Books with Nature on the Cover | Top 10 Tuesdays

Today, I'm sharing with you some of my favorite covers that feature nature, i.e. flowers, plants, trees, etc. Basically any flora & fauna. I am really excited about this prompt, because I adore covers that feature nature or have a plant-based aesthetic. I love artful leaves, tree branches, and vivid landscapes. I don't even care … Continue reading Books with Nature on the Cover | Top 10 Tuesdays

The Republic of Birds | ARC Review

The Republic of Birds by Jessica Miller Published: April 20th 2021 Format: eBook (ARC) Tags: Middle-Grade, Fantasy, Sisters, Magic, Witches | Synopsis from the Publisher | In the land of Tsaretsvo, civil war has divided the human kingdom from the Republic of Birds. Magic is outlawed, and young witches are sent to a mysterious boarding school, from … Continue reading The Republic of Birds | ARC Review

My Favorite Dark Academia Books | What to Read Wednesdays

What to Read Wednesdays

My Favorite "Dark Academia" Books Source. I've only recently realized that this sub-genre exists, but taking a look at common books included in this category, I realized I have read quite a few. In this post, I want to recommend my favorite books that fall under this sub-genre. What is "dark academia"? Essentially, it's books … Continue reading My Favorite Dark Academia Books | What to Read Wednesdays

My Ten Most Recent Reads | Top 10 Tuesdays

I like the straightforwardness of this prompt, so without any preamble, here's the list: The House of the Spirits by Isabelle Allende: Good writing, but I did not enjoy the story. Sweeping family sagas are not my thing.The Republic of Birds by Jessica Miller: This was a very fun, interesting middle-grade with Russian-inspired worldbuilding and … Continue reading My Ten Most Recent Reads | Top 10 Tuesdays

The Forest of Stolen Girls | ARC Review

The Forest of Stolen Girls by June Hur Published: April 20 2021 Format: eBook (ARC) Tags: Young Adult, Historical Fiction, Mystery/Thriller, Sisters | Synopsis from the Publisher | Hwani's family has never been the same since she and her younger sister went missing and were later found unconscious in the forest, near a gruesome crime scene. The … Continue reading The Forest of Stolen Girls | ARC Review