The End of the Year Book Tag

Hello book friends and other readers! I thought it was time for another tag. A bookish one! I will try my hand at the end of year book tag today. If you’re going to use this tag as well, don’t forget to link back to the original creator! The end of the year book tag was made by Drizzle and Hurricane, but I found it over on Jenn’s blog, Jenniely! Are there any book you started this year that you need to finish? Oh yes. I’ve been a little bad at actually finishing books lately. The ones I started this…

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My most anticipated 2020 releases

Can you believe there are only a couple more weeks left until the end of the year? This year has gone by so fast. Lots of great books came out this year, but 2020 will be just as good! Here are my most anticipated releases. A Heart so Fierce and Broken by Brigit Kemmerer – January 7 Okay so I haven’t read A Curse so Dark and Lonely yet, but I ordered it from Book Outlet recently. Surely I can read ACSDAL before its sequel comes out in a month? Yes, it’s only one month away! I know a lot…

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“Happy Holidays” spelled in book titles

Now that it’s officially December, I can start with all the Christmas stuff right? For today’s post I thought it would be fun to try and spell “happy holidays” in book titles! To make it a little more challenging, I’ll be spelling “happy holidays” without using articles. Let’s see how well this goes… Heartless – Marissa Meyer Ace of Shades – Amanda Foody Priory of the Orange Tree – Samantha Shannon Paper Towns – John Green Young Elites – Marie Lu Heir of Fire – Sarah J. Maar Outlander – Diana Gabaldon Lifeblood – Gena Showalter Invictus – Ryan Graudin…

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How to have a stress free reading year

I’ve recently realized that for some reason I’m more concerned with making my reading goals than actually enjoying books. It kind of stresses me out, and I’m pretty sure I’m not alone in this. So in this post I’ll try to give some pointers on how to read, stress free! Remember who you’re reading for… … It’s you! You like books, so you read them for yourself! I’ve caught myself putting books aside, or not picking them up at all because of other people’s opinions on them. In order to read stress free I think it’s important to not be…

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The Queen of Nothing Review

The Queen of Nothing was one of my most anticipated releases for this year, so as soon as I got my hands on a copy I sped through it. That ending in The Wicked King really left us with questions, and I needed them answered ASAP! This review will contain some spoilers, so best not read it if you haven’t finished the book yet! Things I disliked To be honest, my review for The Queen of Nothing will probably be one of my most conflicting reviews to date. On the one hand I really did enjoy it! But on the…

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