#5OnMyTBR – Books about Books

#5OnMyTBR is a bookish meme hosted by E. @ Local Bee Hunter’s Nook where you chose five books from your to-be-read pile that fit that week’s theme. If you’d like more info, head over to the announcement post!


Hello, reader!

It’s time for another 5 On My TBR! Well, I know I’m a day late but your girl was T I R E D last night. The effects of staying up too late the night before playing Paper Mario, lol. Anyways, I’m pretty excited about the theme today! Why, you ask? Because today, we’re talking about one of my favorite things: books about books! Seriously, give me a book that involves some bookish element (say, it’s set in a library or centers around a different “book” in the story) and I’m probably gonna love it. Some of my favorite stories are books about books! The Starless Sea comes to mind right off the top of my head.

With that being said, I have a lot of books on my TBR that would fall under this category. Choosing the five books I most want to read soon was tough! But I think I finally have it narrowed down. Without further ado, let’s jump in!


#1. Dear Fahrenheit 451: Love and Heartbreak in the Stacks by Annie Spence

I’m gonna start this list with a non-fiction selection. I know… who even am I? But I’ve been wanting to read this love letter to books for quite some time! I enjoy talking to people who love the written word just as much as I do, so I imagine I’ll enjoying reading about a bookish person, as well. Also, I really love this cover. A woman balancing precariously on a stack of books speaks to my soul, lol.

#2. Tilly and the Lost Fairytales by Anna James

From non-fiction to middle grade, this book has been on my radar since I read the first one in this series. It was just so cute! This book follows Tilly and her friend Oskar, who are both bookwanderers. They can actually visit their favorite books and wander inside the story. How cool does that sound? In this installment, they wander into fairytales and I can’t wait to get lost with them!

#3. The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep by H.G. Parry

One day I will actually stop putting this book on various “I want to read this!” lists and actually read it, lol. A book about a person that can bring book characters out of their books sounds like it would be right up my alley. I’ve heard nothing but great things about this one, too. I can’t wait to finally read this one.

#4. The Library of the Unwritten by A.J. Hackwith

I love the concept of this book. A library in Hell? Where unfinished books are kept and restless characters can escape? It sounds incredible! This is another one that I’ve heard a lot of great things about. I actually own this one, too! I’m ready to see why it gets so much love and see what Hell’s librarians are really like.

#5. The Binding by Bridget Collins

This is a book that I originally looked into because of the cover. I mean, that cover is gorgeous!! And then I found out it’s about the ability to bind memories in books and I was even more intrigued. Again, I’ve heard amazing things about this book. I can’t wait to finally read it! I kind of want my own copy, too, because how could I not want a book this beautiful?


Do you enjoy reading books about books? Which ones are on your TBR? Let me know in the comments!

And, as always, happy reading!

WWW Wednesday: Sept 2, 2020

It’s time for another WWW Wednesday! This is a bookish meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words where bloggers answer the 3 Ws:

  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll read next?

If you’d like to learn more about any of these books, click on the cover to be taken to the Goodreads page.

Current Reads

  • Legendborn by Tracy Deonn: I’ve only read the first few chapters of this book about literal Black Girl Magic and I’m already hooked. I have no idea what’s going on, but I am invested! I love Bree, I’m really enjoying Tracy Deonn’s writing, and there’s already a mystery that I’m desperate to solve. I’m excited to continue!
  • The Poppy Wars by R.F. Kuang: Okay, so I’ve been meaning to read this book for what feels like ages. So I joined a buddy read to give myself the kick in the rear that I needed. I would say “Why did no one tell me this book was incredible?!” but, like… pretty much everyone in the bookish community I follow has sooooo… my bad. I’m only six chapters in and I’m already completely wrapped up in this story! Rin is so ruthless, y’all, and I kind of love it.

