Book Review: A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas

Title: A Court of Frost and Starlight Author: Sarah J. Maas Published by: Bloomsbury YA Hope warms the coldest night. Feyre, Rhys, and their close-knit circle of friends are still busy rebuilding the Night Court and the vastly-changed world beyond. But Winter Solstice is finally near, and with it, a hard-earned reprieve. Yet even theContinue reading “Book Review: A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas”

Top 7 Dystopian Novels

Hello, beautiful bookworms 💜 Time for another Top Books Tuesday. This week I’ve decided to talk about the ever-emerging genre: dystopian fiction. Personally, I’m not the biggest fan of many dystopian or post-apocalyptic novel but I must admit there are quite a few out there that are definitely worth reading. Here are my top picks: TheContinue reading “Top 7 Dystopian Novels”

New Releases To Look Out For in April

New month = new books ♥ Thank God for writers! April is full of awesome new releases I can’t wait for, and they all have wonderful ratings. From YA contemporary romance, to memoirs, historial fiction and fantasy, here is a list of some of the books you should be looking forward to this upcoming month:  Continue reading “New Releases To Look Out For in April”

March Book Haul, Wrap-Up & TBR Update

Physical   E-books   Advanced Reading Copies   Dreamers & Fairies February Book Box: All is Fair in Love and War  Physical Rereads: Title: Shatter Me Author: Tahereh Mafi Page Count: 338 Rating: ♥♥♥♥ Title: Unravel Me Author: Tahereh Mafi Page Count: 461 Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ Title: Ignite Me Author: Tahereh Mafi Page Count: 421 Rating: ♥♥♥♥ I rereadContinue reading “March Book Haul, Wrap-Up & TBR Update”

Top Seven Middle Grade Books You Can Read at Any Age

Hello, beautiful bookworms! It is time for another Top Books Recommendations Tuesday and this week I have decided to talk about one of the best and most underrated genre categories out there.   I want to start by stating that I was not aware of this category until recently. I’ve always thought a kid’s bookContinue reading “Top Seven Middle Grade Books You Can Read at Any Age”

Top 6 Books That Feature Abuse

Hello, lovely bookworms!  This Top Books Tuesday I thought I’d mention books I’ve read that portray abuse and its many effects. Abuse in all of its forms – verbal, physical, sexual, psychological, negligence – is happening all over the world. Whether you are someone who’s been directly or indirectly affected by any type of aggression,Continue reading “Top 6 Books That Feature Abuse”

Top Five Books With Insane Plot-Twists

Hello, lovelies! It’s time for another Book Recommendations Tuesday and I’ve decided to honor some very talented writers with the ability to shock us into silence and blow our minds away with a single unexpected turn of events. I’m not usually surprised by books, mostly because I try guessing what’s about to happen next theContinue reading “Top Five Books With Insane Plot-Twists”

Top Five Swoon Worthy Book Moments

Hello, beautiful readers ♥ As you all know, we are one day away from Valentine’s Day, day of love and friendship, and although I’ve got a partner and a couple of friends I’m happy to be spending it with, I’m even more excited to be up past my bedtime tomorrow night reading and reliving someContinue reading “Top Five Swoon Worthy Book Moments”

TBR Update & January Wrap-up

Hey, lovely readers! In typical me fashion, I am updating my To Be Read list a little too late, seeing as January was over ten days ago. Better late than never, right? Overall, I think January was a slow month for me in the reading department. Many of the books I picked up I didContinue reading “TBR Update & January Wrap-up”

Top Five Books To Read In Black History Month

Hello, fellow bookworms ♥ It is time for another… As we welcome the first Tuesday in February, the month designated to commemorating black history, I thought it fitting to list my top five books that best represent such. Black History Month was originally a week-long celebration of African American history established to be the second weekContinue reading “Top Five Books To Read In Black History Month”