I think many of book bloggers have been there before. You go overboard with requesting books and your TBR pile is threatening to crush you -- there’s no way you can read all of these books in a timely fashion. You’re so busy that you can’t possibly dedicate as much time as you’d like to your various platforms. Real life strikes and you find yourself unable or unwilling to keep up with your reading or your blogs.
Happy Friday! Only two more weeks until I head home for the Christmas holiday. While I am filled with holiday cheer (and over excitement), I’ve been happily plowing my way through my December TBR. I managed to finish three books this week between Christmas parties, lunches, wrapping, and decorating. I’m kind of impressed with myself.
It’s time for one of the most pointless yet enjoyable posts for me -- my monthly TBR! This was meant to go up on the 1st of December, but due to technical difficulties and laziness...well, it didn't. Because of this, there are a couple of books on this TBR that I've already read. You'll have to wait for tomorrow's wrap up to find out what those are!
Welcome back to another anti-book haul! You guys seemed to like my last anti-haul, so I thought I’d bring it back again. If you didn’t see my last post, an anti-haul is a list of books that I’d really like to buy, but haven’t! I’m working on saving a little bit of cash for some... Continue Reading →
Hey guys, guess what? It’s December! Already! I feel like November was just a thing that didn’t happen. This year has absolutely flown by and I’m not sure where the time has gone. But now that November is over, it’s time for my monthly reading round-up.
Stephen Donaldson is one of the kings of 80’s fantasy, however I had never read any of his books before. When I was presented with an opportunity to read his newest book, The Seventh Decimate, I jumped at the chance.
I read Daughter of Smoke and Bone earlier this year and wasn’t really impressed by it. I had major issues with the main character Karou going from kickass lady to puddle of tepid water as soon as the romance was introduced. While I loved Taylor’s gorgeous writing, I really struggled with the romantic aspects of the book. However, I absolutely loved the friendship between Karou and Zuzana. So when I heard about Night of Cake and Puppets, a companion novella previously published in a digital format, I was intrigued.
Happy Friday! You guys may have noticed I haven’t been around much this week -- I haven’t posted a single thing since last Friday. Life has been getting in the way, particularly with the holidays coming up. I did a lot of reading this week, even though it initially may not look like it.
Happy Friday! I can’t believe that we’re already more than halfway through November. This year has absolutely flown by and I’m not sure where the time has gone! Fortunately, this also means that Christmas is inching ever closer. It’s nearly time to dust off your ugly Christmas jumpers and make a fool of yourself at your work’s holiday party.