We’re halfway through the year (even if it might not seem like it) so it’s time to review the goals I set at the beginning of the year. I set my Goodreads Reading Challenge at 30 with the intention to read more physical chonkers that are weighing down my shelves. I didn’t actually read that
Moontangled is Stephanie Burgis’ latest Harwood Spellbook novella. She offered to send me an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I love the series so I didn’t need to think hard about that one. Moontangled follows Juliana and Caroline, a couple we’ve seen in the previous books, but who now get the center stage.
An overview of the books I’ve read this year and which ones stood out to me. I’ve read nearly as much non-fiction as fiction, which is a first.
It’s #indieapril, a month in which indies get some extra love. I want to highlight some of the indie authors whose stories have touched me in the last years.
Thornbound is the second book in the Harwood Spellbook. It follows Cassandra’s endeavour to start a school of magic for women. 5 stars for this fantasy story
A list of books to give this holiday season. This list is filled with diverse books by women. Includes disablities, LGBTQ and minorities.
The Underwater Ballroom Society edited by Stefanie Burgis and Tiffany Trent. What started out as a fun prompt, turned out to be a wonderful anthology of enchanting tales by an amazing collection of authors.5 stars for the whole collection. Individual reviews inside.
What’s better than a new season filled with exciting releases? Well, a book and a lovely place to read. I can’t provide you that perfect place, but I can help you find your next read. Here are 24 books (in the genres fantasy, romance, and YA) that will be released in the months April, May,