Hello, my bookish friends! March has been a difficult month for me reading-wise. Basically, I have been in a kind of a reading slump. I started out with Chain of Iron this month and maybe this was my mistake, but now I have put it on hold until I feel better and more energetic. So... Continue Reading →
Manga Review: Attack on Titan Omnibus Vol.1 (1-3) by Hajime Isayama.
Synopsis: It's never been easier to attack Attack on Titan than with these new, giant-sized 3-in-1 omnibus editions! If you've been waiting for the final anime season to check out the do-or-die shonen adventure that defined a decade, now's your chance. These new books tuck almost 600 pages of manga behind a specially-embossed cover, all... Continue Reading →
ARC Review: Coach by Devney Perry.
Synopsis: A single dad, sports romance from Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author, Devney Perry. Football star. Single dad. And once, a long time ago, mine. I’ve spent the better part of a decade forgetting Ford Ellis. If he had just stayed away from Montana, I might have erased the memory of his... Continue Reading →
Book Review: By a Thread by Lucy Score.
Synopsis: Dominic was staring at me like he couldn’t decide whether to chop me into pieces or pull my hair and French kiss me. DominicI got her fired. Okay, so I’d had a bad day and took it out on a bystander in a pizza shop. But there’s nothing innocent about Ally Morales. She proves... Continue Reading →
Manga Review: Lovesick Ellie, Vol.6 by Fujimomo.
Synopsis: Distinguished fantasy tweetsmith Eriko "Ellie" Ichimura and Year One's resident heartthrob Akira Ohmi spend their first Christmas and hatsumode together, advancing from mutual interest to officially together. Unable to come down from cloud nine, Ellie has her precious phone confiscated by her teacher and ends up in detention with her classmate Kaname-kun. His total... Continue Reading →
Series Spotlight 03: Shatter Me.
Shatter Me by Taherah Mafi Books: 6 Books + 5 novellas Genre: YA, Dystopian This series follows a girl whose touch has the ability to kill others. She is imprisoned for murder in the first book but is suddenly released in order to be weaponized for the coming war. Eventually, she meets others who are... Continue Reading →
Book Review: Things We Hide From the Light (Knockemout #2) by Lucy Score.
Synopsis: Nash Morgan was always known as the good Morgan brother, with a smile and a wink for everyone. But now, this chief of police is recovering from being shot and his Southern charm has been overshadowed by panic attacks and nightmares. He feels like a broody shell of the man he once was. Nash... Continue Reading →
Book Review: Beautifully Broken Spirit (Sutter Lake #3) by Catherine Cowles.
Synopsis: She’s always been his safe place to land. Jensen has shared a special bond with Tuck for as long as she can remember, their friendship a language that never needed words. But as life threw her one curveball after another, that secret language turned to stony silence. He’s always been her protector. Tuck has... Continue Reading →
Book Review: Beneath the Wreckage (Wrecked #5) by Catherine Cowles.
Synopsis: It was supposed to be a summer we’d never forget.Instead, everything was stolen from me.The best friend who was more like a sister. The innocent way I looked at life.Leaving me with only unanswered questions. Returning to the island is the second chance I didn’t know I needed.And Hunter is the surprise that knocks... Continue Reading →
3 BL (Boys Love) Manga I Want To Read.
Boys Love: Often abbreviated as BL, this term refers to manga featuring romantic and/or sexual relationships between men. Its primary audience is women, and most BL mangaka are also women. As an example, VIZ Media’s imprint, SuBLime, is devoted entirely to this category and if you look carefully, you’ll notice something about the stylization of... Continue Reading →