September/October Wrap Up

I took so long to get around to putting my September wrap up together that I decided to just roll it up with my October wrap up. So be prepared for lots of books!! Continue reading

Nonfiction November TBR

It’s time again for Nonfiction November! There are so many new nonfiction books I keep adding to my shopping cart and really want to buy, but I’ve recently renewed my attempt to get my tbr down to zero, so I’m going to resist and stick with reading what I currently own. Continue reading

Review: Kingdom of Ash

Kingdom of AshSo I hesitate to call this a review, because it’s mostly just a massive ramble about the final book in the Throne of Glass series. But I have too many thoughts not to put together some sort of post about this book. I’ve been waiting for it for so long!!

I’ll start with a few spoiler-free thoughts. Overall, I really enjoyed Kingdom of Ash and thought it was a decent end to the series. In fact, I generally found it more satisfying than the end of the A Court of Thorns and Roses trilogy, though I think I prefer that series to Throne of Glass. I’m a big fan of both, though, don’t get me wrong! Continue reading

Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon TBR

I’m SO excited to finally be fully participating in the Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon! Seriously, I’ve always been out of town or had family visiting since I first learned about the readathon, so this is the first time I can give my full attention to the readathon. I just have to cross my fingers that nothing comes up for work! Continue reading

Monthly Recs: Witchy Reads

As much as I enjoy fantasy, it wasn’t until I started thinking of a list for the October Monthly Recommendations post about witchy reads that I realized I really don’t read many books featuring witches, which is kind of a shame because I really loved witchy books when I was growing up. So because I don’t really have many current recommendations, I thought it might be fun to do a throwback post to some of my favorite witchy reads from when I was a kid! Continue reading