It's been a while since I've last written a Bookish Math Lesson post, but I've found a new relevant topic for today! Netgalley is a huge resource for so many bloggers, but navigating it can be difficult a lot of the time. ✨ (Also, check out my previous Math Lesson posts on how 5 Stars … Continue reading A Math Lesson: Netgalley & Your Average Rating
Do you love Stalking Jack the Ripper, Gothic or Victorian settings, murder mysteries, and/or giveaways? Then you're totally in the right place! Welcome to the Girl at the Grave blog tour! Today I have a post straight from the awesome author about ten mystery novels or TV shows you'll love if you loved Girl at the Grave (but this … Continue reading Love These Books & TV Series? Then Check Out Girl at the Grave by Teri Bailey Black! (+Giveaway & Review!)
Hello! Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Demetra Brodsky's awesome Dive Smack! This is a debut I've been so excited for since a while back, and it's so amazing for it to finally be out in the world! And I am so glad to say that this did not disappoint! I really … Continue reading Dive Smack by Demetra Brodsky Blog Tour
3.5 stars I have been an avid fan of Marissa Meyer's writing for very many years. Ever since Scarlet came out. The Lunar Chronicles is one of my favorite series ever and I fell in love with the Queen of Hearts plotline in Heartless. But something about Renegades just didn't cut it for me. If I hadn't enjoyed Heartless, this wouldn't … Continue reading Renegades by Marissa Meyer: My Sincerest Apologies to One of My Favorite Authors
Sometimes, it takes a well organized guide (like the one you'll find in this post) to prepare you for gearing up to read a book so you can experience the full glory of a novel. Other times, you just dive into it. For instance, take Harry Potter. It's great to read, but isn't it even better … Continue reading A Reader’s Guide to Embarking on an Adventure in Isle of Blood and Stone by Makiia Lucier (+Giveaway!)
3.5 stars In the Alskad empire, nearly everyone has a twin--two parts to a whole--yet some must face the world alone. The singleborn, a rarity, are given the right to rule by the gods and goddesses. The diminished are the ones left behind to face the world when their twin dies--and they are doomed to … Continue reading The Diminished by Kaitlyn Sage Patterson: Twins, Secrets, and Royalty
Sometimes, when reading, you may come to the dilemma that you just despise the main character. Or, at the very least, very much dislike them. And then you're stuck with the problem of if you should DNF the book because you don't want to handle the main protagonist annoying you, or if you should stick … Continue reading How Likeable Do Characters Have To Be?
4 stars Kira's coming back to her town and her father after living with her aunt in Seattle while her father was in rehab. She was forced to leave behind everything she loves, and all she's looking for now is a Normal Life. But when your parent's an alcoholic, there's no such thing as normal … Continue reading Twelve Steps to Normal by Farrah Penn (ARC): Alcoholism that’s NOT a Sob Story *gasp*