No one tagged me in this but I really liked the questions and just decided to answer them 🙂
The tag was made by the lovely Drew @ TheTattooedBookGeek and they also made the very cute header image!
Feel free to participate in this tag and tag me because I would really like to hear your answers to these questions!
Also, quick thing, I’ve changed my uploading schedule again. Sorry but I’ve started posting more and I think posting three times a week would be a good commitment for me. I think will be the last time I change my schedule for a while so hopefully things don’t get to crazy for me!
Continue reading “This Is My Genre Tell Me Yours Book Tag”
So I couldn’t really find a book tag that I liked so I’m going to take inspiration from a couple that I’ve seen floating around. I am not saying that I came up with each individual question but a majority are my take on a previously published book tag.
Also, I’m just curious but should I make a post about my tattoo and just some general information about the experience I had? Like I kind of want to but are any of you interested in reading about it?
Continue reading “Valentine’s Day Book Tag!”
I’m posting on a day that’s not a Saturday?? Yeah, I figured that I might as well participate and upload a tag on a Tuesday (which is today, big surprise) while also giving a quick little life update.
Continue reading “The Emoji Book Tag (& life update)”
Just some general January things I happened to love 🙂
Continue reading “January Wrap Up”
I won’t say that I didn’t enjoy this book because I did, I just think it could have been better. This book is about a young girl with a rare disease and its kind of like the movie bubble boy that came out in 2001. For me, this book was an incredibly short read and I ended up finishing it in one night. I hadn’t planned to but it was such a fast paced book I didn’t want to put it down till I had finished it.
Continue reading “Everything, Everything ★★★☆☆”
I don’t even know what to say about this book. Like wow. It’s almost impossible to give a proper rating because there are so many factors. At some parts, it seemed four-star worthy but then sometimes it’d be three stars, and sadly it would feel like a two-star book at some points. Not that it felt like a 2-star book very often, it just did enough to seem worthy of mention. Oh and the cover is stunning I absolutely love its design and the meaning it holds in the story.
Continue reading “The Love That Split the World ★★★☆☆”
The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner ✧
Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch ✧
Half Bad by Sally Green ✧
Half Wild by Sally Green ✧
Half Lost by Sally Green ✧
Obsidien by Jennifer L. Armentrout ✧
Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout ✧
Opal by Jennifer L. Armentrout ✧
Origin by Jennifer L. Armentrout ✧