In the Dark, Soft Earth by Frank Watson/NetGalley Mini Review

In the Dark, Soft Earth by Frank WatsonPublisher: Plum White PressGenre: PoetryFormat: ebookLength: 232 pagesRelease Date: July 7, 2020 **I received a complimentary copy of ‘In the Dark, Soft Earth’ from NetGalley and Plum White Press, in exchange for an honest review** My Thoughts In the Dark, Soft Earth was a lovely collection of poetry.Continue reading “In the Dark, Soft Earth by Frank Watson/NetGalley Mini Review”

Friday Reads: May 29

Currently Reading Permanent Record by Mary H.K. Choi So far I’m really liking this carefree story! The romance between Pablo and Lee is very endearing, and also complicated! Planning to Read Never Turn Back by Christopher Swann I received ‘Never Turn Back’ through NetGalley and Crooked Lane Books. I can’t wait to start reading thisContinue reading “Friday Reads: May 29”

NetGalley Mini Review: International Day of the Girl

The International Day of the Girl by Jessica Dee HumphreysPublisher: Kids Can PressGenre: Children’s FictionAcquired through NetGalleyRelease Date: September 1, 2020 **I received The International Day of the Girl through NetGalley and Kids Can Press, in exchange for an honest review** The International Day of the Girl is a thoughtful compilation of inspirational stories ofContinue reading “NetGalley Mini Review: International Day of the Girl”

NetGalley Mini Reviews: May 9

I’m excited to share my thoughts on these digital reads! I have two digital review copies to share with you. I received these books from NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own! Thank You, Miyuki by Roxane Marie GalliezIllustrated by Seng Soun RatanavanhLength: 32 pagesGenre: Children’s FictionPublisher: PrincetonContinue reading “NetGalley Mini Reviews: May 9”

Friday Reads: May 8

I’m currently reading two books: A Woman’s Place: Inside the Fight for a Feminist Future by Kylie Cheung A huge thank you to Edelweiss and North Atlantic Books for providing me this digital copy! Kylie Cheung shares her experiences as a feminist at the forefront of the Fourth Wave. She brings to light the strongContinue reading “Friday Reads: May 8”

NetGalley ARCs/Mini Reviews: April 23

I received four ARCs from NetGalley this week! Mara the Space Traveler by An Leysen (Clavis Publishing)Release Date: June 20, 20204/5 Stars This is a lovely story about a young girl helping out some creatures in another realm. The illustrations in this book are beautiful, and the creatures in Mara’s tale are so adorable! AContinue reading “NetGalley ARCs/Mini Reviews: April 23”

‘Story Magic’ by Laurel Gale/Mini Review

Story Magic by Laurel GalePublisher: Jolly Fish PressGenre: Middle Grade/FantasyAcquired through NetGalleyRelease Date: August 4, 2020 My Thoughts **I received ‘Story Magic’ through NetGalley and Jolly Fish Press, in exchange for an honest review** ‘Story Magic’ is a tale that proposes what could happen when superstition takes the place of reason. Story Magic is notContinue reading “‘Story Magic’ by Laurel Gale/Mini Review”

‘Lobizona’ by Romina Garber/Mini Book Review

Lobizona by Romina GarberPublisher: Wednesday BooksGenre: YA Urban FantasyRelease Date: August 4, 2020 My Thoughts **I received ‘Lobizona’ by Romina Garber through NetGalley and Wednesday Books, in exchange for an honest review** When I first read the synopsis for ‘Lobizona’, I was immediately intrigued. A story that blends in urban fantasy and folklore, while bringingContinue reading “‘Lobizona’ by Romina Garber/Mini Book Review”

Friday Reads: April 10

I’m about halfway through Lobizona by Romina Garber. I’m just swept away by the reality of the Miami, Florida setting and the Argentinian folklore woven into the story. I’m sure it’s going to be quite a ride once things pick up! I did discover one thing that I’m not too thrilled about…nothing story related, butContinue reading “Friday Reads: April 10”

Reading Blog: April 9

Today I began reading ‘Lobizona’ by Romina Garber. It’s a YA novel handling the relevant issues of immigration and family separation intensely. Thank you to NetGalley and Wednesday Books for providing me a digital copy! I’m about 30% through, and it’s revealed quite a lot about Manu and her existence. She’s lost so much andContinue reading “Reading Blog: April 9”