Fae Friday – Winter Court

Here’s the rules: Today’s topic is the Winter Court: it’s known to be dark, chilling, and sensible. They’re the faerie representation of winter, and I actually helped to create today’s prompt, which is: what book left you feeling the winter chill? I’ve read a bunch of books that […]

February 2020 New Releases

I wasn’t super thrilled about new books being released in January, at least not excited enough to create a post dedicated to them. But February is a completely different story. There’s quite a few books that I’m most certainly looking forward to! Many of them are in the […]

TTT Book Covers

Today’s post is a freebie about book covers, so I chose to pick the ten most intriguing book covers (in no particular order). I’ll tell you a little about why I find them so fascinating, and I hope to hear a little about what your favorite book covers […]

Pan

Pan by Gina L. Maxwell is the first book in the Neverland series. I had already read Hook, and multiple people had been raving about this one, so I had to get my hands on it. I see what all the fuss is about now. TRIGGER WARNING: child […]

Legendary

After reading Caraval last month and feeling like it just didn’t live up to the hype, I was on the fence about reading Legendary, the second book in the series by Stephanie Garber. Fortunately, some people strongly urged me to give it a try, telling me that it […]

Fae Friday – Changelings

Here’s the rules: Faeries were often accused of taking children and leaving changelings in their place. Today’s post is about bookish changelings — a book that you picked up that wasn’t at all what you thought it would be. I recently read The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld. It […]

The New Year Book Tag

I’ve been neglecting my usual weekly posts in favor of the Bookish New Year’s Challenge, but I’m glad to be back to my routine. Kristy from Caffeinated Fae posted this last week, and basically invited everyone to join in. As you probably already know, I can’t resist a […]

We Set The Dark On Fire

We Set the Dark on Fire by Tehlor Kay Mejia immediately caught my eye with the beautiful cover. I was intrigued by the story too, once I could tear my eyes away from the front of the book. At the Medio School for Girls, distinguished young women are […]