Ok, so this post is more than a month behind, because it’s meant to cover December, January, and February releases, but better late than never! I just started putting together a list of books I’m planning to pick up in the coming months and thought I’d just formalize it into a blog post! Continue reading →
While I lamented how little I read this year in my 2020 recap post, I still read a fair amount overall, so there’s a lot to choose from for my favorites! I enjoyed a number of books immensely this past year (and will give them a shoutout in this post!), but there are a few that standout as some new all-time favorites that I’m sure to reread. Continue reading →
I did this book tag almost a year ago and, while I had a hard time picking which genre to focus on, I ultimately decided on doing a romance tag. But I’ve been meaning to do a fantasy version of the tag ever since, and after way too long, I’m finally going for it! Continue reading →
It’s been a bit since I’ve done a Monthly Recommendations post (be sure to check out the Goodreads group here!), but I’m back with a really fun one asking us to spotlight one book from each of the 11 topics that have been featured this year! Continue reading →
I haven’t done a tag post in such a long time, but I’ve been wanting to do one for a while and realized when I started trying to answer the questions is Kayla’s Do I Have That Book Challenge video that it was the perfect tag post to do!
I still can’t get over how long Kingdom of Ash was, so I thought it might be fun in recognition of my finally wrapping up the Throne of Glass series to put together a blog post about some of the longest books I’ve read. Spoiler alert: At 992 pages, Kingdom of Ash takes fourth place! Continue reading →
So 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 →
The weight of my tbr is feeling particularly crushing right now, which has motivated me to make overly ambitious plans for my October. I definitely won’t read all of these, but I know I’m going to get to at least a few! Continue reading →