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February Rewind

This was a pretty balanced month, some subpar reads, some great reads…some crazy reads… Let’s go! TOTAL COUNT: 14(1 comic book) Other Things Going On PONDATHON! My Other Posts Wishtress Cover Reveal In Other News: I am old and tired, I fear this is the new me lolol Now, what’s on for next month? Idk. […]

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Wishtress Cover Reveal

Hey all, it’s not a Street Team Sunday but it is a Street Team post! I’m really excited to be part of the cover reveal for Nadine Brande’s new novel, Wishtress which hits shelves in September!! NOW. The cover reveal. She didn’t ask to be the Wishtress. – GoodReads The Blurb She didn’t ask to […]

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The Atlas Six eARC Review

The Alexandrian Society is a secret society of magical academicians, the best in the world.  – GoodReads My Review There was so much hype about this book I went in thinking I wasn’t going to like it very much or that it would just straight up disappoint me. Imagine how pleasantly surprised that for the […]

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Moonlight and the Pearler’s Daughter eARC Review

The Brightwell family has sailed from England to make their new home in Western Australia.  – GoodReads My Review Set in 1886 in Bannin Bay, Australia Pook gives us a very promising debut novel. I love historical fiction, I don’t read it enough but it’s one of those genres I thoroughly enjoy and go down […]

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The Gifts that Bind Us eARC Review

Maeve and her friends have revealed their powers and banded together as a coven: Roe can pick locks, Lily sends sparks flying, Maeve can read minds and Fiona can heal any injury. – GoodReads My Review CW: Transphobia, homophobia, self harm are strong themes in this. They’re back; Maeve, Roe, Fiona and Lily. They’ve had […]

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The Way Past Winter Review

Mila and her sisters live with their brother Oskar in a small forest cabin in the snow. – GoodReads My Review A middle grade book that encourages younger readers to dive into a darker fantasy. I remember as a kid (waaaay waaaaay back) always enjoying books that didn’t coddle me. I wanted to experience things […]

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League of Liars eARC Review

Ever since his mother was killed, seventeen-year-old Cayder Broduck has had one goal–to see illegal users of magic brought to justice.  – GoodReads My Review I saw this book and thought ‘yea why not.’ Shouldn’t have asked myself ‘why not.’ I’m not going to lie I didn’t realize this author had already written a series […]

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Love in Colour Review

In her debut collection, internationally acclaimed writer Bolu Babalola retells the most beautiful love stories from history and mythology with incredible new detail and vivacity. Focusing on the magical folktales of West Africa, Babalola also reimagines Greek myths, ancient legends from the Middle East, and stories from long-erased places. – GoodReads My Review I am […]

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January 2022 Fairyloot Unboxing

This month’s theme: Monsters Within The tarot cards are still inspired from Red Rising a series that’s definitely on my tbr. This Savage Song inspired puzzle, I did end up getting rid of this but I do enjoy getting puzzles in book boxes! Another trinket dish! This one is of James Herondale so I’ve resigned […]

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Year of the Reaper Review

The past never forgets . . . – GoodReads My Review Do you ever put off reading or even finishing a book because you know you’re just going to love it, so like, what’s the hurry? I totally did that with starting this one. I went in with the intention of reading it as part […]