I’ve got a few new ideas for this blog space, and I want to hear your thoughts!
Passionate, violent, and impressively nuanced, The Line That Held Us is a stunning addition to the grit-lit genre.
Bird Box feels like being afraid of the dark as a child and being stuck in a pitch-black bedroom while your heart pounds harder and faster against the hardened dread in the pit of your stomach.
Another month, another TBR!
Check out my wrap-up for July!
Thanks to Lori’s Bookshelf Reads for tagging me in another fun challenge!
Let’s flashback to 2005, when guyliner was in full swing, Brendon Urie was the heartthrob of the decade, and A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out was changing the world. Ryan Ross was a total literary geek, and here’s the proof.
It only took nine months of being a book blogger to actually do a bookish tag. 🤷🏻♀️
The sequel to Love Lies Beneath was just as lusty, dramatic, and outrageous as its predecessor, and it concluded on a similarly disappointing note.
By Light We Knew Our Names is a collection of brilliantly told stories about love, loss, magic, and life.