The Bookish Snob Tag // In Which I Answer Torturous Questions

Hi, I'm back with another book tag... Yes, quarantine finally got to me and I don't feel motivated to do anything else. So here we are! I'm also trying out a new format for posts so just bear with me please. (Just a heads-up that I'll be camping this weekend so that's why I'm posting … Continue reading The Bookish Snob Tag // In Which I Answer Torturous Questions

Never Have I Ever Book Tag // In Which I Share Embarrassing Moments and Unpopular Opinions

Hello, everyone! Katie here. Today I'm coming at you with a book tag--the first one I'm participating in. Thank you so much to Cherelle @ Cherelle the Bibliophile for tagging me to do this! Rules Link back to original creator - Madame WriterLink back to the person who tagged you or the blog where you … Continue reading Never Have I Ever Book Tag // In Which I Share Embarrassing Moments and Unpopular Opinions

Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi–Book Review

     “And he’s right. I should. Keep my mouth shut, swallow my rage. Live to see another day.”      Zélie Adebola. An outcast and a warrior. Who wants to take back what the king of Orïsha stole from her.      “One day, magic breathed. The next, it died.”      The night magic disappeared, everything changed. That night left Zelie … Continue reading Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi–Book Review

Laurel Everywhere by Erin Moynihan – ARC Review

After a car accident causes the death of her mom, brother, and sister, Laurel is devastated. And with her dad suffering from depression, Laurel is left to pick up the shattered pieces of her broken family.       Now she can’t stop hearing the voices of the ghosts fo her family, who haunt her with the painful … Continue reading Laurel Everywhere by Erin Moynihan – ARC Review

September 2020 Wrap-Up // Ft. some good books + and a rant about this year

2020 has been the craziest year ever and it's not even over yet. How is it almost (basically) October already? Someone please explain this sorcery to me. I'm excited about October (Halloween!) but also disappointed because my Halloween will most likely be me staying home. Probably reading. My September reading was pretty good. Some books … Continue reading September 2020 Wrap-Up // Ft. some good books + and a rant about this year

Interview with Courtney Turcotte Bond, Author of Breathtaking

Hello! I have recently had the privilege of interviewing Courtney Turcotte Bond, the author of my now all-time favorite book, Breathtaking. You can also find a review I wrote of her book here. Q: When did you decide that you wanted to write? Have you always wanted to be a writer? A: Yes! Ever since … Continue reading Interview with Courtney Turcotte Bond, Author of Breathtaking

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern–Book Review

    “‘When will it be enough?” Celia asks, but there is no reply, and she stands alone amongst the stars.”      The Night Circus is a story that moves at a snail’s pace about two illusionists named Celia and Marco who fall in love immediately, midnight dinners, and all too many descriptions of various circus tents.      I … Continue reading The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern–Book Review