Currently Reading Book Tag

I came across this book tag through BookHookedNook‘s page. It looked like a fun tag to complete! How many books do you usually read at once? Just one book at a time for now. My current work schedule is too hectic for more than one! Do you ever switch bookmarks when you’re partway through aContinue reading “Currently Reading Book Tag”

OwlCrate January 2019 Unboxing (With Spoilers)

I received my January OwlCrate subscription box a couple days ago! I’m excited about the items I received. (All descriptions are taken from the OwlCrate Magical Artifacts spoiler card,   pictured above) Antler bracelet Wooden letter opener (inspired by Juniper and Ivy Designs) Alchemy and Ink enamel pin for January 2019 Harry Potter inspired socks, designed by Michelle Gray Luggage tag, inspired from The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi Zipper pouch,Continue reading “OwlCrate January 2019 Unboxing (With Spoilers)”

My Review for ‘Shadow and Bone’ by Leigh Bardugo

‘Shadow and Bone’ is the first novel from the Grisha trilogy. It tells the story of Alina Starkov, an orphan in Ravka raised in the care of Duke Keramsov. Alina grows up to train within the First Army as a mapmaker, and her team heads out on a mission into the treacherous Shadow Fold oneContinue reading “My Review for ‘Shadow and Bone’ by Leigh Bardugo”

My TBR list for January

Now that 2019 is underway, I want to share my TBR list for the remainder of January. While I know that half of the month is now gone, I would still love to share what I want to take on after I finish ‘Shadow and Bone’. Since it appears that we’re going to be snowedContinue reading “My TBR list for January”

Reading ‘Shadow and Bone’ by Leigh Bardugo

I began reading ‘Shadow and Bone’ by Leigh Bardugo over the weekend. I’ve been hearing all about this story and ‘Six of Crows’ being picked up for a Netflix series, and so many people have been expressing their excitement over this news. Since I have yet to read Bardugo’s Grishaverse series, I decided to pickContinue reading “Reading ‘Shadow and Bone’ by Leigh Bardugo”

‘City of Ghosts’ by Victoria Schwab/A Review

‘City of Ghosts’ by Victoria Schwab is a paranormal tale with adventure, told through the eyes of a girl blessed with the gift of communicating with spirits. This story follows Cassidy Blake, an 12 year old girl with the gift of crossing over to the world of the dead, called the Veil. She is ableContinue reading “‘City of Ghosts’ by Victoria Schwab/A Review”

January 8, 2019: Bookish Thoughts

I’m about halfway through ‘City of Ghosts’ by Victoria Schwab. It’s a pretty good story…although it’s a ‘middle grade’ novel, t has enough paranormal activity to keep me interested. I hope to be done reading it by this weekend. I want to pick up ‘The Oyster Thief’ by Sonia Faruqi next. It’s not available atContinue reading “January 8, 2019: Bookish Thoughts”

January 6, 2019: My New Read

I’m currently reading ‘City of Ghosts’ by Victoria Schwab. It’s a ‘middle grade’ story (a genre for for a younger audience), but I’ve heard lots of great things about the book. It’s heavy on paranormal activity, and I always love a good ghost story. So I’ll see how the book goes as I move further.