It’s time today to share some mini-reviews from some of my NetGalley reads. I’ve been pretty terrible at keeping up with it this year, so some of these reviews date back to February. But better late than never, right? Butcher by Natasha T. Miller This is a beautiful collection of poems talking about family, grief, … More A Couple NetGalley Mini-Reviews
Hello, everyone! Today we’ve got some mini-reviews of a couple of my Indie Accords reads so far. If you’re not aware of the Indie Accords readathon, I’ll link Lana’s original announcement here so that she can explain it to you in much better detail than I can! Lana is one of my best friends in … More Mini-Reviews: #IndieAccords Edition
It’s time today for a set of mini-reviews—this time middle-grade ones! I decided to do these this year as a way of making sure that I read my books for the Let Us Read Middle Grade challenge. I’ve got three reviews today—two of them are from a few months back but I wanted to share … More Middle-Grade Mini-Reviews: Fantasy and Mystery!
Towards the end of last year, I decided to take a look at some of the books on my shelves that I read but never reviewed and got to doing just that. you can see that first part here, in which I reviewed Citizen, The Blood Countess and Soulless. Today for part two, I reread … More Rereading Books I Never Reviewed | Part Two
I was looking through my Goodreads ‘read’ shelf lately and realised that there were a whole ton of books I’d never written anything about. I generally try to write a few sentences about everything I finish, but that’s a pretty new idea of mine. So lately I’ve been rereading a few so I could share … More Rereading Books I Never Reviewed
Earlier this month, I shared which of the books from the Goodreads Choice Awards I had on my shelves and would be trying to read. And today I’m here with some reviews…kind of? It’s complicated, as you’re about to see. Here in the Real World by Sara Pennypacker | Nominated for Best Middle Grade I … More Mini-Reviews | Goodreads Choice Awards Edition #1
I very rarely request books on NetGalley. After years of being turned down because of rights issues, I’ve just kind of given up. But recently, I got approved for a couple and today I’m doing mini-reviews of three of them. So let’s get into it. Aix Marks the Spot by Sarah Anderson Published June 16th … More Mini-Reviews: NetGalley Edition