I’m back and with the Smashing & Dashing 2016 Character Awards by the lovely Cait/PaperFury. *pants* Man, that was LONG.
Anways, this is a tag that Cait created and left open. I’m not going to tag anyone, so if you want to read Cait’s answers, or see the questions, go to her blog RIGHT HERE.
Also – I totally had to look at my Goodreads to see all of the books that I’d read this year … ’cause I was completely hopeless at remembering them. And lastly, because I’m awesome
a.k.a.: too lazy to find appropriate gifs all of my gifs are funny Sherlock ones, so get your Pinterest buttons out.
Hello people! Soo … I’m writing this when I’m sick (boo!) and it’s late. I’m actually copying and pasting from a word doc., but I just need to write the fun stuff at the beginning and end. Yay.
Anyways, this is the historical fiction Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Septys. Continue reading
Guys, I read an audiobook. Er, listened to one. And the reader was British (or just had an accent…). And amazingness. This book is glorious.
It is Illusionarium by Heather Dixon. Miss Dixon has only written two books, but I’ve loved them both, and now I can officially say that she is one of my favorite authors! 🙂 Continue reading
Hey everyone! Guess what?! It’s another blog tour! 😛
Anyways, this is the third book in The Blades of Acktar by Tricia Mingerink (tied for my favorite author!!!!!!!!): Defy.
The first two reviews for the first two books in the series are here: click for book one // click for book two.
And click here for the rest of the tour! Continue reading
And bringing up the end to our four weeks of Ilyon ( 😥 ), is book 3 in the Ilyon Chronicles by Jaye L. Knight: Samara’s Peril!
This is gonna be a longer post, because I am lucky enough to be apart of the blog tour, so there’s blog tour stuff, along with ………………………… AN INTEREVIEW WITH JAYE!!! Yay! 😀 Which, you can find the rest of the tour here.
(My first three reviews are here, here, and here.) Continue reading
Peoples, we’re OVER HALF WAY DONE WITH THE FOUR WEEKS OF ILYON. Ah! Ahem. Today is book 2 in the Ilyon Chronicles by Jaye L. Knight, and it’s called The King’s Scrolls. Now, let’s cut the suspense and get on with it, shall we?? 😀
(Oh, and, you can find my reviews for book 1 and 1.5 here and here.) Continue reading
And now it is week TWO in my Ilyon Chronicles run, and this is book one: Resistance by Jaye L. Knight. (Click right here for the review of Half-Blood, bk 1.5.)
I’m super excited for this week, because Resistance is – so far – my favorite out of the whole series. And, I hope that you enjoy my review! 😀 Continue reading
So … I’ve been rereading one of my favorite series EVER, and, of course, I’m doing reviews for them. All in a row. For the next four weeks. And on the last one … I’ve got a surprise for you!!
Starting the four weeks of awesomeness off, is Half-Blood by Jaye L. Knight, book 1.5 (though it takes place before the others, and sort of overlaps). Oh, and, I guess that I should tell you, the series is the Ilyon Chronicles, a Christian fantasy series that is THE BEST. Continue reading
Pluto should be a planet!! I mean, I get why it ISN’T, but once a planet, always a planet, right?? Sorry, I’m doing physics in science, and I still remember when they said that Pluto was no longer a planet (though I was only, what, six? Seven?).
ANYWAYS. Today I am reviewing a great book by Heather Dixon called Entwined. Continue reading
Hello Africa, hello Antarctica, hello Asia, hello Australia, hello Europe, hello North America, hello South America! (Well that was a little long. 😉 )
How many of you remember when I did a review for A Time to Die awhile ago? No one? I must say that I’m disappointed in you all. Well, today is the second book in the Out of Time series, by the lovely Nadine Brandes, and it is A Time to Speak. Continue reading