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The (Not So) Darkling: Exploring Villainy

Before I get into this, know that I’m not necessarily talking about disney-type villains who seem to be ambitious and evil for the sake of power. I’m talking about villains who don’t see themselves as the villain, who truly believe that  what they’re doing is for the greater good. There’s a fine line between an […]

The Best & Worst Books I’ve Read This Year

It’s happening, y’all. We’re winding down on what seemed to be the longest freaking year ever. I mean, Black Panther came out THIS year! I don’t know about y’all, but it feels like it was released in 2017. Anyways, I know with the end of the year comes a flurry of best-books-of-the-year lists, so I […]

Queen of Air and Darkness Hangover Recovery Kit Review

Today’s post features a bookish one-time box from Fae Crate. I have never ordered a subscription box that featured a bookish theme. I’ve only ever ordered a one-time box from Nerdblock, but I was disappointed with that box. (I’ve heard they’re coming back, so maybe I’ll check them out!) Back in October, I saw a […]

Top 5 Favorite YA Book Covers (so far)

I love books. I know, what a shocker. You’re shocked. I love everything about reading and books in general. Especially the covers. Yeah, yeah, “don’t judge a book by its cover”, blah, blah, blah. Let’s be real. We all do it. If you are one of the rare unicorns who doesn’t, bravo. But I’m shallow […]

Am I finally going to read the Throne of Glass series?

With the release of the final installment in Sarah J. Maas’ Throne of Glass series, it’s only appropriate that I dedicate an entire post to is what sure to be a classic YA Fantasy series.  My first disclaimer: I have only read the first two books, Throne of Glass and Crown of Midnight. However, I […]

Issues in the Bookish Community

Click-bait title aside, I didn’t want to write this post. I hate anything to do with “drama”, but I feel this needs to be addressed within the book community. Not that I’m some kind of authority on the matter, but I’m going to explode if I don’t get it out somehow.  Throughout the last six […]

Geekerella by Ashley Poston Review

Marketed as a ‘love letter to fandom’, Geekerella plays with the well-known Cinderella story and strives to offer a fresh take. Our titular geek, Danielle (or Elle for short) is orphaned and living with a ‘stepmomster’ and two stepsisters. Poston writes Elle as a fan obsessed with the fictional science fiction show, Starfield. Starfield comes […]

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