Romance novels have their place in the world, erotic too, whatever, but YA literature isn’t necessarily either of those
October is going to wreck my TBR. There are SO many books coming out,
Can we talk about something I’ve noticed and now can’t forget? It’s the deluge of fantasy books utilizing the title format A __ of ___ and ___.
How is it August already? And how can so many books I want to read be coming out in one month?
What happened to Mad Queen Elsabet to make her go bad?
In May I graduated from college, moved back home to Kentucky, studied for the GRE, and read a ton of books. Here’s a recap.
If you’re still trying to complete your Pop Sugar Reading Challenge and looking for books with weather elements in the title, look no further. I have the list for you!
Sarah J Maas is back with a novella that is supposed to bridge that first three ACOTAR books with a new trilogy, but it feels like she forgot she was writing fantasy.
May is here, and so are some of the most anticipated books of the year!
It’s spring cleaning time ya’ll, and there’s a book tag for everything.
On my quest to complete the Pop Sugar reading challenge in 2017, I’ve been compiling these posts that are meant to help you and me fill out the prompts presented to us. Today, I’m tackling books with animals in the title
Today, check out these books with a time of day in their title. As you’ll see from my list, a lot of things happen at night.