#FaeFriday | 6.12.2020

It's Friday, which means it's time for another #FaeFriday! As all of you know, I'm obsessed with faeries but did you know that I also have a particular fondness for shapeshifters? No? Yes? Maybe? Well, imagine my delight when I realized that faeries have been known to shapeshift into animals? Sooo... that means that the prompt this week is:

May 2020 | Wrap-Up

Hey Everyone! May is over, which means that it is time to give you a bit of an update on my reading progress! These past few months have been hard on me and incredibly hard on the world. Cal is doing well. He's as hyper as ever and is acting like he didn't have major surgery last month. As you all know, I've been pretty quiet here. I truly appreciate you all staying here and reading my posts. I'm hoping that June will reinvigorate me, and I will start to be more active on my blog.

#FaeFriday | 5.29.2020

It's Friday, which means it's time for another #FaeFriday! As all of you know, I'm obsessed with faeries but did you know that I also have a particular fondness for shapeshifters? No? Yes? Maybe? Well, imagine my delight when I realized that faeries have been known to shapeshift into animals? Sooo... that means that the prompt this week is:

#FaeFriday | 5.22.2020

It's Friday, which means it's time for another #FaeFriday! I'm not going to lie, but I totally thought it was Thursday. Luckily, I saw Leah's post and realized my error! The prompt this week is also one of my favorites! I'm always on the lookout for scorching reads, so I definitely created this prompt for selfish reasons. This week we're talking about Fire Faeries! Be cautious of these faes, or you might end up with a blister! So without further ado, the prompt is....

#FaeFriday | 5.15.2020

It's Friday, which means it's time for another #FaeFriday! The prompt this week was created by Ashley over at Red Haired Ash Reads! Faeries have been known to stand back and observe. So, the prompt this week is: What secondary character is your favorite or even outshined the main character?

Review | Black Tangled Heart by Samantha Young

Black Tangled Heart lives up to its title. Each character is tangled up with pain to the point where I questioned if some of the characters were redeemable. In the first half of the book, we got to see Jane and Jamie grow up, and I loved watching their relationship flourish. Both characters were well written, and I enjoyed seeing them grow up. With that said, I have to say that I struggled to read some of the sexual scenes.

#FaeFriday | 5.8.2020

It's Friday, which means it is time for #FaeFriday! Faeries have been known to make a mortal dance until they die. So, the prompt this week is: What is a book that you forgot the world around you existed?

Review | The Happy Ever After Playlist

The Happy Ever After Playlist is the first Abby Jimenez book that I have read. It can be read as a standalone, which made me happy seeing as Libro.fm gave me this one as part of their influencer program. Luckily for me, I didn't look at the narrators. Look, so many people LOVE Erin Mallon, but I don't. Her narrations of female characters tend to grate on my nerves. I tend to avoid any of the books she narrates, which makes me sad because she narrates some fantastic books. With all that said, I found that if I speed up her narrations, she isn't terrible. Zachary Weber, as always, was fantastic.

April 2020 | Wrap-Up

It is finally May, and that means it's time to update you all. April was one of the hardest months for me, personally. As many of you know, we had a few health scares with my aunts, and Calcifer needed emergency surgery for a blockage. Everyone seems to be doing well, and Cal is currently lying on a mat next to me as I type this. He is still in the critical ten days post-surgery, but with luck, hope, and good vibes, he should make a full recovery. With COVID-19 happening around the world, my anxiety has been pretty high. Usually, when my anxiety is through the rough, I rely on reading to get me through and escape for a bit. Unfortunately, my stress has been way too high, and I failed to focus on anything, let alone focus my attention on a book. I didn't get much reading or blogging done in April, but I'm hoping with the start of May, I'll be able to start reading again.

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