I've got some new ARCs from Netgalley to read and I'm pretty excited about diving into these because they all sound like books I'd love, so I figure I'd share them with y'all! Witchtown Publication Date: July 18th, 2017 I requested a couple different witch themed books around the same time, including the first book … Continue reading ARC Roundup
Wind Catcher Review – ★★☆☆☆
I read Wind Catcher by Jeff Altabef and Erynn Altabeff for free in exchange for an honest review at netgalley.com Spoilers below the cut! I was very excited to start this book; the main character, Juliet Stone, is Native American and is caught up in a strange series of events and learns she has special powers. … Continue reading Wind Catcher Review – ★★☆☆☆
The Lost Hero Book Review – ★★★★✰
I recently finished The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan. I've always been a fan of the Percy Jackson & The Olympians series and so I decided to go ahead and read the sequel series, The Heroes of Olympus. The book starts off like any in the series before; with a mysterious character fighting mysterious forces that are … Continue reading The Lost Hero Book Review – ★★★★✰
The Three Week Read is over!
So the Three Week Read is over and I haven't read as many books as I would have liked, but quality is more important that quantity (as you can see by my most recent book review). And so the winner of the TWR! The winner is the user Elodin, who suggested The Name of the Wind for … Continue reading The Three Week Read is over!
Three Week Read (Contest and Giveaway!)
UPDATE: I have added the links for the post where you can comment with your book recommendations! Alrighty folks! Since I've finished my manuscript (at least the second draft), I'll be taking a three week "hiatus" from writing. I'd like to go back to my manuscript with fresh eyes so I can catch new … Continue reading Three Week Read (Contest and Giveaway!)
I've realized I've been neglecting my growing library of books recently (mostly in favor of writing or schoolwork. Sometimes tumblr) and I've decided to kick myself in the butt and then sit down and get some reading done. After all, the best way to improve your own writing is to read a lot. So last … Continue reading Currently Reading