I was thinking that I want to do more tags and what do I see? The 5 W's book tag on Shanah's blog! What great timing you have, friend.
The year is almost over -- can you believe it? It feels like it should still be September, maybe October. Where has the time gone? At least I get to be super Christmassy without judgement.
I was so excited to hear that Empress of All Seasons was being published in the UK -- an all-girl contest to win the hand of the emperor’s son set in a Japanese-inspired world? Sign me up. I tumbled into the story right away and really enjoyed it -- it features strong feminist themes, trope inversion, and some incredibly badass women.
I am not shy about shouting out my love of Emma Newman’s Planetfall -- it is easily one of the best books that I’ve read this year. I have been looking forward to reading After Atlas ever since I finished up Planetfall, but I just hadn’t found the time until this summer. After Atlas is not a direct sequel to Planetfall, rather it is a companion novel set in the same universe, but it did not disappoint.
Hello everyone! I've been around here a little less than usual because I'm participating in NaNoWriMo. In case you don't know, NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month and it takes place every November. Everyone's goals are a little different for NaNoWriMo, but most people (like me) aim to write 50,000 words in 30 days. … Continue reading Mini Hiatus Announcement: NaNoWriMo!
In the blogging community, we talk about books all the time. But sometimes we get caught up in reading and reviewing the same books as everyone else, and great books can slip beneath our radar. I wanted to take the opportunity to talk about a few books I really loved, but I think are underrated in the blogging community.
Hello everyone! I've been teasing this for a little while, but the time has come! When my book twin Shanah from Bionic Book Worm came up with this readathon idea, I was so excited to take part.