So I am sorry that it has been so long. I was dealing with some kidney stone issues and a few other health issues this summer unfortunately and ended up just focusing on my bookstagram account more than my blog.
I want to try to chance that though.
I cannot promise that I will be able to post weekly, but I will try to post monthly or at the very least way more often than before.
With that being said, I wanted to do a roundup of a few reviews I wrote on my bookstagram and put them here for you to view.
I will also like the original bookstagram reviews to all of these posts.
Book Review Roundup:
I am not usually someone who is into sport books. However, this book is something I am definitely a fan of. The story was intriguing, the romance was really cute, and the characters were complex & unique outside of their relationships. I really enjoyed this book and can’t wait to read more from @lynnrushwrites and @kellyanneblount. Whether you are a fan of Hockey or not, this book has a little something for everyone.
I recently read an ARC of Muted by @tamiwrites and it was amazing. I loved the lyrical writing style, the format of the story, the characters, the fact that I could not tell where the book was going to go, the bittersweet ending, and just so much more. This is definitely a YA book you need to be on the look out for in February.
Thank you @scholasticinc for sending me this ARC.
I recently read The Pastel Effect and it was great. I read it in less than 24 hours and this book was extremely captivating. The characters felt real, the story went in unexpected places, and I really like the different topics explored in this book. If you’re looking for a romance that will pull you in, then I definitely recommend The Pastel Effect. Thank you @arlycarmack for providing a copy of this book to me in exchange for an honest review.
I recently read an ARC of This Will Be Funny Someday by @kt_nre. I have read Katie Henry’s books and I can’t begin to explain how much I loved this book. Standup comedy is really unique In books or at least from my reading experience. So to find a YA book that has a MC who is a comedian. I loved the characters in this book and the story . I especially loved the fact that this book discusses topics like women in comedy and how people are treated differently in comedy. Not only that, the book showcases an emotionally abusive relationship and even treatment of women in different fields. The topics in this book are handled extremely well, the characters are fleshed out & three dimensional, and even some of the jokes made me chuckle. I think everyone should give this book a chance and I don’t think you’ll be disappointed if you do.
Ana on the Edge is a terrific book. I really love the journey the story takes the reader on and how it explores themes of identity, family, friendships, and interests (in this case figure skating). I am not usually a big reader of books about sports, but I have to admit this book definitely has a lot to offer for both fans and non fans of sports. In fact, it even made me want to try skating. I really enjoyed this story and I think readers of all ages will enjoy it as well.
Thank you so much and until next time dear readers.