#CopyPasteCris

If you've been following me on twitter @CaffeinatedFae you have probably seen the huge scandal about Cristiane Serruya who has plagiarized at least 95 books, 43 authors, 3 articles, 3 websites, & 2 recipes. I'm creating this post so that everyone can support the real authors and buy the books that were so amazing #CopyPasteCris thought... Continue Reading →

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WWW Wednesday | 2.19.2020

It's Wednesday and that means it is time to answer the three Ws! What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? And what do you think you'll read next? Take a look at my answers! #WWWWednesday #BookBlogger

TTT | Characters I would Follow on Social Media

We all love social media, so this prompt was a lot of fun to think about. I have to say it was a tough one for me to answer. I typically follow bookish accounts, so that would mean I would automatically follow and love every single bookish person. I use social media so that I can find new books, talk bookish things, and share my love of all things book related. Though I'm a book nerd and would list every single book lover I have read about, I decided to go with a list of characters that would be more of the outliers on my feed.

Review | Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert

I read this book a few months ago, thanks to Libro.fm's influencer program. I saw quite a few of my favorite blogs reviewing/talking about this book, so I knew I had to read it. I've waited a while to write this book review simply because I loved it so much. Get A Life, Chloe Brown is one of those books that will stay with you for a while after. I struggled to write this book review because nothing will do justice to how much I loved this book. I seriously want to shove it into everyone's hands and tell them to read it.

#FaeFriday | 2.21.2020

It's Friday!!! That means it's time to participate in #FaeFriday! This week we're talking about iron! Iron is known to ward off faeries and, in some instances, limit the Fae's powers. So The prompt this week is: What is something that sucks the magic out of a book? The wonderful @Leah_Books created this prompt! Please link to her blog http://www.leahbooksandcooks.com. There are a few things that suck the magic out of books for me. The main one is the lack of character development.

Tag | Rapid Fire Book Tag

Purple Manatees tagged me in this book tag last week, and I definitely couldn't resist. GirlReading created this tag, and I can't wait to answer some of these questions!  Ebook or Physical Book? eBooks, I don't read many physical books nowadays because I love the convenience of eReaders. I'm particular about my books, so I love the fact... Continue Reading →

WWW Wednesday | 2.19.2020

It's Wednesday and that means it is time to answer the three Ws! What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? And what do you think you'll read next? Take a look at my answers! #WWWWednesday #BookBlogger

TTT | Book Hangover Books

The prompt this week is from Deanna @ A Novel Glimpse "The Last Ten Books That Gave Me a Book Hangover." I like most (if not all) book lovers have experienced a book hangover. I honestly don't experience the book hangover too much, so I'm making a list of the books I can remember giving me a book hangover. For me, a book hangover happens in one of two ways. The first way is when I loved a book so much I can't possibly think of reading another book. The second way is when a book affects me so profoundly, I have a bit of numbness afterward. Sometimes, it's a little bit of both. The list I came up with is filled with both types of books.

Review | Shadow of the Fox by Julie Kagawa

This book was action-packed. I typically don't read audiobooks if they're longer than 9 hours, so the 14 hours & 45 minutes of this book felt incredibly daunting. I hesitantly pressed play but I have to say, this book flew by. I was utterly engrossed.

#FaeFriday | 2.14.2020

It's #FaeFriday, and that means it's time to let your inner fae come out and play! Instead of doing a Valentine's Day theme, I decided that for this week, we'd talk about healing. Whether you need a dying plant or a broken heart mended, the fair folk can help. Just like fae, books can be incredibly healing, so the prompt this week is: What book helped you through a difficult time?

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