The Queen of Nothing. Holly Black. Young adult/Fantasy. 2019. 300 pages. 5 stars.
I am the Queen of Elfhame.
Even though I am the queen in exile, I am still the queen.
And that means Madoc isn’t just trying to take Cardan’s throne. He’s trying to take mine.
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One Day in December. Josie Silver. Romance. 2018. 409 pages. 4 stars.
“Sometimes you just meet the right person at the wrong time”
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We’re all about goals and this year, I’m determined to read these books before the year ends!
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Better late than never? I know Pride Month has already passed but I can’t not review these LGBT reads!
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I was fortunate enough to be accepted into the 2019 class of the Columbia Publishing Course and spent the summer in the Empire State. Keep reading to see how I faired in the USA!
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Celebrating a birthday means sharing the love and joy! To join, all you need is a twitter account and two friends. 😉
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Spin the Dawn. Elizabeth Lim. Young adult/Fantasy. 2019. 385 pages. 5 stars.
“I, too, once journeyed beyond the stars.” “What did you find?” His voice turned lethally soft. “That it’s just the beginning.”
I received an Advanced Reader’s Copy in exchange for an honest review.
Continue reading “Spin the Dawn (The Blood of Stars #1)”
Meet Cute. Helena Hunting. Contemporary romance. 384 pages. 2019. 2 stars.
You learn how to live with holes in your heart. You can’t patch them up, or plug them with other people, but you find ways to make it bearable.
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Sorcery of Thorns. Margaret Rogerson. Young adult/Fantasy. 2019. 456 pages. 5 stars.
It was always wise to be polite to books, whether or not they could hear you.
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And just like that, half of the year is over. Join us as we recollect the past six months and look forward to the next!
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