Recently Finished

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Rating: 5 out of 5.
  • The Faithless Hawk by Margaret Owen: The perfect end to an incredible duology. This is definitely going to end up in my top ten of the year! I love Fie, I love Jas, I love Tavin (in that order, mind) and I loved watching them grow throughout this series. This book made me feel a lot of feelings which I have a hard time describing coherently, so check out my review to see how I truly felt. It mostly boils down to PLEASE READ THIS BOOK NOW, THANK YOU.
  • Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia: Ugggghhhh, I will never look at mushrooms the same again 🤢🤢🤢 This book was so good, though! It was creepy and dark and disgusting and just everything I want from a horror novel! I also really enjoyed Noemi as a protagonist. She’s smart, she’s clever, and she knows how to work with what she has. This was the perfect book to get me in the mood for spooky season!
  • All Systems Red by Martha Wells: Okay, um, I did not go into this book thinking I would become obsessed with a sarcastic, socially awkward android who just wants to watch daytime television BUT HERE WE ARE. I would die for Murderbot and I can’t wait to read the rest of this series! I am actually actively making myself ignore the other novellas because I have so many books I need to prioritize in September… but it’s hard, y’all 😩

What’s Next

  • Keeper of the Lost Cities by Shannon Messenger: This is the Middle Grade Marvels pick for the month of September. I’ll admit, though I’ve heard of this series numerous times, I don’t know much about it. The synopsis sounds like it’ll be an exciting time, though. And reading/discussing it with a group makes it that much more enjoyable! If you’d like to join in, definitely check out the Middle Grade Marvels announcement!
  • Vampires Never Get Old edited by Zoraida Córdova and Natalie C. Parker: I’m reading this book as part of the Hear Our Voices tour. I’m stupid excited about it! A whole anthology of vampire stories written by some of my favorite authors? Yes, please!

What are you currently reading? Read any new favorites lately? Did you do your own WWW Wednesday? Let me know in the comments!

And, as always, happy reading!

WWW Wednesday: Aug 26, 2020

It’s time for another WWW Wednesday! This is a bookish meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words where bloggers answer the 3 Ws:

  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll read next?

If you’d like to learn more about any of these books, click on the cover to be taken to the Goodreads page.

Current Reads

  • No Truth Left to Tell by Michael McAuliffe: Yeeeaaahhhh…. I’m still reading this one. Honestly, it’s not a bad book. I think it’s well-written and the subject matter is interesting. It just seems like court dramas only work for me if they’re on TV. Shout out to you, Law & Order, in all you iterations! I’ve considered DNFing, but I got this from the publisher and I would really like to finish it and review it.
  • The Black Sky by Timothy D. Minneci: This book I received from the author and it is a trip. It’s definitely action-packed! I’m getting through it at a steady clip, but I keep getting distracted by Trope-ical Readathon books and blog tours 😅 Still, I’m having fun with this one!
  • The Faithless Hawk by Margaret Owen: THIS SEQUEL IS (so far) EVERYTHING I WANTED IT TO BE AND MORE!!! Part of me can barely put it down to do important life stuff and the other part wishes it was going slower because I don’t want it to end. The eternal dilemma with reading a fantastic book, ugh…

Recently Finished

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Rating: 4 out of 5.
  • One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus: Y’all, this was quite the ride! I knew this author has a way with sucking you into her mysteries after reading Two Can Keep a Secret, and this book was no different! I will say I guessed the culprit this time, but I still thought the ending was superbly done. My review will be up soon!
  • Small Spaces by Katherine Arden: This was absolutely, deliciously spooky and I loved it! This was the Middle Grade Marvels BOTM for August and, hoo-boy, it did not disappoint! I think pretty much everyone in the group really enjoyed this quick, engaging little book. Now I really want to pick up Dead Voices, the companion book!
  • The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas: This was my audiobook for the month and I enjoyed it immensely. The titular musketeers and their pal, d’Artagnan, are like a rolling disaster just waiting to strike, I swear 😂 I haven’t had that much fun reading a classic in quite some time! Now I’m kind of interested in the sequel, which I didn’t even know existed until Audible brought it up as a suggestion after I finished this one. I’ve heard nothing about it, but I’m still intrigued.

