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I love the Cassidy Blake series and what I've read from Victoria Schwab so far. However, I didn't find the second book and frightening as the first. Cassidy, her family and her ghost best friend Jacob are back in this second adventure from Victoria Schwab. This time Cassidy's parents show The Inspectors is in Paris… Continue reading Tunnel of Bones Review
Can you believe it's February already? We've got some cool new releases coming up throughout the month. Any releases you are looking forward to? 1)The Wish and the Peacock Paige's family has had their farm for generations, and they've seen hard times before, but losing Paige's dad is just too much to take and without… Continue reading February New Releases
So this year I'm looking into more books about mental health. Especially the conditions that I have since I want to do some #ownvoices reviews. This is an #OwnVoices review. Finding Perfect is about a middle schooler with OCD. Molly Nathans's life is changing, her mother has left the country for a job and Molly… Continue reading Finding Perfect Review
I'm taking part in another challenge, one that is super unique and fun. It's by the lovely CW @ artfromafriend and their fellow bloggers at The Quiet Pond. Pondathon is a story-driven readathon. Now you might be asking how a story-driven readathon works. Basically, your reading books give you points for the number of pages read… Continue reading Pondathon Readathon
Well, my reading tag is over. And I put up all but 2 of the days. So I think I did a pretty good job. I'm glad I did a tag for myself, it helped me post more, I think I'll try and come up with more throughout 2020. I also like how the tag… Continue reading 12 Days Tag: How’d I Do?
Originally I was going to do this as books you didn't finish, but I realized that list is WAY too long. So instead I'll focus on 10 books I wish I'd had time to pick up in 2019. 1)Guest: A Changeling Tale . This creepy book was supposed to be on my Halloween list but… Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas: 10 Ships a sailing
Though I haven't finished up this trilogy the first two books and the synopsis of the third still make it my favorite. The Witch Boy series of book was wonderful, it was one of the first books I talked about on my blog. 1) The Witch Boy The Witch Boy by Molly Knox Ostertag and… Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas: Three French hens,
So I read lots of books with twist endings but I'm going to highlight three. Also 50th post for the blog. Woo! 1) The Greystone Secrets: The Strangers I'm usually pretty good at figuring out mysteries in books, especially Middle-Grade books. Which I suppose is to be expected, however, I'm delighted when I'm surprised. The… Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas 6 Geese a laying
On the first day of Christmas, my bookish friends gave to me a partridge in a pear tree! We are talking about standalone books for our first day of the challenge. By and far mine was the graphic novel Pilu of the Woods. In my review of the book I talked about "Pilu of the… Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas: A Partridge In a Pear Tree