Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Standalone Books that Need a Sequel

Well, this weeks topic is Standalone books that need a sequel and I really don't read standalone's so, I only have a few books that fall into this category. Here are 5 books that I feel like could have used a sequel. Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Standalone Books that Need a Sequel

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Sunday post -10/03/19

Sunday Post meme is hosted by Caffeinated Reviewer. This is a weekly meme to recap on your week! I first saw this on Destiny's blog and it looked like fun and a good way for people to see what's happening. Last week on the blog Beat the Backlist Full TBR (backlist series) Favourite covers (meme)… Continue reading Sunday post -10/03/19

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Most Anticipated March Releases

Bonjourno! These are my most anticipated releases for March, I am only getting a few of them but I'm excited for so many! I've also included some honourable mentions at the end, books I'm looking forward to but they aren't at the top of my list. These aren't in any order Most Anticipated A Question… Continue reading Most Anticipated March Releases

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2019 YA Releases: Historical Fiction

Here's a list of 2019 YA Historical Fiction novels! There are quite a few based around WWll for all of you WWll lovers out there! There's some historical fantasies, which I'm super excited for and a few historical mysteries which sound great! Hopefully you find something interesting! As with the previous two 2019 YA Releases… Continue reading 2019 YA Releases: Historical Fiction

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6 YA Books Set in Ireland

Well, I love Ireland, everything abut it and this month is St. Paddy's day so I figured I would share some YA books that take place in Ireland! To me Ireland is this beautiful magical place and I want to visit more than anything. I've read all of these except for one which comes out… Continue reading 6 YA Books Set in Ireland

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Top Ten Tuesday: Favourite Covers

Top Ten Tuesday meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This weeks topics is Characters you'd switch places with and I'm not a fan of this topic so here are 15 of my favourite covers, that I OWN. These are the ones that came to mind, there's probably some other ones I love that I… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Favourite Covers

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2019 YA Releases: Retellings

So, I did a YA sci-fi/dystopian post and thought I'd do one about retellings. So, I mainly wanted actual retellings but a few of these stories are more inspired by than an actual retelling, which I think is fine! Now, there's a lot. Like I mean A LOT so buckle up, and I hope you… Continue reading 2019 YA Releases: Retellings

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Beat the Backlist Update: February

So, I kind of slacked on reading in February which means that I didn't read as many backlist books as I would have Liked. I did manage to read two backlist books so I guess thats all that matters. Hopefully in March I'll be able to read more than two! So which two backlist books… Continue reading Beat the Backlist Update: February


The Cerulean by Amy Ewing Review

The CeruleanAuthor: Amy Ewing Publication date: January 29, 2019 Genre: YA fantasy Pages: 496 Publisher: HarperTeen Synopsis Sera has always felt as if she didn’t belong among her people, the Cerulean. She is curious about everything and can’t stop questioning her three mothers, her best friend, Leela, and even the High Priestess. Sera has longed… Continue reading The Cerulean by Amy Ewing Review