Blog Tour | Gotham High

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I’m not the biggest comic or superheroes fan, but I will say that this graphic novel has me excited! Melissa de la Cruz and Thomas Pitilli combine their powers to create a new reimagining of Gotham sending Batman, Cat Woman, and The Joker into high school. Keep reading this post to find out more about the story, the author, and the illustrator! (Click the banner to follow the tour!)  Continue reading

❀ Springtime Reads | April 2020

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This month’s post is dedicated to Springtime! Here’s a list of my Top 10 favorite reads for the season. Why do they make me think of Spring? I really don’t know haha but they’re what came to mind when putting together a list plus I’m trying not to repeat books in any of this year’s lists and that is a challenge to be sure! What are your favorites? Continue reading

Blog Tour | The Shadows Between Us

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I’m so excited to share with you about Tricia Levenseller’s new YA Fantasy, THE SHADOWS BETWEEN US! Dark, villainous, fantastical, and with twists behind every page, this book should definitely be on your radar! To find out more about the book and its author, keep reading! (Click on the banner to follow the tour!) 
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♥ Valentine’s Day Reads | February 2020

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Happy Valentine’s Day! To celebrate I’ve put together a list of my Top 10 favorite romance reads (if you want to see more, visit my Goodreads romance shelf). It’s a genre with quite the spectrum of content, but for me my rule of thumb is that I pay for plot. I try not to waste my time or my money on a “romance novel” that lacks plot and is just too much dramatic nonsense or has toxic content that is never corrected/addressed. Sure some that I’ve enjoyed have been quick and light while others were deep and dark, some have stronger romance plot lines than others where quests or whatever have just as strong a role, but there must always be an actual plot and world-building and character development. I love how there is such diversity in the genre, and I’ve read so many different ones, but plot plot plot! Anyway…let me know what your favorites are! Continue reading

Blog Tour | Night Spinner

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I’ve always loved the story of the Hunchback of Notre Dame (or at least the Disney version haha) so I was instantly intrigued when I saw that tale used as a descriptor for Addie Thorley’s new YA Fantasy, NIGHT SPINNER. To find out more about the book and its author, keep reading this post! (Click the banner to follow the tour!)  Continue reading