Ed BookFest Day 2

Hey guys, so here I am to talk about my second day of attendance to Edinburgh Book Festival. Yesterday I got to hear AL Kennedy speak, the author of The Little Snake. Which I reviewed here. It's a call/response to The Little Prince and an amazing read that packs so much power in so few pages. I'm… Continue reading Ed BookFest Day 2

Mini Reviews

**Thanks to Kelly from BookGlow for sending me these two copies to read and review, in exchange for my honest review** GoodReads Blurb: From USA Today featured novelist and Western Writers of America Spur award finalist Milana Marsenich, The Swan Keeperis an historical, coming-of-age novel set in 1920s Montana. On her eleventh birthday, Lilly’s family visits the Cattail… Continue reading Mini Reviews

The BeeKeeper of Aleppo eARC Review

GoodReads:  In the midst of war, he found love In the midst of darkness, he found courage In the midst of tragedy, he found hope The Beekeeper of Aleppo What will you find from his story? Nuri is a beekeeper; his wife, Afra, an artist. They live a simple life, rich in family and friends,… Continue reading The BeeKeeper of Aleppo eARC Review

5 Books I would Save in a Fire

Hey guys, sadly it's Michelle's last day for hosting BookEnding Spring19 so click here to see her awesome kick-ass post. She also just has a kick-ass blog in general, so if you . missed out her prompts please go check them out! [Thank you to Sam & Clo for putting this event together!] I think she decided to try… Continue reading 5 Books I would Save in a Fire

A Week in Review

Hey everyone! I was going to do today's BE Spring prompt, but Michelle's post was so perfect and like I would do everything she did, so, just go read her post here. So, what have I read this week? GoodReads: A literary courtroom drama about a Korean immigrant family and a young, single mother accused… Continue reading A Week in Review

Books that Remind me of Spring

BESpring19 Post Theresa is still today's host and her prompt today is spring shelf decor. As I don't actually decorate my shelves, like, at all, unless you count dust, I am passing on today. But. I'm doing yesterday's prompt late because I had a cool cover reveal to do, and it's prompt from Theresa was… Continue reading Books that Remind me of Spring

Finding love for Reading

For anyone who knows me in real life knows, like every book blogger, I'm a super bookworm, I love to read, I always have, and around my friends, I'm also known as being an annoyingly fast reader. Oddly enough, I didn't really enjoy books until the Fourth grade. I used to have to stay after… Continue reading Finding love for Reading