Clearing The Hoard – 4

It's April, and that means it's time to update you all on my Clearing The Hoard - Bookwyrm Challenge! I ended up reading The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg, and I have to admit that I wasn't a fan. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't as amazing as everyone has made it out to be. Maybe it's because I'm 30 or that I'm not a massive fan of the Christmas season, but this one was a dud to me. In the end, I gave it three caffeinated stars. It was just a meh to me. I decided that I was going to give away my copy, and my sister claimed my autographed copy! She will be the proud owner of The Polar Express, and I'll have a bit of free space to add another autographed book! Here are the books I've given away in March*:

Clearing The Hoard – 3

It's March, and that means it's time to update you all on my Clearing The Hoard - Bookwyrm Challenge! I ended up reading Royal Elves by Misty D. Billman. I ran out of time, and I knew that there was no way I would be able to finish Persepolis while babysitting, so during nap time, I read Royal Elves. Unfortunately, I wasn't that impressed. I didn't feel connected to the characters, found some spelling errors, and almost DNF'd it in the first 20 pages. I ended up giving it two caffeinated stars because I enjoyed the plot.

Clearing The Hoard – 2

Well, month one of Clearing The Hoard Bookwyrm Challenge was a success! Out of the three books I pulled from my TBR jar, I decided to read Into The Woods. I enjoyed the book, but I decided that it's time for this book to find a new owner. I enjoyed the script, but I know that I'm never going to reread the script. My first post with all of my data was posted on December 5th. I figured I would update everyone on what has been added and removed from my shelves since then.

Review | Fairies: The Myth, Legends, and Lore by Skye Alexandra

I've had this book borrowed from Kindle Unlimited for a few months, but I never found the time to read it. As you all by now should know, I love Faeries. I've fallen in love with many mythical creatures, but faeries have always had a special place in my heart. Since I started #FaeFriday, I figured it was time to brush up on my faery facts, which is surprisingly nonexistent.

All of Which I Saw by Lucian Read

Lucian Read is a brilliant photographer that genuinely knows how to capture a moment and leave it branded in your mind. The photos in this book are horrifying, enlightening, and real.

Body Type by Ina Saltz

Body Type: Intimate Messages Etched In Flesh by Ina Saltz is a book I stumbled upon in a bookstore years ago. I finally found the time to read it this year. Take a look at what I thought!

Parkland by Dave Cullen

Dave Cullen's #Parkland book should be required reading. This book helps breakdown the narrative and a tragic yet hopeful way. #MustRead

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