Which Villain Would You Be?/Blogtober Day 21

I’m participating in The Library Looter & Anniek’s Library Blogtober Challenge If I was going to be any villain, I would choose Ursula from The Little Mermaid. She is a character who knows what she wants, and will stop at nothing to obtain it. Of course, I love Ariel (I enjoy everything about mermaids), butContinue reading “Which Villain Would You Be?/Blogtober Day 21”

Current Book Aesthetic/Blogtober Day 20

I’m participating in The Library Looter & Anniek’s Library Blogtober challenge! I’m currently reading ‘Wicked Saints’ by Emily A. Duncan. It’s part of Spookathon, and I’m still working through it. It’s an enjoyable tale, since I love stories involving dark magic and complicated social dynamics! Synopsis (from Goodreads): A girl who can speak to godsContinue reading “Current Book Aesthetic/Blogtober Day 20”

Paranormal Romance/Blogtober Day 19

I’m participating in The Library Looter & Anniek’s Library Blogtober challenge. Paranormal romance is such a popular storyline in many books, and I love diving into them! Here are some of my favorite stories within this genre: Guilty Pleasures by Laurell K. Hamilton Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris Minion by L.A. Banks Zombie Ohio:Continue reading “Paranormal Romance/Blogtober Day 19”

Orange Book Covers/Blogtober Day 18

Along with yellow and red, orange is a very popular autumn color. Since it’s Blogtober, it’s only fitting that I highlight some books with Orange on the cover! Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling Illuminae by Amie Kaufman Turtles All the Way Down by John Green Allegiant by Veronica Roth The GirlContinue reading “Orange Book Covers/Blogtober Day 18”

Favorite Reading Drinks/Blogtober Day 17

Everyone loves having some treats or a hearty drink when reading stories/listening to audiobooks. Here are some drinks that I can’t do without when reading: Coffee– I absolutely cannot go a day without coffee! A hot cup of coffee feels heavenly in my hands at any hour! Tea–I only drink tea during those moments neededContinue reading “Favorite Reading Drinks/Blogtober Day 17”

What I Was Reading At This Time Last Year: Blogtober Day 16

Last year I was reading ‘Daughters of the Lake’ by Wendy Webb. I was in the mood to read something paranormal for October, and when I read the sypnosis for Webb’s book in the Kindle First Reads section at the time, I was immediately interested. Stories that involve paranormal activity always intrigue me. I wasContinue reading “What I Was Reading At This Time Last Year: Blogtober Day 16”

Characters with Bad Luck/Blogtober Day 15

Characters with lively personalities always make a book enjoyable to read, and that includes those with bad luck! The following characters have a reputation of bad luck following them: Deya: The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane In the beginning of book, we find Deya casted out of her community due to giving birth to twins.Continue reading “Characters with Bad Luck/Blogtober Day 15”

A Review of ‘Jerusalem Maiden’ by Talia Carner/Blogtober Day 14

Synopsis (from Goodreads): In the waning days of the Ottoman Empire, a young Orthodox Jewish woman in the holy city of Jerusalem is expected to marry and produce many sons to help hasten the Messiah’s arrival. While the feisty Esther Kaminsky understands her obligations, her artistic talent inspires her to secretly explore worlds outside herContinue reading “A Review of ‘Jerusalem Maiden’ by Talia Carner/Blogtober Day 14”

My Favorite Autumn Quotes/Blogtober Day 13

I’m taking part in The Library Looter and Anniek’s Library Blogtober challenge! Here are my three favorite ‘Autumn Themed’ quotes: ‘Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go’. ‘Autumn is the season for finding contentment at home by paying attention to what we already have’. ‘I can feel Autumn dancing in theContinue reading “My Favorite Autumn Quotes/Blogtober Day 13”

Sunday Sentence: October 13, 2019

I’m participating in David Abrams’s ‘Sunday Sentence‘ project, sharing the best sentence I’ve read during the past week, ‘out of context and without commentary’. ‘Drunk on fresh air, paint oil, and the odor of dusty carob, she felt transported somewhere as near as inside herself and as far as God’s sky’. Source: Jerusalem Maiden byContinue reading “Sunday Sentence: October 13, 2019”