Book Review

Book Review: The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X.R. Pan

First of all, this was 100% a cover buy for me. And I don't regret it. In the Astonishing Color of After, sixteen year old Leigh is dealing with the aftermath of her mother's suicide. Although her mother suffered from depression for many years, Leigh believed strongly that she would get through it. Leigh becomes… Continue reading Book Review: The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X.R. Pan

Book Tags

Mid-Year Freak Out Tag

I've been seeing the Mid-Year Freak Out Tag all over booktube and the book blogger sphere so I decided to give it a go. I haven't read as many books this year as I'd hoped, but I've definitely read some good ones. Enjoy! Best Book You’ve Read So Far in 2018 Circe by Madeline Miller… Continue reading Mid-Year Freak Out Tag

Book Review

Book Review – Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson

It's been a minute since a book made me LOL like Undead Girl Gang. Seriously, the humor, witchyness and gorgeous cover made this one of my favorites of 2018 so far. Mila's friend Riley ends up dying in what everyone says is a suicide, but she doesn't believe that for a second. Riley was a… Continue reading Book Review – Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson

Book Lifestyle, TBR

Books I’m Taking on My Honeymoon (and what I wish I was taking)

Everyone kept telling me our wedding day would be a blur and man, they were right. I feel like it was gone in the blink of an eye. The weather was perfect (sunny and 75) and the night went absolutely perfect (besides running out of beer, but we fixed that problem!) and we could not… Continue reading Books I’m Taking on My Honeymoon (and what I wish I was taking)

Book Review

Book Review: Reign of The Fallen by Sarah Glenn Marsh

Necromancers are highly regarded in Karthia, a place where change is disregarded and the dead walk among the living. They are the only ones that can safely travel to the Deadlands, where spirits reside until the move on to who knows where. Odessa is affectionately called “Sparrow” since she is the best at finding her… Continue reading Book Review: Reign of The Fallen by Sarah Glenn Marsh

Monthly Wrap Ups

February Monthly Wrap Up + Beauty obsessed humans, Hemingway, a two star read and a murder mystery

Hey everyone! It's my first monthly wrap up EVER on Fawn & Fern and I'm so excited to share the books I've read this month. I've read a few great books, a good book and a book I wish I hadn't even started. Keep reading to find out! February went by SO FAST. January was… Continue reading February Monthly Wrap Up + Beauty obsessed humans, Hemingway, a two star read and a murder mystery

Book Review

Book Review – The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

I'm still in awe of this beautiful novel. It's rich, full of fantastic characters, flowery writing, minimal lovey dovey scenes, and a political world based on people's need to be perfect and beautiful. I loved the concept of this story. It wasn't like anything I've read before. The characters had real flaws, and the villian… Continue reading Book Review – The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

Book Lifestyle

What Harry Potter Means to Me

What Harry Potter Means To Me: Nearly everything I remember from my childhood includes reading. Whether it was reading under the table during class (I never got in trouble!), rushing through my homework so I could read at night, or begging my Mom to bring me to the library. Reading took up so much of… Continue reading What Harry Potter Means to Me

Book Review

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

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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