Gift Guide 2020

The year 2020 is about to end and with only a month away until the gift-giving season, Black Friday Sales starts, it only seems right to do a gift guide today. Books I can’t have a gift guide without a few book recommendations, so here are my top two reads of this year. They’re both

Happy Fountain Pen Day!

The first Friday of November (today) is Fountain Pen Day and pen shops all over the world are celebrating with sales, special deal, and store-wide discounts. It’s always a good day to pick supplies if you need them, so check out your regular pen shop to see if they take part in the celebration. The

ARC Review: Haunted Legacy by Carissa Andrews

Thanks to the author for providing the ARC in exchange for an honest review. Haunted Legacy is the third book in The Windhaven Witches series and I just finished the second book, Soul Legacy. If you haven’t read the first two books, this review might contain minor spoilers. The timing for reading Haunted Legacy was

Overview: Themed Journals and Planners from Powered By Books

Notebooks, journals, and planners are a big part of my life. Mostly because I love using my fountain pens and paper is the only thing they work well on. So if I can use paper over something digital, I’ll take it. Even if it’ll take me longer. If possible, I’d do everything analog. Powered By

ARC Review: Soul Legacy by Carissa Andrews

Soul legacy by Carissa Andrews is the second book in The Windhaven Witches series. Another semester starts at the Windhaven academy and Wade finally joined Autumn, but not without problems. Bodies disappeared from the cemetery and people think Wade has something to do with it. As a necromancer, Autumn doesn’t escape the grapevine either. It’s

Book Tour: The Wolf And The Water by Josie Jaffrey

Thank you to The Write Reads and Josie Jaffrey for a copy of the book as part of the blog tour. Below is my honest review. If you’ve been following me for a while here, then you know I love Josie Jaffrey’s books. This year, she decided to change things up. She released May Day,

Overview: Kobo Clara HD and Kobo Plus

I just received my new ereader, the Kobo Clara HD. This not an affiliated post, I bought it because I wanted it and love the Kobo brand. So I want to write up a short overview about why Kobo and the ereader itself. A full review a side by side comparison to my old Kobo

6 Spooky Reads For A Spooky Month

Spooktober is already in full swing and I’m sure most of you have already put together your reading lists for readathons and reading challenges, but I want to share a few more if spooky reads are your thing. Not all of them are outright horror and I have one middle grade book for variety. Hopefully,