What’s Next

  • Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia: One of the last two books on my Trope-ical Readathon TBR! I do like to take it to the wire, lol. Thankfully, this book isn’t very long and I’m in the mood to be freaked out. So bring on the gothic horror! My body is ready!
  • All Systems Red by Martha Wells: The other unread book on my Trope-ical Readathon TBR! This one is a novella, though, so I’m not too worried about completing it on time. I’ve also heard amazing things about this sci-fi series, so I’m excited to get into it. Let’s end August with a bang, yes?

What are you currently reading? Read any new favorites lately? Did you do your own WWW Wednesday? Let me know in the comments!

And, as always, happy reading!

WWW Wednesday: Aug 19, 2020

It’s time for another WWW Wednesday! This is a bookish meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words where bloggers answer the 3 Ws:

  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll read next?

If you’d like to learn more about any of these books, click on the cover to be taken to the Goodreads page.

Current Reads

  • The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas: I’m making slow but steady progress in this audiobook. I’m really enjoying it, though d’Artagnan is, if not a complete idiot, something very close to it. Man has gotten into so many fights and fallen in love with, like, five different women and I can’t keep up with his D R A M A! And yet I love it 😂
  • One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus: My third Trope-ical Readathon book has officially been started! I’m reading this one for Team Horror/Mystery/Thriller challenge number one, which is to read a book involving dark secrets. And HOO-BOY are there some secrets in this one! I’m only 100 pages in and there are already so many secrets that have been spilled with more broiling under the surface. I’m enjoying it, so far, and it’s definitely going to be a quick read.

Recently Finished

Rating: 4 out of 5.
  • Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn: YOOOO, WHY DOES EVERYONE IN THIS BOOK SUCK???? I was so angry the entire time I was reading this and yet I couldn’t stop! I went into this thinking it wasn’t going to affect me that much because I already knew the big twist. But I did not account for the visceral rage at all the players in this story. UGH! But I did give it 4 stars, soooo… clearly I enjoy pain 😅 Review to come soon!

What’s Next

  • The Faithless Hawk by Margaret Owen: I know, I know… this was on my last WWW Wednesday! I am starting it this week, I promise! I’m so excited to read this and I keep putting it off. It’s the end of our time with Fie and Tavin and Jasimur and… I’m just not ready 😭 Still, I have to bite the bullet since I’m on the TBR and Beyond Blog Tour for this beautiful book. I’m preparing my heart.
  • All Systems Red by Martha Wells: Another Trope-ical Readathon book! This is the one I’m picking up for the Artificial Intelligence challenge for… obvious reasons. It works for the alternate challenge, too, because I have this one in e-book format! I’ve heard nothing but great things about this book and I’m excited to dive into this series.

What are you currently reading? Read any new favorites lately? Did you do your own WWW Wednesday? Let me know in the comments!

And, as always, happy reading!

WWW Wednesday: Aug 12, 2020

It’s time for another WWW Wednesday! This is a bookish meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words where bloggers answer the 3 Ws:

  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll read next?

If you’d like to learn more about any of these books, click on the cover to be taken to the Goodreads page.

Current Reads

  • Small Spaces by Katherine Arden: I just started this spooky little middle grade and I’m really enjoying it so far! Ollie is such an interesting character and her gut instinct to rescue a book speaks to my soul 😂 And it’s already pretty spooky even though I’ve only read the first five chapters. I’m ready for the real scares to begin!
  • Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn: Yup. I’m one of those bookish people who claims to love thrillers yet has never read Gone Girl. Honestly, I have no real reason. It just kept getting pushed back on my TBR! But, now, it’s on my Trope-ical Readathon TBR, so it was time. It’s an easy read, so far. I’m completely engrossed even though I more or less know how this book ends, which is pretty impressive.
  • The Black Sky by Timothy D. Minneci: This is a book that the author approached me about a few months back. It’s a dystopian tale which has pulled me in pretty quickly. There’s some weird shenanigans going on which require our protagonist to battle his way through gang-held Boston, so I’m extra interested! I can’t wait to see how it all turns out.

