Today I’m posting as part of a Book Blast, coordinated by BeachBoundBooks, for the children’s book series Dream Horse Adventures written by Susan Count. The blast will run February 7 – 9, 2017. For a chance to win a copy of both, enter via the rafflecopter! You can find my review of Mary’s Song here. This sweet series… Continue reading Book Blast & Giveaway: Dream Horse Adventures by Susan Count
The Fog Diver by Joel N. Ross My rating: 5 of 5 stars Middle Grade fans-read this book! A deadly Fog covers the earth, forcing humans to live on mountain tops, and on slums kept afloat by balloons, blimpy stuff, and fans. The Fog’s origin is clever. The story is told in first person by… Continue reading Book Review: The Fog Diver
The Heart of Betrayal by Mary E. Pearson My rating: 5 of 5 stars I sort of want to wait to do a full review after I read the final installment of this trilogy, which comes out Aug 2nd! This series has really drawn me in. There aren’t magical acts happening all around (at least… Continue reading Book Review: The Heart of Betrayal
I had the pleasure of reading Cryptogram Chaos for this blog tour and will share my review below! BeachBoundBooks is pleased to be coordinating a Blog Tour for the middle grade virtual reality adventure Cryptogram Chaos written by Linda Covella. The tour will run from May 23 – June 13, 2016 About the Book Title:… Continue reading Book Review: Cryptogram Chaos + Giveaway
I recently started The Grisha Trilogy and I love it. Have you read The Grisha Trilogy? What are you reading?
First things first: The writing, descriptions, and plot were mesmerizing to me. I’m still thinking about the Wood. I read this for the BabblingBooks April book club! I already knew I wanted to read it, so it was great timing. Book information and recommendations before continuing: You will find this in the adult section. It could… Continue reading Book Review: Uprooted by Naomi Novik
On a family trip during spring break, I bought this book at the local Barnes and Noble. I love buying some ordinary things as souvenirs—ordinary in the sense that I could buy this in my own city too. But knowing I bought it while away attaches extra significance and memories to it. There is nothing ordinary… Continue reading Currently Reading + TBR Progress