Review: Saved By The Bell (Vol. 1)

Review: Saved By The Bell (Vol. 1)

When I saw this available for request on Netgalley, I requested it so fast that my mouse probably got whiplash. I used to watch Saved By The Bell reruns religiously as well as the college episodes and the two TV movies when I was a kid so this trade really made me nostalgic for the… Read More »

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ARE YOU AN IMPATIENT READER? (I AM!)

ARE YOU AN IMPATIENT READER? (I AM!)

Blogging has made me an impatient reader. Before I started blogging, I would pick up a book, ANY book that sounded interesting, and read it without any hesitation.  Now I get really impatient when I read. Plus I now have a ton of criteria. How long is it? Is it a page turner? Does it… Read More »

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Frostbite by Richelle Mead

Frostbite by Richelle Mead

Rose was still the same Rose. Reckless and crazy. Fearless and defiant. But she became more reluctant because of what she saw at her Qualifier exam. I would be reluctant as well. She had to worry about the safety of her friends. And what she saw showed that the wards wouldn’t always protect the Moroi… Read More »

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Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR

Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the Broke and The Bookish. Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR Jessie’s Top Ten 1. Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo 2. Shadows of Self by Brandon Sanderson 3. Illuminae by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman 4. Winter by Marissa Meyer 5. The Sword of Summer by Rick… Read More »

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My top 10 YA fairytale picks

My top 10 YA fairytale picks

#1 Wendy Darling by Colleen Oaks From the Best-Selling Author of Queen of Hearts comes a dark and mesmerizing twist on the beloved Children’s Classic, Peter Pan. Wendy Darling has a perfectly agreeable life with her parents and brothers in wealthy London, as well as a budding romance with Booth, the neighborhood bookseller’s son. But… Read More »

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A Thousand Nights by EK Johnston

A Thousand Nights by EK Johnston

NOTE: I got this book off NetGalley. The writing style wasn’t a style I liked. It was a little evasive. The descriptions weren’t obvious. The words danced around you. It was very vivid, though. The descriptions you got described beautiful clothing and fascinating smells. What it lacked in being direct, it made up in vividness…. Read More »

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Book Blogger Survey Results

Book Blogger Survey Results

The results are in! Although I had a relatively small sample size compared to the entire Book Blogging Community it was still fascinating to see your answers (some of them were quite surprising).  Also, I’d like to thank Jessie for her rockin’ Excel and graph making skills!  So let’s get to it shall we? 48%… Read More »

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The Dead House Review

The Dead House Review

The Dead House is a paranormal horror story that would be AWESOME for the Halloween season. I am a huge scaredy cat so I don’t typically read a whole lot of horror books. However, I thought the premise of this book sounded so unique and different even though it is does have a major creepiness… Read More »

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Review: Beauty by Robin McKinley

Review: Beauty by Robin McKinley

For a long time now, Beauty has been one of my favorite fairy tale retellings. It was definitely one of my very favorites growing up and I read it over and over again. It is a very simple, sweet, and enchanting version of one of my favorite fairy tales. It’s not as long or as… Read More »

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