Recently Finished

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Rating: 4 out of 5.
  • The Beast and the Bethany by Jack Meggitt-Phillips: This book was so much fun! I haven’t laughed out loud because of a book in awhile, but this book produced more than one chuckle. The main characters are so terrible and so relatable all at the same time, lol. I can’t wait for my stop on the tour for #TheWriteReads!
  • A Song of Wraiths and Ruin by Roseanne A. Brown: AHHHHHHH, THIS BOOK WAS SO GOOD! It was atmospheric and rich and made me feel a lot of feelings! And the descriptions of all the beautiful, brown people in here, y’all… it made my heart so happy. My review will be coming once I can make my mind put into words the love my heart has for this story.

What’s Next

  • The Faithless Hawk by Margaret Owen: I’m doing that thing where I keep not picking up a highly anticipated book because I’m S C A R E D. I want it to be as amazing as I’m dreaming it would be and I’m scared it won’t live up to my expectations! But I’m gonna be reading this one next and I know I’m gonna love it.
  • Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia: This is the group book for Team Mystery/Horror/Thriller for the Trope-ical Readathon. It’s also a book I’ve had my eye on for awhile. The cover is gorgeous and the fact that it’s a gothic horror novel has me eager to pick this up! It’s almost spooky season, after all 👻👻👻

What are you currently reading? Read any new favorites lately? Let me know in the comments!

And, as always, happy reading!

#5OnMyTBR – Mysteries

#5OnMyTBR is a bookish meme hosted by E. @ Local Bee Hunter’s Nook where you chose five books from your to-be-read pile that fit that week’s theme. If you’d like more info, head over to the announcement post!


Hello, reader!

We’ve arrived at Monday yet again and it’s time for another #5OnMyTBR! I’m pretty excited about this week’s prompt, as well. Why, you may ask? Because it focuses on one of my favorite genres: mysteries! Time to talk about five twisty, creepy mysteries on my TBR that I can’t wait to pick up.


#1. The Guest List by Lucy Foley

This is a mystery that has recently jumped onto my radar. Someone likened it to Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, which I really enjoyed. And it’s set on a creepy island, which is a random thing that I love in books. It just had to go on my TBR! Also, the cover is just perfectly spooky, ugh. I’m excited to sink my teeth into this one.

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WWW Wednesday: Aug 5, 2020

It’s time for another WWW Wednesday! This is a bookish meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words where bloggers answer the 3 Ws:

  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll read next?

If you’d like to learn more about any of these books, click on the cover to be taken to the Goodreads page.

Current Reads

  • No Truth Left to Tell by Michael McAuliffe: Y’all, I’m never going to finish this book 😫 I swear, every time I pick it up, I can only get through a few chapters before I want to read something else! Courtroom thrillers just might not be my thing… But I got this book from the publisher so I am going to finish it.
  • A Song of Wraiths and Ruin by Roseanne A. Brown: Remember how I said every time I started reading the last book, I wanted to pick up something else? It’s because of this book. THIS BOOK IS SO. GOOD! I just want to hide from all my responsibilities until I’m done reading this beautiful thing! I would fight for both Karina and Malik. Seriously. Just throw down with whomever. I can’t wait to finish this one!
  • The Three Muskateers by Alexandre Dumas: I downloaded this audiobook after finishing The Count of Monte Cristo because A) I really loved that book and this one is by the same author and B) the same narrator performs this audiobook and his voice is just *chef’s kiss* I’ve been listening to it at work, so I’m not terribly far into it, but I’m liking it!

Recently Finished

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Rating: 4 out of 5.
  • The Bone Ships by R.J. Barker: I FINALLY FINISHED THIS! How pumped are we?! Well… I’m super excited. This book was a bit of a slog at the beginning and I ended up giving up on the e-book. Once I picked up the audiobook, however, I was completely sucked in! You can read my full review HERE.
  • The Call of the Wild by Jack London: This was another audiobook I downloaded mostly because of the narrator. Hint: it’s the same guy who narrated The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Muskateers. It’s a short, little classic which was compelling but, holy shit, the animal abuse 😬 Still, it kept my interest and I ended up enjoying the experience.
  • Thomas Wildus and the Book of Sorrows by J.M. Bergen: This book has a super fun premise that I was instantly drawn to. It was a good book, but it definitely wasn’t as engaging as I had hoped. There were a lot of conveniences that I had a hard time getting past! My full review will be up soon.
  • Crossings by Alex Landragin: This was such a weird, interesting book! I love the fact that there is an alternate way to experience the story: you can read it from front to back or follow the Baroness reading, which skips you around the various stories. I read it the traditional way, but I think I might try it again reading it as the Baroness intended. My full review will be up soon!

