way of keeping track. This is a meme hosted by E from Local Bee Hunter’s Nook. Every week there’s a different prompt for five on my TBR.
This week’s topic is Classics but that topic came up earlier this year as well. And since I already had trouble with it then, I would just list the same books this time around. So I decided to do a part 2 for last weeks topic; Best Friends. Let’s jump in! Continue reading “5 On My TBR | Best Friends Part 2”
We thought it was time for a fun new post every week. In the Royal Update one of us updates you about our personal life, bookish news, what we’re reading, watching and listening to and anything else that might apply to this post. We thought it would be fun to share a bit more about our personal lives and hope you think so too!
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Even though I’m not much of a non fiction reader myself, I love that we’re seeing more non fiction books for middle grade and young adult readers. I’ve been lucky enough to see the Mona Lisa myself, so I wanted to help promote The Mona Lisa Vanishes during the book tour this week hosted by TBR and Beyond Tours. Keep on reading to find out more about this book.
Continue reading “Book Tour| The Mona Lisa Vanishes – Nicholas Day”
My last Show Sunday was about the upcoming fall shows I’m excited for. And because there were so many I decided to stick to the September and October releases. So today I wanted to share the excited releases of November and December. Turns out, some shows got delayed and there aren’t as many releases in those two months as there were supposed to be haha. I do still have 4, so let’s dive in!
Continue reading “Show Sunday | Upcoming 2023 Fall TV Shows I’m Excited For Part 2”
I’ve said it before, but I really need to read more middle grade. Ellie Engle Saves Herself was one of the books that caught my eye. I started my eARC quite awhile ago, but finally say down and finished it. So today I want to tell you about this book and what I thought!
A big thank you to Netgalley and Disney Hyperion for providing me with an eARC to read and review.
Continue reading “Review| Ellie Engle Saves Herself – Leah Johnson”