Top 5 Wednesday

Top 5 Wednesday: Favorite Bromances

Hey Ya'll! I'm back with this weeks' Top 5 Wednesday! This will hopefully be a fun topic, some of my favorite bromances will probably be in lesser known books. Once again, these are in no particular order. I think we have done this topic before in the distant past, but who doesn't love a good… Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday: Favorite Bromances

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Book Reviews

Book Review: The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater

Hey Ya'll! This is my spoiler-free review of The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater, the first book in the Raven Cycle series. To see my Kindle notes and highlights, click here. To see the GoodReads description on this book, click here. Blue Sargent lives in a house full of psychics, but as far as she… Continue reading Book Review: The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Hundredth Queen by Emily R. King

Hey Ya'll! This is my spoiler free review of The Hundredth Queen by Emily R. King. I ended up buying this book a couple months ago on the Kindle First program and finally have gotten the chance to read it, especially since I was approved by Netgalley for an ARC of the sequel The Fire… Continue reading Book Review: The Hundredth Queen by Emily R. King

Top 5 Wednesday

Top 5 Wednesday: Books From Before You Joined

Hey Ya'll! This weeks' Top 5 Wednesday is: Some of your favorite books from before you joined the online book community, whether that be booktube, goodreads, blogs, bookstagram, twitter, tumblr, etc. This was actually kind of hard for me, because most of the books I read before joining Goodreads were books I don't really remember.… Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday: Books From Before You Joined

Book Reviews

Book Review: Heir of Illaria by Dyan Chick

Thank you to NetGalley and Illaria Publishing for providing me this "ARC" in return for my honest review. This is the first book in the Illaria series by Dyan Chick. To read the GoodReads description, click here. To read my GoodReads review, click here. We start out the book with our main character Wilona venturing… Continue reading Book Review: Heir of Illaria by Dyan Chick

Journaling and Other Non-Bookish Things · School

Things You Should Know Before College

Hey Ya'll! So I thought it would be a cool idea to post something more on my experience in college. This post will be filled with tips, tricks, and things you should know before you go into college. Now, being that I've been in school for barely three years and I'm about to finish my… Continue reading Things You Should Know Before College

Book Reviews

Book Review: Wandfasted by Laurie Forest

To read the Goodreads description, click here. To read my Goodreads review, click here. To read my Kindle notes and highlights, click here. When they painted Heretics on our barn and set fire to it, I thought that was the worst it could get. Until they sent the dragons. But they didn’t count on us… Continue reading Book Review: Wandfasted by Laurie Forest

Journaling and Other Non-Bookish Things · School

Resources for Accounting Students

Hey Ya'll! So I decided to do something a bit different and share some of the websites i've gone to and videos I've watched (among other things) while researching my field. It took a while for me to decide that accounting was the field for me, and finding realistic viewpoints on the field is not… Continue reading Resources for Accounting Students

Top 5 Wednesday

Top 5 Wednesday: Characters’ Fitness Routines You Want

Hey Ya'll!! Ima be honest, this is going to be a tough one. Basically the prompt is five fitness routines you would do, based on characters in books. This will probably be not serious at all. Just a warning. Celaena Sardothien 200 Page turns 5 hours of too-thin walls 1 hour punching and kicking Chaol… Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday: Characters’ Fitness Routines You Want

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Goblins of Bellwater by Molly Ringle (ARC)

This ARC was  provided by NetGalley and Central Avenue Publishing in exchange for an honest review. The Goblins of Bellwater was inspired by the poem "Goblin Market" by Christina Rossetti. I ended up reading some of the poem after I finished the book, and I think the story accurately captured some of the creepiness of… Continue reading Book Review: The Goblins of Bellwater by Molly Ringle (ARC)