What’s Next

  • The Beast and the Bethany by Jack Meggitt-Phillips: I’m on a #TheWriteReads blog tour for this middle grade novel. I honestly don’t know much about it, but it looks and sounds like it’s going to be a fun time! I’m excited to pick it up.
  • The Faithless Hawk by Margaret Owen: MY MOST ANTICIPATED SEQUEL OF THE YEEEEEAAAARRRR! And I’m on the TBR and Beyond Tours book tour for it!! I am both excited and scared to read this. Excited because I know I’m going to devour it. Scared because the author keeps hinting at THINGS on Twitter and my heart can’t take it!
  • Small Spaces by Katherine Arden: I’ll be reading this spooky middle grade for the Middle Grade Marvels book club in August and I’m so pumped! This book has been on my TBR for months and I’m eager to dig in. Plus, how often do you get to read middle grade horror?

What are you currently reading? Read any new favorites lately? Let me know in the comments!

And, as always, happy reading!

Trope-ical Readathon TBR

Hello, reader!

If you’ve been reading my blog for any amount of time, you’ve probably noticed a distinct lack in a pretty popular post among book bloggers: TBR posts. That’s because I am someone who is very much a mood reader. When I’m not reading books for review or for blog tours, I choose ones simply based on what sounds good to me at the moment. For that reason, I don’t tend to make monthly TBRs because it’s likely to change at the drop of a hat.

The one exception to this rule, of course, is when I participate in month-long readathons. And I just so happen to be doing so in August. The Trope-ical Readathon sounded like too much fun to pass up! It’s a competitive readathon created by Jenny @ JenJenReviews and her partner, Rob. The prompts are based off of popular bookish tropes and it runs through the entire month of August. If you’d like more information or want to register yourself, follow this link.

Now, it’s time to take a look at what I’ll be reading!


A Team Challenge

So I mentioned that this readathon is competitive, right? What does any competition need? Teams, of course! There are five teams to choose from that are genre-based:

  • Team Romance
  • Team Science Fiction/Fantasy
  • Team Mystery/Horror/Thriller
  • Team Contemporary/Literary/Historical Fiction
  • Team Non-Fiction/Poetry

Now, the idea is to choose the team that represents your favorite genre, but there are approximately eleventy billion people on Team Science Fiction/Fantasy, so I thought I’d try to even the playing field a little. That’s why I chose Team Mystery/Horror/Thriller!

Those are definitely my second favorite genres, after all. And it helps that I’m dying to read the team book!

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Book Blogger Hop: July 24 – 30

The Book Blogger Hop was originally created by Crazy-For-Books and is currently being hosted by Coffee Addicted Writer. Every Friday, a new question is posted for book bloggers to answer in the coming week. The purpose of the hop is connection and community. You can discover new blogs to follow, new books to read, and you may end up with some new followers, as well!

This Week’s Question

This week’s prompt submitted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer.


The answer to this question would have been very different before I got home. Why? Because I got some book mail!!! Let’s talk about a couple of other books that are at the top of my TBR first, though.

Legendborn by Tracy Deonn

I was lucky enough to receive this as an ARC on Netgalley and get selected to be part of the blog tour being run by Hear Our Voices Book Tours! The tour isn’t until September, but I don’t think I can wait that long to read this YA fantasy. It’s got Black girls and magic, y’all! And look at this gorgeous cover! How am I supposed to resist it?

Where Dreams Descend by Janella Angeles

I won this beauty in a Goodreads giveaway which, honestly, was a completely shock to me. Do you know how many of those I have entered in the years that I’ve been on Goodreads? A lot. And this is the *counts on fingers* third one I’ve won. I’m so excited to read this one because it involves a competition and is billed as Moulin Rouge meets Phantom of the Opera. Like… yes, please!!

