It's tiiiime!! My most anticipated August book releases! There are so many books coming out this month.
Hello, yes here we are again with another Mimi Matthews book because I love her writing so much! This time it's As Fair As a Star, the first book in the Victorian Romantics series, and it's so good.
Erin Hahn is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. I loved You'd Be Mine and More Than Maybe is an absolute delight. Music, love, podcasts, and IT TAKES PLACE IN MICHIGAN?? What more could I ask for? I wish I had this book growing up because it would have been so great to read… Continue reading More Than Maybe: Music, Love, and Phil
As you might have figured out from my review and from me yelling about it on Twitter, I LOVED Cinderella is Dead by Kalynn Bayron. It's queer, it will make you want to burn down the patriarchy and beauty standards, and it's just so utterly creative and unique. The scene in the mausoleum (if you've read it, you know)...BLEW MY MIND.
It's almost July! When did that happen? While it's not my favorite month since it means my birthday is over, it does mean LOTS OF NEW BOOKS! Let's look at a few that look AMAZING! Muse Squad: The Cassandra Curse by Chantel Acevedo (July 7) Callie Martinez-Silva didn’t mean to turn her best friend into… Continue reading Most Anticipated July Book Releases
I don't think I will ever be over how amazing this book is. Like...you think you know the Cinderella story or what you might expect from a Cinderella retelling, but with Cinderella is Dead...YOU HAVE NO IDEA! I can't even say everything because spoilers, but let's go to the review.
Yes, I know. It's another Jane Austen post. I will not apologize! The Jane Austen Society is such a lovely book. Whether you're a huge Jane Austen fan like me or have only read one book or only seen a movie or two, this book is so worth the read. It's got romance, trauma, strong friendship, and so much more.
Sometimes, you really just need a fun, short book to get your through a reading slump or let's be honest, to get you through the day. Men to Avoid in Art and Life is the perfect book for that. Each page features a piece of art where women look less than pleased with the men near her and includes a short quote about what ridiculous thing the men might be saying.
At this point, my love for Jane Austen is well-known. I will read any retelling there is. I have reviewed a ton of them already, including two of my favorites: Pride by Ibi Zoboi and Recipe for Persuasion by Sonali Dev.
It's time to do this once again! LOL can you tell I'm bored and don't have enough work to keep me busy while at home. This is also me procrastinating writing a review. So...here we go. Let's go through my massive TBR. Down the TBR Hole was originally created by Lost in a Story! It’s supposed… Continue reading Down the TBR Hole #12