Tag: 2018 books

  • Estranged by Ethan M. Aldridge | Book Review

      The book was provided to me by HarperCollins in exchange of an honest review Debut author-illustrator Ethan M. Aldridge will captivate readers with this full-color fantasy graphic novel that has all the makings of a classic, about a changeling and a human child who were switched at birth and must now work together to […]

  • Winter Glass by Lexa Hillyer | Book Review

    This book was given to me for an honest review   Check out my review for book one Spindle Fire Winter Glass is the sequel to Spindle Fire, a retelling of the classic fairy tale: Sleeping Beauty. Book two picks off right where book one ended. Aurora, Isbe and Prince William are back in Deluce […]

  • A Wrinkle in Time | Book vs Movie

    I recently read A Wrinkle in Time because I was kinda hyped up for the movie. With it being a book turned movie, I wanted to see how the book to screen adaptation went….and quite frankly, I am impressed. While the movie was not a perfect replica of the book, it came pretty damn close. […]

  • February Wrap-up & March Preview

    February has been a bit of a slow reading month for me since I spent the majority of my free time watching Critical Role or TV shows. However, I read three books: Oak and Mistletoe by J.Z.N McCauley (My Rating: 2.5/5) A Druid Curse, A Prophesied Love, A Consuming Vengeance…Catherine Green, along with her twin […]

  • January Wrap-Up

    I felt that January was a slow reading month for me, mostly because two of the books I read were pretty bad/boring but I had to read them for some reviews I had to do. (One for a literary magazine and a book tour). Hinder and There Your Heart Lies almost put me in a […]

  • Anticipated Book Releases for 2018

    I currently have about 15 books on pre-order for the year ( I might remove a few..or a add a few..). These are the 10 I’m excitedly waiting to read! You should add them to your want to read list on Goodreads! Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi – March 6 They killed my mother. […]