So I was chilling on Webtoons (I am sad and cringy I know) when this new series popped up on my recommended: Not Even Bones. I started reading, and immediately I was hooked. Even better, it was based on a book! Unable to wait another week, I checked out the ebook at my local library and became even more hooked. How has this series been hidden from me for so long?!
As I was scrolling through my Apple newsfeed, looking for something to write about for my school newspaper, I found only about 2 articles unrelated to the Coronavirus or Democratic Primaries: one about Megan and Harry and the other about Billie Eilish. Needless to say, school has been cancelled and I have been staying home …
The Cruel Prince follows a girl who's parents were brutally murdered by her faerie sister's dad, and then she and her sisters were taken to live with the murderer of her parents in faeriland. It's not easy on any of them, to say the least.
The iconic Tiger and Iggy cats of Kitty Cat at the Library have been legends among Kitty Catians. Their cute, furry faces and quippy comments left readers begging for more.
This book blew my mind completely. Things I loved: Ziggy, Stardust and Me is a coming of age tale about a gay kid undergoing conversion therapy in the 1970s. It follows Jonathon as he meets a Native American boy his age, and they become closer and closer. They both end up falling in love, but society, fathers, and Jonathon's internal struggle put a strain on everything. It's not a romance story, but one of self acceptance and love.
Hello everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season and a safe New Years celebration. I myself am enjoing the last 12 hours of my winter break before my second semester of Junior year begins!
Hey guys! I got tagged for this by Zoi @ Whisked Away by Words (who honestly has the most amazing blog?!) months ago, and I'm finally getting around to posting!
Happy fourth Birthday to Kitty Cat at the Library!
I think this is my sixth review of a book from this series? I first started the series wayyy back in 2014, and boy has so much changed. The story, character, and tone from the first couple books have changed drastically and the fan base has grown so large! The first time I met Shannon, I was the only one in line to sign with her and we were able to talk for like ten to twenty minutes!
Title: A Torch Against the Night (An Ember in the Ashes #2) Author: Sabaa Tahir Publisher: Razorbill Publication Date: 2016 Page Count: 452 Age Recommendation: 14 Elias and Laia are running for their lives. After the events of the Fourth Trial, Martial soldiers hunt the two fugitives as they flee the city of Serra and …