Not me again with another book tag that I wasn’t tagged to do! This one I am pretty sure I’m going to fail. I don’t want to consider myself a book snob, but I feel very snobby when talking about books, so I’m likely to get that result. But let’s find out! I think this came from Flowers in the Brain (I've seen a few . . .
Today I am featuring a friend of mine and a fellow book lover: Heather @ A Cozy Fox Reads. I love learning about peoples’ lives, their likes and dislikes, and just random things about them in general. And I thought I’d share this on my blog, because I think it’s a fun concept and that it will hopefully encourage more interactions and friendships within . . .
So, I haven’t posted anything other than a review in a while, so I thought I’d share a #shelfie! I know that’s for Instagram more than a blog, but I figured I could go a little more in-depth about my bookshelves and the books on them. So, if you’ve ever wondered about my shelves, today’s your lucky day. As you can see, I've recently organized . . .
The Thaumas sisters live in a manor by the sea with their father and step-mother. There were 12 girls in all, but now only 8 remain. Ever since their mother died, tragedy seems to strike the family every year. People say the family is cursed. And now that another sister has died, Annaleigh, now second-eldest of the girls, begins seeing her dead sisters’ ghosts. She begins to . . .
The Dollangangers are a beautiful, happy family, just as normal as any other family. There’s Cathy, her older brother Chris, and the two younger twins Carrie and Cory. But when a surprise party for the father has a horrific end, the children, along with their mother, must escape in the night. They wind up hiding in an attic—just for a night or two, says their mother, just . . .
Hey guys, happy weekend! I know we're all still stuck inside, so hopefully you've got some relaxing, bookish plans to fill your time. Or maybe, like me, you're still obsessed with the new Animal Crossing game that came out about a month ago. I have literally played for more than 150 hours, guys. Send help. Anyway, earlier today, I saw this fun book tag floating around the . . .
When Mia is only a child, her father is hanged, a traitor to the Republic after a failed rebellion against the Senate. Her mother and brother are thrown into a prison of madness, and Mia herself barely escapes with her life. Taken under the wing of a retired assassin, Mia grows up strengthening her body and mind, and one day ventures out to find . . .
Maybe you are stressed out/bored from self-quarantine and need something to do. Or you're stressed out about work/school. Or you just had a bad day. Or you're reading this in 2021 and Corornavirus is just a distant memory and you just want some feel-good books to read. Whatever the case, I want to provide a short list of books I've . . .
It’s Halloween at the pumpkin patch, which means it’s the last night Josiah and Deja will work the Succotash Hut together before going off to college next season. Deja is going to miss Josiah—and the snacks. Josiah is going to miss Deja, too, but he’s more upset that he never talked to the girl of his dreams: the Fudge Shop girl, Marcy. So Deja . . .
I love a good series. Who doesn't? I've recently started reading a bunch of series and have been plowing through them in record time---Simon Snow, Shades of Magic, Chaos Walking, and To All the Boys I've Loved Before, to name a few. These series are amazing. The stories are interesting enough to warrant 3+ books. Fantasy and sci-fi do . . .