The Evaporation of Sofi Snow ~ Review

Hey guys! Um, long time no see, eh?? Uhahahahaha. Ha. Yeah.


Hello. 😉

So, today I’m reviewing a much anticipated read for many peoples (but only if you’re of this Earth): The Evaporation of Sofi Snow (the first in the series of its namesake) by Miss Mary Weber.

Please do enjoy! Continue reading “The Evaporation of Sofi Snow ~ Review”



I DEFINITELY apologize that I haven’t blogged for 27.415 days! (Okay, just kidding. I took 26 – the actual number – and added the log of 26. #nerdy )

But I do have a … visually pleasing post today! I planned to make it a bit of a longer post, but I just got back from babysitting, and sheesh…

So today’s post is #coverlove . These are all books from my physical bookshelf that I just adore for one reason or another. Please enjoy! 😉 Continue reading “#CoverLove”

Central Station for all of my Reviews

Hey everyone!! This is kinda central station for all my book reviews, so if you wanted to find all of them neatly organized, that’s not here. But I do have all of my reviews listed, so yay! 🙂

*note: the books in ( ) are all apart of the said series, and those outside from the ( ) are stand-alones.

My Reviews!

Bryan Davis:

(Dragons in Our Midst series: Raising DragonsThe CandlestoneCircles of Seven, and Tears of a Dragon), (Reapers Trilogy: Reapers, Beyond the Gateway), (Echoes From the Edge trilogy: Beyond the Reflection’s Edge, Eternity’s Edge, Nightmare’s Edge), I Know Why the Angels Dance

Tricia Mingerink:

(The Blades of Acktar: DareDeny, Defy, Destroy)

Kaitlyn Deann:

(The Witches’ Sleep Trilogy: The Witches’ Sleep), On the Day of Silence

Kendra E Ardnek:

(The Rizkaland Legends: Water Princess, Fire Prince )The Ankulen

Molly Evangeline/Jaye L. Knight:

({Molly Evangeline} The Makilien Trilogy: Truth), ({Jaye L. Knight} Illyon Chronicles: Half-Blood, Resistance, The King’s Scrolls, Samara’s Peril)

Morgan Elizabeth Huneke:

(Time Captives Trilogy: Creighton HillThe Crossways, Espionage, Crannig Castle), The Experiment

Jessie Mae Hodsdon:

(Xsardis Chronicles: IssymAsandraand Xsardis)

Nadine Brandes:

(Out of Time Series: A Time to Die, A Time to Speak, A Time to Rise)

Mary Weber:

(Storm Siren: Storm SirenSiren’s Fury, Siren’s Song), (The Evaporation of Sofi Snow: The Evaporation of Sofi Snow)

Heather Dixon:

Entwined, Illusionarium

Mandy Fender:

(Defier: Defier: The Girl Who Stood, Sparrow)


Andy Weir: The Martian

Ashley Royer: Remember to Forget

Betty SmithA Tree Grows in Brooklyn

C.B. Cook: Paralyzed Dreams

Claire Banschbach: (The Faeries of Myrnius: Adela’s Curse)

E. Kaiser Weiser: (Thaw: Prince of Demargen)

Jason Gurley: Eleanor

Jeanette Windle: Betrayed

Jessica Cluess: (Kingdom on Fire: A Shadow Bright and Burning)

J. Grace Pennington: Implant

Jonas Karlsson: The Invoice

Jonathan Friesen: Unfolding

J.R.R. Tokien: (Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring)

Kellyn Roth: (The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy: The Dressmaker’s Secret)

Kerri Maniscalco: Stalking Jack the Ripper

Leah E. Good: Counted Worthy

Lois Lowry: (The Giver Quartet: The Giver)

Lorie Langdon: Gilt Hollow

Neal Shusterman: Unwind

Pitticus Lore: (The Lorien Legends: I am Number Four)

Rosey Mucklestone: Amazing Honesty

Ruta Sepetys: Between Shades of Gray

Sara Ella: (Unblemished: Unblemished)

Shantelle Mary HannuA Dream Not Imagined

Suzanne Collins: The Hunger Games

Naomi Novik: Uprooted

Neil Gaiman: The Ocean at the End of the Lane

Terry Schott: (The Game is Life: The Game)

To Dog Ear, or to Not Dog Ear (and other controversial topics/bookworm problems)

Heeey guys!

Today I’m doing a post on common controversial bookworm topics  and common-ish bookworm problems (as the post said … duh). *hides* Please don’t kill me.

Sorry … I couldn’t help myself.

Please enjoy. And comment. And subscribe. And trade me your souls.
And I’m trying to branch out and do some more bookish posts, versus just reviews, since I just want to shake it up. 😉 Like maybe doing a review only every other week, and a different post in between? Continue reading “To Dog Ear, or to Not Dog Ear (and other controversial topics/bookworm problems)”

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