arcstravaganza, weekly meme

#ARCstravaganza #44: Guilty Pleasure by Kevin Dickson and Jack Ketsoyan

Happy Monday everyone! And also happy #ARCstravaganza day! I wanted to let you all know that I have opted for adding a link-up at the bottom of each #ARCstravaganza post that I make, starting some weeks ago, where you can post links to your #ARCstravaganza blog, Insta, and Twitter posts for the week! I will… Read More #ARCstravaganza #44: Guilty Pleasure by Kevin Dickson and Jack Ketsoyan

book tag

The Rainbow Book Tag

Happy Pride Month everyone! To celebrate, I decided to complete the Rainbow Book Tag that I saw on Darque Dreamer Reads‘ blog the other day! Since I don’t own books in all of these colours though, I decided to break that rule, and add one of my own: all of my choices have to be… Read More The Rainbow Book Tag

top ten tuesdays, weekly meme

Top Ten Tuesday #49: Top Ten Books With My Favourite Colour On the Cover

Happy Tuesday, and happy Top Ten Tuesday day, everyone! This week’s theme is: Top Ten Books With My Favourite Colour On the Cover, and I definitely had a fun time picking ten covers to match this prompt. My favourite colours right now (as you could probably tell from my blog theme) are peach and millennial… Read More Top Ten Tuesday #49: Top Ten Books With My Favourite Colour On the Cover

Adult, book review

My Lady’s Choosing by Kitty Curran and Larissa Zageris (Review)

Title: My Lady’s Choosing Author: Kitty Curran and Larissa Zageris Type: Fiction Genre: YA, Historical, Romance, Humour Publisher: Quirk Books (Penguin Random House) Date published: April 3, 2018 A physical copy of this book was kindly provided by the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. The romance novel that lets you pick your path,… Read More My Lady’s Choosing by Kitty Curran and Larissa Zageris (Review)

top ten tuesdays, weekly meme

Top Ten Tuesday #46: Top Ten Books That Take Place In Another Country

Happy Tuesday, and happy Top Ten Tuesday day, everyone! This week’s theme allows us to travel outside of our own countries, and encourages us to explore the rest of the world! Since most YA books are set in the U.S. (well, the contemporary ones anyway, since fantasy settings didn’t really count for me, for this… Read More Top Ten Tuesday #46: Top Ten Books That Take Place In Another Country