I read The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo a week ago and I still can’t stop thinking about it. I can’t get Evelyn, and Celia, and Harry and the beautiful world that Reid created out of my brain. My heart is also still recovering from the heartbreaking beauty that was this book. I bawled my eyes out at the end of this book, in public, around people…I’m fine.
The Mystery Blogger Award
Hey, we got tagged! Check out our answers to 5 questions courtesy of Isha at Paperbacktomes!
5 Must-Read April 2021 Book Releases
Here’s a list of some of the most anticipated reads for you this April to add to your ever growing TBR list!
Book Review: The City We Became by N.K. Jemisin
The City We Became has to be one of the most unique concepts I have read in years. It had insane worldbuilding, developed characters, diversity and representation everywhere you looked, and a writing style that was impossible not to lose oneself in.
Meet the Book Blogger Tag (Original)
Not sure if this exists around the blogosphere, but we thought we’d get one started! So, here is the Meet the Book Blogger tag! We’ve come up with ten questions to talk about yourself, your reading habits, your favourite (or not so favourite) books, your ever-growing TBR, and more!
8 Weird Bookworm Habits
If you’re a reader, you probably have some things you do that are normal for you, but odd to everyone else. Not quite sure what I am talking about? No worries. We’re going to break it down by confessing to the “weird” things we do when reading.
February 2021 Reading & Blog Wrap-Up
We both had a really good reading month in February! Basically, a lot of Greek Mythology happened. So, here’s our full February reading and blog wrap-up!
Book Review: The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah
Who can avoid a book that seamlessly incorporates history? Not us! Folks, I actually learn things when I read Kristin Hannah books. I hope she writes more!
It’s Okay: Bookworm Edition
There are people out there in the world who will tell you that in order to call yourself a Bookworm or to participate in the book community, you need to meet a certain criteria. I am here today, dear reader, to tell you none of the bookish “things” people say matter. So much so, I am going to take the time right now to list tell you it’s okay to do [insert “thing” here]. Alright? Cool. Let’s get at it.
9 Non-Hyped Book Recommendations: For the Fiction Lover
If you are looking for some more books in the fiction genre, here are 9 that you are unlikely to see on bookstagram, #BooktTwitter or Booktok!