ARC review – Wilder Girls by Rory Power

WILDER GIRLS YA, Contemporary Lit, Horor| 353 pages | 07.09.2019 | Delacorte Press 3.5 STARS Wilder Girls is deliciously strange and unusual. It can't be molded into one genre with it's horror, sci-fi, and magical realism inspired plotline. The less you know about the story, the more you get sucked in. Where does it lead… Continue reading ARC review – Wilder Girls by Rory Power

Aaaand that’s a wrap

The #reversereadathon is officially over. I had a wonderful time and am really happy with my accomplishments. I had made no reading plans. The only goal I set myself was to get back into the swing of things and get out of my reading slump. I think I got there. I read nearly 950 pages… Continue reading Aaaand that’s a wrap

Mid-event update

Hi bookish fam, I hope everyone's readathon is going great. I'm quite pleased with my progress. So far, I've read 161 pages in Jane Eyre and finished the last 87 pages of No Matter and the last 280 pages of Ever Alice. I'm currently deciding what I should tackle next. I'm going to peruse my… Continue reading Mid-event update

Life happens!

Hi lovelies, I have been super quiet in the blogosphere and even quieter on my reading front. Is it a slump? Did I get busy? I don't know. It started with my dog getting super sick and my mental capacity was completely ocupied with his recovery, which in truth was much harder and slower than… Continue reading Life happens!

US releases – June books to keep on your radar

Hi bookies, Keep your eyes peeled for these goodies! As always, I’ve linked the titles to my Goodreads reviews or to the actual book page.   Books I reviewed before release: Waking the Witch by Pam Grossman; June 4 Memoir, Feminism, Witchy Stuff I loved this ARC. Pam Grossman has a wonderful podcast, The Witch Wave. She… Continue reading US releases – June books to keep on your radar

June goals

Hey bookish fam, June goals will be minimal. I mean it is basically mid-June and I am just now posting them. I did ALMOST completed all my May goals (see my monthly wrap-up) but a few books had to be, yet again, moved to my this month's list. I have been so busy trying to get… Continue reading June goals

And thus concludes my May

May was a tough month for me. I had another reading slump that was challenging me. My dog also got really sick, needed emergency surgery, and still requires a lot of aftercare. He has a condition called laryngeal paralysis and while it was fixed with a simple surgery, he had to relearn how to eat… Continue reading And thus concludes my May