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All About Reading Tag

  Alright, time for another book tag! Special thanks to Kristin atΒ Kristin Kraves Books for posting this book tag on your blog! Interesting questions πŸ™‚   1.What do you look for most when you pick up a book? a) A beautiful writing style b) A character driven story c) A plot driven story To be… Continue reading All About Reading Tag

Book Review

Book Review: The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

A perfect read for my honeymoon in Mexico. The Wicked Deep was one of the most beautiful and whimsical novels I've ever had the pleasure of reading. It has definitely secured its spot as my favorite of 2018 thus far. It's hard not to enjoy Shea Ernshaw's writing style. She has a way of giving… Continue reading Book Review: The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

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Book Review – Circe by Madeline Miller

Once in awhile, a book comes along that I know I must have immediately. I've known about Circe by Madeline Miller for quite awhile. I even had the release date written in my work planner, that's how excited I was for it! I could not wait to completely immerse myself in the world of the… Continue reading Book Review – Circe by Madeline Miller

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Reading Game of Thrones AFTER Watching the Show and Why I Hate Re-reading

I had a bit of a late start to the Game of Thrones TV show. I started to watch when season five was already out, quickly becoming addicted and in desperate need of more Jon Snow. I'm not sure I've ever been more entranced by a show. Every character had major flaws (some more than… Continue reading Reading Game of Thrones AFTER Watching the Show and Why I Hate Re-reading

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Book Review: An American Marriage

Goodreads synopsis: "Newlyweds Celestial and Roy are the embodiment of both the American Dream and the New South. He is a young executive, and she is an artist on the brink of an exciting career. But as they settle into the routine of their life together, they are ripped apart by circumstances neither could have… Continue reading Book Review: An American Marriage


March TBR

  Hey everyone! Fun fact, I'm currently reading the first three books already! I'm definitely a multi book reader... how about you? March is looking great already πŸ™‚ House of Mirth by Edith Wharton Lily Bart is beautiful, witty and intelligent. She’s also nearing 30 and still not married into New York society. She knows… Continue reading March TBR

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Book Review: The Phantom Tree by Nicola Cornick

I had a huge Tudor book phase 4-5 years ago. I read everything about Henry the 8th and his wives, watched any Tudor show/movie (ahem, The Tudors with Jonathan Rhys Myers...swoon) and thought about what it was like to live during that era. My phase ended when I moved out of my apartment and into… Continue reading Book Review: The Phantom Tree by Nicola Cornick

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Review: The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

One of my goals this year was to read NEW books, not just books that have sat on my shelf since 2005. One of my most anticipated (and notably hyped on booktube) reads was The Cruel Prince by Holly Black. Now, I've been a fan of the fae since Lord of The Rings (helllooooo Orlando… Continue reading Review: The Cruel Prince by Holly Black


My 2018 Reading Goals

I've been reading everyone's bookish goals for 2018 and decided I needed to give it a go. These goals may be super optimistic (I'm getting married this year) but I'd rather have a reaching goal than a lackluster one! Comment or link your goals in the comments! 1. Read one to two classic novels a… Continue reading My 2018 Reading Goals

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The English Wife

I recently told a friend "I'm not really into thriller or mystery books". Had I read The English Wife before that, I never would have said it. This suspenseful novel had me completely captivated from the beginning. Set in the late 1800's, it has all the flair of the Gilded Age with a completely shocking… Continue reading The English Wife