Bookish Breakdown

Bookish Breakdown No 15: March 2020

Hello, lovelies! Well, March was the longest decade of my life, that's for certain. It's also one of the most surreal experiences I've ever been a part of and not one I'd like to repeat in my lifetime, ever--especially since it's no way close to being over, yet. I haven't left my house in 15… Continue reading Bookish Breakdown No 15: March 2020

Books, Reviews, Writing Posts

Rereading The Blood Mirror

Hello, lovelies! It is time for another Annotated Book Review! As you may know, I have been rereading the first four books in the Lightbringer series by Brent Weeks for...an embarrassing amount of months (hint: this definitely started last year). Much longer than these books deserve, that's for certain. I hadn't ever reviewed the first two books,… Continue reading Rereading The Blood Mirror

Random Musings

The End of Normal

Hello, lovelies. I'm not even sure where to begin with this post. I'm sure plenty of people don't want another take on COVID-19, since everyone is being inundated with information--some good, some...not so much; so much so, it's hard to escape from it, and we all need to, even if it's just for a little… Continue reading The End of Normal

SPFBO

Beggar’s Rebellion: SPFBO 5 Finalist

Title: Beggar's Rebellion Author: Levi Jacobs Published: February 2019 Amount Read: 100% Rating: 7 out of 10 Blurb: The Councilate controls everything except the truth. I have nothing save my discovery—but with this shall I destroy an empire. Tai Kulga lost the rebellion and his best friend on the same day, stripping him of his… Continue reading Beggar’s Rebellion: SPFBO 5 Finalist

Random Musings

Library Tour: Part Three

Hello lovelies! Welcome to Part Three of my Library Tour! The first post highlighted all my favorite Orbit books and shared an embarrassing amount of books unread. The second highlighted my Mass Market Paperbacks--my personal favorite medium to read in. Today, we're going to highlight my third bookshelf, which I can only describe as...the disorganized… Continue reading Library Tour: Part Three

SPFBO

A Tale of Stars and Shadow: SPFBO 5 Finalist

Title: A Tale of Stars and Shadow Author: Lisa Cassidy Published: June 2019 Amount Read: 100% Rating: 7 out of 10 Blurb: Dumnorix princess and born warrior, Talyn Dynan was the finest fighter of her generation. With her Callanan partner at her side, she was invincible, reckless, a death-knell to their enemies. But after her… Continue reading A Tale of Stars and Shadow: SPFBO 5 Finalist

Guest Posts/Blog Tours

Guest Post: Top Ten Tips for New and Aspiring Authors by J.T Nicholas

Hello, lovelies! I am so excited to be taking part another blog tour today! This time, I am stoked to offer you a guest post from author J.T Nicholas, author of novel Re-Coil, which was published on March 3rd from Titan Books! I knew I wanted to read this book when the cover went live and… Continue reading Guest Post: Top Ten Tips for New and Aspiring Authors by J.T Nicholas

Random Musings

Finding a New Routine

Hello, lovelies! Happy Friday! I hope you all are enjoying the start of your weekend. Me, I'm pretty excited. I get to hang out with my family tomorrow and start planning my sister's wedding, which I think should be a lot of fun. But I also started trying out a new routine this week and… Continue reading Finding a New Routine

Random Musings

Advice When You Just Need a Break: Take It

Hello, lovelies. Another personal post, coming at you live from someone who is very susceptible to what is happening in the world around her and also suffers from depression. So, yesterday was a really rough day. I had a slow day at work and I was really excited about that, as it would give me… Continue reading Advice When You Just Need a Break: Take It

Books, Reviews

Rereading The Broken Eye

Title: The Broken Eye Author: Brent Weeks Published: August 2014, Orbit Books Blurb: As the old gods awaken, the Chromeria is in a race to find its lost Prism, the only man who may be able to stop catastrophe, Gavin Guile. But Gavin's enslaved on a galley, and when he finally escapes, he finds himself… Continue reading Rereading The Broken Eye