I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season. I have been away from social media for, what feels like forever.
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I took a small break to clear my head and enjoy the last month of the year. I enjoyed my break so much, I did an entire re-read of Harry Potter and really loved it.
I have a review for you all, for the first book I read in 2019. It was a great read to start the year off with, and I’m excited to talk about it.
Also, I’d love to wish this novel a very Happy Book Birthday, since it came out today!
I’d like to thank Penguin Random House Canada for sending this book my way!
Continue reading “A Curse so Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer”
I’m back again with another review, this one is for A Curse so Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer.
I received this novel from Raincoast Books and I was so very excited to pick it up. It comes out in January and is a fantastic retelling of Beauty and the Beast!
Let’s jump into it!
So a long, long week full of work in retail (during Black Friday) has gone by and I finally found some time to come back to my blog and share a review with you all!
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This review is for The Wren Hunt by Mary Watson.
I was lucky enough to receive this novel from Raincoast Books in exchange for an honest review.
Let’s get into it!
Welcome back to my blog, I am so excited to be back with another book review.
This one is for the Strange the Dreamer duology.
I received Muse of Nightmares from Hachette Canada in exchange for an honest review.
I’m so sorry this review took so long to get out, I definitely didn’t expect it to take so long to read these novels but you’ll all find out more about that in my review below!
Let’s jump into it!
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Welcome back for another review.
This one is going to be for the book Rule by Ellen Goodlette.
I was fortunate enough to receive this novel from Hachette in exchange for an honest review.
Let’s jump into it!
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I’ve got a new review for you all that I am so excited to share!
I received Grim Lovelies from Raincoast Books in exchange for an honest review.
This book is also the Indigo Staff Pick of the month for November, which I think is a perfect fit.
Let’s get into it.
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I am back again with another book review! This past month hasn’t been the best for my reading, but what I have read have been some pretty awesome books!
I received an ARC of The Lies They Tell by Gillian French from the wonderful people at Harper Collins but that has not influenced my review in any way!
Alright, let’s jump right into the review!
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March was a month that flew by for me. I had so much going on and it made the time feel like nothing, which I am not complaining about, I love it when I’m busy!
This month also included the Wonder Week Read-a-thon which I had so much fun hosting. It took place during the week I had my wisdom teeth removed but I had managed to read 4/5 of the books I wanted to read, so it was a successful read-a-thon in my books (heh, books).
I’m just going to jump right into my monthly favourites now! I hope you all enjoy!
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Today I’m very excited to bring to you all a review for something that I am so happy to have received from Penguin Random House.
I was blessed enough to recieve a finished, hardback copy of this novel, and I am so thankful that I did.
Alright, I’m just going to jump right into this review, I’ll try to stay composed. Try.
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This is a bit of a later post, but I felt like I definitely needed to post this today, otherwise I’d forget about it!
I’m just going to jump right into this wrap up post!
Continue reading “Wonder Week: March 18th-25th Wrap Up”