{3-in-1 Book Review} ACOTAR, ACOMAF, & ACOWAR by Sarah J. Maas

  As someone who was rather late to the Young Adult fiction party, I was very quick to fall in love with Sarah J. Maas’s writing style and bad-ass heroines. After reading the Throne of Glass series (TOG), I decided to take the advice of many of my bookish friends and read the A Court of Thorns…

{Book Review} Big Mushy Happy Lump by Sarah Andersen

Thank you to Andrews McMeel Publishing for sending my this ARC of Sarah Andersen’s new collection of “scribbles” in exchange for my honest review. This review will be slightly different from my usual reviews, in terms of structure, i.e. there is no real structure. Some Background: Sarah’s Scribbles is a webcomic by cartoonist, Sarah Andersen. It…

{Book Review} Set for Murder by Jolie Beaumont

Firstly, I would like to thank Aster Press for sending me this book for review. That in no way influences my review, as I liked some aspects and disliked others, and what follows is an honest review of this novel. Spoiler-free Summary: This charming and suspenseful crime novel revolves around a diverse set of guests…

My First Book Challenge: The March Classics Challenge!

One of the things I love about Bookstagram is that there are so many monthly challenges to inspire you every month. They include daily prompts, usually surrounding a theme, and are just really fun to be a part of and to be creative with throughout the month. So, a couple of friends and I, who…

What I Learned from Venturing Beyond the Classics

In the first grade, my mother bought me a beautiful, dark blue, cloth-bound edition of the Grimm’s Complete Fairy Tales. The cover felt like velvet and the pages smelled like vanilla cake. For years, it was my favorite book. I would carry it with me everywhere and no one was allowed to touch it. Unfortunately, I…