Book Review, Books, Booktube Video

FIRST EVER BOOKSHELF TOUR!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFpSORtqiu8&t=231s This is my first ever bookshelf tour! It's literally only bookshelf one of five so if you guys want to see more of the books I own then leave a comment down below. Everything has been crazy but I'm FINALLY back in to recording videos again, so yay! frumious(froo-me-us) \adj- def: fuming and furious… Continue reading FIRST EVER BOOKSHELF TOUR!

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Book Review, Reading

The Hearts We Sold Review-Spoiler Free

When Dee Moreno makes a deal with a demon—her heart in exchange for an escape from a disastrous home life—she finds the trade may have been more than she bargained for. And becoming “heartless” is only the beginning. What lies ahead is a nightmare far bigger, far more monstrous than anything she could have ever… Continue reading The Hearts We Sold Review-Spoiler Free

Book Review, Graphic Novels & Comics, Reading, unboxing

Something WICKED This Way Comes- August Owlcrate Review

  Hey friends! Been a while, huh? I've come to you with an unboxing video and it's been absolutely AGES since I've done one of these!  This month's box theme was "Something Wicked This Way Comes..."  and there are some spoilers ahead so be warned! All of the items in this box were inspired by YA horror/mystery.… Continue reading Something WICKED This Way Comes- August Owlcrate Review

Book Review, Books, Graphic Novels & Comics

Spoiler Free Review! The Search for the Red Dragon by James A. Owen

Tea of the Week: Hazelnut  It has been nine years since John, Jack, and Charles had their great adventure in the Archipelago of Dreams and became the Caretakers of the Imaginarium Geographica. Now they have been brought together again to solve a mystery: Someone is kidnapping the children of the Archipelago. And their only clue is a… Continue reading Spoiler Free Review! The Search for the Red Dragon by James A. Owen

Book Review, Books, What To Read Series

Wednesday’s What to Read if You Like: Ariel Bissett

Tea of the Week: Rooibos Mango Tea This book recommendation list is inspired by booktuber Ariel Bissett. Hopefully, you guys can find some awesome new books that you enjoy reading.  This list is good if you like reading any of the following niches: Adult fiction, creative prose, short stories, and magical realism.  Seahorse by Janice… Continue reading Wednesday’s What to Read if You Like: Ariel Bissett

Book Review, Books, Graphic Novels & Comics, Monthly Wrap Up, Reading Monthly Wrap Up

May Wrap Up+June TBR

May was the month that I really wanted to jump back in to reading. So far, I've been doing pretty good with the following books. Tea of the Week: Rooibos Mango Tea Books I read in May: Seahorse by Janice Pariat| 4/5 Stars | Review Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli | 4/5 Stars Daughter of… Continue reading May Wrap Up+June TBR

Book Review, Books, Graphic Novels & Comics

Eliza and Her Monsters SPOILER FREE Review

Eliza and Her Monsters Author: Francesca Zappia Rating: 4/5 Stars Tea Recommendation: Rooibos Mango Tea Eighteen-year-old Eliza Mirk is the anonymous creator of Monstrous Sea, a wildly popular webcomic, but when a new boy at school tempts her to live a life offline, everything she’s worked for begins to crumble. OVERALL: This book is original,… Continue reading Eliza and Her Monsters SPOILER FREE Review

Best Books Ever!, Book Review, Books, Reading

Book Review: Seahorse-Janice Pariat

Title: Seahorse Author: Janice Pariat Plot Summary: Nem was not like his college classmates. Instead of crowding around a TV set, Nem opted for lonely walks where he could indulge his passion for photography, until the night he saw Nicholas, a young professor from London, with another male student. The affair is passionate and brief.… Continue reading Book Review: Seahorse-Janice Pariat

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Brooklyn Brujas: Labyrinth Lost Review

For those of us who love to read, we all recognize the qualities of a good book. Of course, each person differs in their opinion and preference when it comes to reading, but the understanding is there. And every once in a while, we will come across a book that will leave us devastated in… Continue reading Brooklyn Brujas: Labyrinth Lost Review