Was it what I was expecting? No. Did it get me out of a months long reading slump? Yes. The town of Ilvernath has a secret—it is the last town on earth that has access to high magick. Magick that is awarded to one of seven families through a deadly curse. Every 20 years, each … Continue reading ARC Review! All of us Villains
So I was a really big fan of These Violent delights. And while I definitely enjoyed Our Violent Ends, I wouldn’t say it quite lived up to the first book. Still 1000% better than Shakespeare though. Roma and Juliette return while facing an even bigger threat. Not only are monsters lurking in the city, but someone … Continue reading ARC Review: Our Violent Ends
A solid sapphic sci-fi read (hehe)! Asa is set to become the heiress of her father’s tech empire, a role she was raised for. But when Asa’s father risks her sister’s life to further his own experiments, she runs away to Requiem. Enter: Riven, head of one of the most ragtag yet deadly gangs in … Continue reading ARC Review: City of Shattered Light
Sigh. Apparently it is my destiny to go on hiatuses with 0 warning and for undetermined lengths of time. The good part is that I always seem to find my way back! Of course, I’ve missed you guys! Before I get back into blogging I figured I’d give you a small life update post. I … Continue reading Check in: It’s been a while…
Well well friends, it’s been a while! But I am back to finally give you the conclusion to my research series (I know you have been eagerly awaiting it, after all). However, while there is much research about the benefits of counterstereotypes in literature, there is relatively little research about the impact of stereotypical representations … Continue reading Research: Stereotypes and Books
AHHH SO MANY TEARS. Wallace Price is dead, and a jerk. When his reaper, Mei, comes to collect him, Wallace can’t believe his fate. But then he meets Hugo, the man who will guide him into the life beyond. What starts as a tenuous tolerance of Hugo at first soon blooms into something like friendship. … Continue reading ARC Review: Under the Whispering Door
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