I've wanted to be more active on my blog, so I decided to participate in more weekly tags! Friday Favorites is hosted by the wonderful blog Something of the Book. Basically, a prompt is given, and you get to gush about your favorites. This week's prompt is Favorite Books from Childhood. As a child, I really... Continue Reading →
This book is a fast-paced fantasy adventure that has a feel similar to the Hobbit, the descriptions are great, the characters improved, and I enjoyed seeing the continuation of the series.
I've seen William O'Connor's artwork everywhere, but I never found the time to sit down and pick up one of his art books. When I saw this book offered up on NetGalley, I knew I needed to read it. I've always been obsessed with Dragons, Faeries, and other creatures, so this was a book I knew I needed to pick up.
I picked up this book as part of #IndieApril, and I was excited to give it a chance. The description sounded like something right up my alley, and I've been reading so many romances that I figured it was time to take a break and jump into a good fantasy. James Clyde & the Diamonds of Orchestra is a mid-grade novel that grabs you from the start.
**Advanced Reader Copy provided by NetGalley** Publication: February 6, 2018 Read: January 2018 Format: Digital Rating: 4 Caffeinated Stars Summary: Marabel is a young girl who is constantly overlooked because of her twin brother, Marco. Marco is the rightful heir to the kingdom of Magikos and is known as the chosen one by everyone. This... Continue Reading →