No Chance Meeting by Jaye L. Knight | Blog Tour Review + Giveaway

Hello, everyone! Today I have the honor of promoting an extremely special book called No Chance Meeting by Jaye Elliot. I've included a review of it; make sure to check out the giveaway at the end as well! Click the image above to go straight to the author's site and view the tour schedule there! … Continue reading No Chance Meeting by Jaye L. Knight | Blog Tour Review + Giveaway

The Wedding by Livy Jarmusch | Book Review

Hi friends! Hope everyone is having a great 2020 so far -- I was actually really sick for Christmas and New Year's, so that was kind of a bummer haha! But the year is going along well for me, which I'm really grateful for! Today I'm sharing a review of The Wedding (Tales of Tarsurella … Continue reading The Wedding by Livy Jarmusch | Book Review

Five Recent NetGalley Reviews (a very, very late sequel to my last blog post) | Mini Book Reviews

Hi friends! So, I’ve been gone for awhile. xD My last post was on June 8th, 2019, and… now it’s November 2nd, 2019 (as of the day I’m posting this). Five months, basically (if the math is correct). Not as long as some people’s hiatuses go, but still a long time… especially since I gave … Continue reading Five Recent NetGalley Reviews (a very, very late sequel to my last blog post) | Mini Book Reviews

Summer Reads and Recommendations | a collaboration with Wild Pennings

Hello friends! I have an exciting post for you all today--I'm collaborating with Nicole from Wild Pennings! I've known about Nicole's blog for almost a year, so I was so excited when she asked. 😀 check out her blog here!! click the image. 🙂 With the school year finishing up, summer (AND MORE FREE TIME) … Continue reading Summer Reads and Recommendations | a collaboration with Wild Pennings

The Governess of Penwythe Hall by Sarah E. Ladd | Book Review

Hello, friends! I really, really enjoyed this book so I'd like to share my review of it with you all! Hope you enjoy! ❤ Cornwall was in her blood, and Delia feared she’d never escape its hold. Cornwall, England, 1811Blamed for her husband’s death, Cordelia Greythorne fled Cornwall and accepted a governess position to begin … Continue reading The Governess of Penwythe Hall by Sarah E. Ladd | Book Review