I loved this book sososo much, so I wrote a review. And I need you to read it. It's spoiler-free in case you haven't read the first book in this amazing queer duology. [And I really, really hope you'll read these books after reading my review!]
As a book blogger and book reviewer, we often get the chance to read books prior their release date. I feel like that's an honor. One I want to be proud of by, in turn, doing something extra for the books I love most. I'm talking about some of those books in this post.
What would you do if your family decided to set you up on ten blind dates? Would you run and hide? Would you take the challenge? Or would you rather read this book about just that?
I was on a mission and I failed said mission. It was a reading mission. I find I fail OFTEN at those but who cares as long as we're reading, right? What kind of reading missions do you give yourself?
Becoming and being a part of something bigger - like the bookish community - has a couple of consequences I want to address today!
Sooner than I thought, but here are my two most recent acquisitions to my ARC-TBR!
It's that time of year again where G hosts the Magical Readathon and our shiny wizard hearts light up because we actually get a change to GET THOSE O.W.L.s! Which is.. basically what this post is about.