I wasn't sure for awhile how to write these two reviews. I kept going back and forth on whether they should each get their own post or putting them together. I finally settled on doing this post, a mini review of each, because I read them close together and I found that there were some … Continue reading Mini Reviews: My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite + Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
I don't really celebrate Mardi Gras though I know many people do. However, I love a good book cover prompt and couldn't resist finding purple, yellow, and green colored book covers that I really like! I could not believe how hard it was to find book covers that had mostly one of the colors; I've … Continue reading Purple, Yellow, and Green Books – Happy Mardi Gras!
I first saw this on Lucy at Sunstar Reads' blog and instantly wanted to do it too! (Be sure to check out her post!) It's always fun to compare your thoughts to the all the Goodreads members' thoughts on a book. Goodreads will always have a special place in my heart and I will continue … Continue reading Goodreads Was Wrong Book Tag
I'm sure we've all been there .. we're reading one of the male characters in a book, romance or not, and we find ourselves crushing on this fictional character. I'm sure we all have at least one book boyfriend. One of my first Bookish Thought posts on this blog a few years ago was all … Continue reading New Book Boyfriends I Need in My Life
I feel like science fiction has had a major upgrade somewhere when I wasn't looking. I usually think of spaceships, planets, and/or futuristic technology. Or I'm reading a dystopia. And yet. And yet after reading Skyward Inn by Aliya Whiteley, I'm reminded of great science fiction/ speculative fiction like Jeff VanDerMeer's Annihilation. There is just … Continue reading Skyward Inn by Aliya Whiteley