Author Interview| Courtney Maguire author of Bloodlaced (Youkai Bloodlines #1)

Today’s interview is with the author of the newly published Bloodlaced, Courtney Maguire! Ahhh, I am so excited about today’s post! I am bringing you an interview with one of my new favourite authors. I got the chance to read Courtney’s book, and I did not expect to adore Bloodlaced so much! The author was […]

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ARC REVIEW| Bloodlaced (Youkai Bloodlines #1) by Courtney Maguire

Content Warnings: physical abuse, sexual abuse (off-page), self-harm, blood, graphic violence

When I chose to read this book, I had no idea what was coming for me. I was intrigued by the premise that the main character, Asagi, was both a male and a female, and decided to give it a try. By the time I reached the end, this novel had wrapped itself around my heart and did not let go. I was devastated, and I do not lie when I say I cried for days after finishing the novel!

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ARC REVIEW: Hush by Dylan Farrow

★★★★☆ Writing Quality 5/5, Character Development 4/5, ‘Couldn’t put it down’ – ness 3/5, Intellectual Depth 5/5, Diversity 4/5, Originality 4/5, Overall 4.2/5. Trigger Warnings: death, death of a parent, violence. As I was scrolling up and down NetGalley, I came across Hush. I wasn’t so sure about the cover of the novel, but I was keen on reading the book after reading the description. From […]

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Blog Tour| Taking the Fall by Kally Ash

★★★★★ Character Development 10/10, Atmosphere 10/10, Writing Quality 10/10, Plot 9/10, Intrigue 9/10, Logic 10/10, Enjoyment 10/10, Overall 9.71/10 equals to 5\5 stars. I have received a copy of this book in exchange of an honest review from Magic Pen Book Tours and a creative post of my choice during a blog tour. I must […]

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Book Tour| A playlist inspired by Taking the Fall by Kally Ash

I do have the weirdest, most varied taste in music. I can’t say I only have one a music genre I like, but I listen to a bit of everything and I think that is reflected in this playlist. When I signed up for the blog tour organized by Magic Pen Books and saw the […]

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The Bloodless Revolution and the Beginnings of Democracy

You all know how much I love history. I used to be fascinated by the past queens and kings, and I am confident that I reached a point into my life where I couldn’t leave history behind. We are surrounded by history, and with every second that passes, we create more. English and Scottish history […]

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ARC REVIEW: Hiss by Amaya Ash

Since the very first time I laid my eyes upon the cover of Hiss, I knew that the story was meant to be remembered. I wanted so bad to get a review copy, but as I was going through Amaya Ash’s website, I could not find any email address. I gave up hope a few days later, but then the author contacted me in hope of giving me a review copy! I was over the moon, and for a good reason! I finished the book in just a few hours, and now I cannot get over the story!

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Why I don’t have a TBR and the genres I read

Something I have always wanted to do is to have bookish discussions, and share insight on my reading. Today I am going to try just that. The topics I chose to discuss today are TBRs, and why my read isn’t as diverse as it could be. Why having a TBR doesn’t work for me? I […]

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ARC REVIEW: The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life by Dani Jensen

★★★★★ Writing Quality 5/5, Character Development 4/5, ‘Couldn’t put it down’ – ness 5/5, Intellectual Depth 5/5, Diversity 5/5, Originality 5/5, Overall 4.8/5. I postponed reading The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life for months, but as the publication date approached, I had no choice but to read the book. It took me around a week to get through, but if it weren’t for school work, […]

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Rekindled Prophecy: Greylyn the Guardian Angel by KC Freeman

★★★★★ Character Development 9/10, Atmosphere 10/10, Writing Quality 9/10, Plot 9/10, Intrigue 9/10, Logic 10/10, Enjoyment 9/10, Overall 9.28/10 equals to 5\5 stars. I was able to find this book on BookSirens, and I managed to get a copy in exchange for an honest review. I read the synopsis and thought that this book is […]

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