Small Spaces by Katherine Arden

This book was recently chosen as the August book for Middle Grade Marvels. I’ve been wanting to read it for awhile, so now it’s shot up to the top of my TBR! Also, this sounds like it’s gonna properly scary, which I always love. If this sounds like the kind of book you’d like to read, you should definitely consider joining in! You can see the past books and find more information here. I can’t wait to read and discuss this spooky little book!

Alright, I’m sure you’re all wondering what book showed up that could instantly change my TBR. The book that showed up on my stoop and made me legit squeal is…

The Faithless Hawk by Margaret Owen!!! Look at it!! I was selected to a part of the TBR and Beyond Tours blog tour for my most anticipated sequel of the year and the noise I made was… unnatural 😂 I’m so thankful and can’t wait to tear into this book. Though, from hints dropped by the author on Twitter, I think this book is going to wreck me… Still! I’m so excited to read this one.


So what books are at the top of your TBR? Did you do your own BBH? Let me know in the comments!

And, as always, happy reading!

WWW Wednesday: Jul 22, 2020

It’s time for another WWW Wednesday! This is a bookish meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words where bloggers answer the 3 Ws:

  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll read next?

If you’d like to learn more about any of these books, click on the cover to be taken to the Goodreads page.

Current Reads

  • Thomas Wildus and the Book of Sorrows by J.M. Bergen: This is one of two books I’ve been reading throughout the month of July for the Middle Grade Marvels group! So far, I have to say I’m not as wrapped up in this one as I was with the other. It’s got an interesting premise, but I find myself a little bored. Still, the last section we read was a bit more exciting, so I’m hoping it has a strong finish!
  • No Truth Left to Tell by Michael McAuliffe: I was sent this book by the publisher and have been trying to read it this entire month. Blog tour books and ARCs have just been getting in it’s way! I have started it and what I’ve read so far has been interesting. It’s a legal thriller, which isn’t my typical read, but the subject matter hits close to home and I want to see how it ends.
  • The Bone Ships by R.J. Barker: My ARC of shame… I’ve been reading this bad boy since 2019. September of 2019, to be exact. I have an e-ARC of it but, frankly, I would fall asleep every time I picked it up. But it’s on my Netgalley shelf and I refuse to let it rot there, throwing off my ratio! I decided to give the audiobook a try since I had an Audible credit just hanging out and, so far, it’s going much better than last time! Wish me luck.

Recently Finished

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Rating: 4 out of 5.
  • Voice of War by Zack Argyle: This was a book I read for a blog tour run by Storytellers on Tour. Though it was definitely a fast-paced read with an interesting magic system, I had some issues with the language used to describe a fat character. You can read my full review here.
  • The Ship of Shadows by Maria Kuzniar: This is a book I read for a #TheWriteReads Ultimate Blog Tour. It’s a middle grade fantasy that features women pirates, thrilling adventures, and cake! I absolutely adored this book and think the target audience would love it even more than I did. You can read my full review here.
  • Knightmare Arcanist by Shami Stovall: And this one I read for yet another #TheWriteReads Ultimate Blog Tour! Sensing a theme, yet? We’ve moved up to young adult, but we’re still squarely in fantasy. I read this book in one day and completely enjoyed the experience! Also, I would like my own mystical creature to bond with now, please and thank you. You can read my full review here.
  • The Jumbies by Tracey Baptiste: I literally just finished this book right before I sat down to write this post. This was the other book we are reading in the Middle Grade Marvels group and, y’all, I loved it! It was so much fun and plenty spooky, with folklore from the Caribbean woven in. No review, as of yet, but it will be coming soon!

What’s Next

  • Crossings by Alex Landragin: This is a weird little book that I snatched up on a whim from Netgalley when it was in Read Now status. I’m not sure if an ebook is the best format in which to read this one as it apparently has some interesting way of reading it, but I’m going to give it a shot!

What are you currently reading? Read any new favorites lately? Let me know in the comments!

And, as always, happy reading!