The #IronTomeAThon Sign-Up & TBR

So, y’all know that I’m a huge fantasy fan, right? Well, the wonderful Aimal of Bookshelves & Paperbacks is hosting an adult fantasy readathon for the month of July. I love all of Aimal’s content, so much so that I hired her to design my header and logo! This readathon sounded right up my alley (plus the theme is A Song of Ice and Fire, a series which I loved), so of course I had to try and join in!

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Review #228 // Wilder Girls – Rory Power

Wilder GirlsThe Tox started 18 months ago, and all the remaining girls want is to get off the island and back to their families. The Quarantine keeps them stuck, though, unable to talk to the other side. When Hetty’s best friend Byatt goes missing, she’ll do anything to find her–even if it means breaking the Quarantine.


Why this book?: I’d heard it’s sapphic, plus being horror sci-fi!

I would like to thank Delacorte Press for allowing me access to this ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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Review #227 // The Lost Coast – Amy Rose Capetta

The Lost CoastDanny needed a new life, and the Grays needed a certain type of witch. Danny doesn’t know what she’s getting herself into when she points to Tempest, CA on the map, but when she finally gets there, she learns that her help is needed to find Imogen, the strongest witch in Tempest.


Why this book?: I’ve been loving Amy Rose Capetta’s novels recently, including Once & Future and The Brilliant Death.

I would like to thank Candlewick Press for sending me an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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Reader Problems Book Tag

15 Tiki Party Ideas

To get my blog back up and running, I figured I could do a few fun things along with reviews before getting back into discussion posts and book lists.

After snooping around on my WordPress Reader, I discovered this tag that sounded pretty fun. It has a lot of general reading questions, and I feel like I might…surprise people with my answers. So, without further ado, read on!

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