Brandon Sanderson is one of the best known and most loved modern fantasy writers. I finally got around to starting his Stormlight Archive series of epic fantasy books. Does it hold up?
Who is your favorite author? That’s a question I get asked quite a bit and it’s one that I’m always hesitant to answer. In this post, I show you why I have a hard time answering it.
Beach Read is a witty, fun romance from Emily Henry. I don’t often read romance and probably wouldn’t have read this if it wasn’t highly recommended by a friend. Did I hate it or did I fall in love with a new genre?
All the Bright Places is a young adult book focused on two misfit, isolated, and hurting teenagers who manage to find each other. I love books like that. What did I think about this one?
Over the course of this blog’s life, I have reviewed 15 books. I was wrong about some of them. In this post, I examine all of the reviews and see what I would change if I had to re-do them today.
Tweet Cute is a contemporary YA romcom novel from Emma Lord. It is silly, cheesy, and all around a lot of fun. Check out what I thought about this book and if you should add it to your summer TBR.
To round up and summarize the first half of 2021 in my reading habits, I decided to do this fun book tag. Let me know your thoughts and tag me in your own answers!
Recently, I’ve been reading a few different classics. I don’t think anyone cares what I have to say about them, so I won’t give them their own review. But I need content, so I’m wrapping them all up into one post.
They Both Die at the End has one of the most fascinating concepts I have seen in a long time. I couldn’t wait to dig into this book and see if it lived up to the premise.
All the Light We Cannot See completely challenged the way I think about book reviews. It has earned so many awards and become a literary phenomenon, so why was it so hard for me to review? Find out.