#FaeFriday | Favorite History Books By Black Authors

Happy #faefriday!!! I hope everyone’s week has been good. Mine has been a little hectic but I’m super happy that it’s Friday and that the weekend is here! This is the last Friday in February and I wanted to take the time to showcase some of the amazing history books that I have read that […]

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#FaeFriday | Favorite Books By Black Authors

February is Black History Month in the United States, which is why this week’s prompt is:   What are some of your favorite books written by Black authors? I’m pretty sure all of you knew this series was going to be on this list. The Brown Sisters series by Talia Hibbert is hands down one […]

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#FaeFriday | Disappointing Hyped Books

It’s #FaeFriday and I bet you already knew what this week’s prompt would be. What book didn’t live up to the hype? What book didn’t live up to the hype? This might get me in hot water with Twitter but Fahrenheit 451 was the worst. I’ve had to read it for classes at least 4 […]

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Review | Without You

Title: Without You: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and the Musical RentAuthor: Anthony RappGenre: BiographyPublisher: Simon SchusterPublication: November 1st, 2006Read: January 2021Format: AudiobookLength: 9 hours & 28 minutes Rating: 4 1/2 Caffeinated StarsTrigger Warnings: Abuse, Emotional Abuse, Homophobia, Cheating, Death Goodreads Summary: Anthony Rapp captures the passion and grit unique to the theatre world as […]

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#FaeFriday | Hyped Book

It’s Friday and that means it’s time to answer the #FaeFriday prompt! This week’s prompt is: What book lived up to the hype? Typically a book never lives up to the hype that I build in my head. When I read a review that raves about a book, I build it up so much that […]

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Review | Much Ado About You

Title: Much Ado About YouAuthor: Samantha YoungGenre: Contemporary RomancePublisher: BerkleyPublication: February 2nd, 2021Read: January 2021Format: Digital ARCPages: 308Rating: 4 Caffeinated StarsContent Warnings: Groping, racism, substance abuse Goodreads Summary: At thirty-three-years old Evangeline Starling’s life in Chicago is missing that special something. And when she’s passed over for promotion at work, Evie realizes she needs to […]

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#FaeFriday | Birthday Celebration

Guess what!!! Tomorrow I level up and turn 31! This is obviously a cause for celebration, and lucky for us, the Fae LOVE to celebrate! That is why the prompt this week is: What are some upcoming books that have you jumping for joy?

There are so many books that I can’t wait to get my hands on, but I have a few books that stand out from the crowd!

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#FaeFriday | Delicious Foods

Happy Fae Friday!! I hope that this week has treated you well! I’m honestly so happy that the weekend is almost here! This week was created by the brilliant Nery from postcardsfromlalaland.com! Please link to her blog! Faeries are known for their love of food, so we’re wondering what books have such fantastic food descriptions that you’re hungry after reading them?

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Review | The Roommate

When I saw this book on NetGalley, I knew I needed to read it. Unfortunately, life got in the way, which means I ended up buying the audiobook instead. I tend to buy the audiobook anytime I’m late in the review game. I’m delighted that I bought the audiobook because the narrators were great! Brittany Pressley & Teddy Hamilton brought the book to life. At times, I did wish that the female voices were just a bit different, but other than that, they did a fantastic job.

With COVID-19 and a lot of personal issues, I’ve been filling my life with romance, and this book was exactly what I needed. The Roommate is one of those books that will make you smile. It was well written, humorous, and incredibly spicy. Don’t let the cutesy cover fool you. This book packs a lot of steam, and I was here for it.

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#FaeFriday | Autumn Vibes

It’s Friday, and there is actually a chill to the air here, which is AMAZING!!! I always love fall, which is why the autumn court is still in the spotlight. They’re celebrating the season change by gracing us with the beautiful gift that is the changing of the leaves. That is why this week’s prompt is: What genre gives off that perfect autumn vibe to you?

I’m sure most people will put mystery or horror as their genre, but I’m a bit strange.

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