This week was one of the rare times that my lack of organizational skills and abundance of procrastination habits turned out to be a blessing in disguise.The other day, I found an Amazon gift card I had from THREE YEARS AGO just sitting inside a drawer, and since I have been slowly running out of ebooks from Libby and desperately craving the feeling of a real, physical book, I decided to spend my long-lost gift card on- you guessed it- books.
Take a classic, high-stakes, locked-room mystery, add some spicy drama, and you have a real page-turner.
This is probably the most unique historical fiction book I’ve read all year. My first read by Ruta Sepetys did not disappoint!
Wow! This is my first-ever time being nominated for a tag. A huge thank-you to Sidh Aneja at Just One More Episode for nominating me! He posts really insightful book reviews on his blog. Description: The Mystery Blogger Award is an award for amazing bloggers with ingenious posts. Their blog not only captivates; it inspires
Hi everyone! I wrote this article really randomly and I don’t know if it’s already a tag, but here are a few of my weird reading habits 1. Eating Pretzels While Reading– this habit is really oddly specific and my friends will laugh at me if they read this because I have a serious pretzel
Summer’s coming up soon, and that means I’ll have even more extra time for reading. Here are 5 authors whose books I have NEVER read but I really want to try out! Ruta Sepetys– Ruta Sepetys is a celebrated YA historical fiction writer. Her books tend to focus on little-known events in history that aren’t