Among Us Readathon TBR

This month, I have decided to participate in the Among Us Readathon hosted by @hdsreadinglife over on Twitter. Check out the readathon’s Twitter page here.

Fix Wiring (Read a Sequel)

The Dragon Republic by R.F. Kuang

I am starting 2021 by rereading The Poppy War in order to move on in the series. The Dragon Republic is the second book in the series.

Unlock Manifolds (Read a book that features disability rep)

A Curse so Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer

Thank you to the individuals who recommended this book for this prompt. I have owned a copy for months now and I had not had the chance to pick it up yet.

Divert Power Pt. 1 (Read a book by an author of color)

The Burning God by R.F. Kuang

The Burning God was already on my TBR for the month of January and it so happens to fit this category. I am super excited to finish this series.

Divert Power Pt. 2 (Read a book by a new to you author)

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

Ready Player One is one of those popular books I always meant to get to, but was buried by the large amount of unread books I own. Maybe after I finish, I can finally watch the film?

Are you participating in the Among Us readathon this month?

Book Review: Yes No Maybe So

Title: Yes No Maybe So

Author: Becky Albertalli & Aisha Saeed

# of Pages: 448yes No Maybe so

Jamie Goldberg is cool with volunteering for his local state senate candidate—as long as he’s behind the scenes. When it comes to speaking to strangers (or, let’s face it, speaking at all to almost anyone), Jamie’s a choke artist. There’s no way he’d ever knock on doors to ask people for their votes…until he meets Maya.

Maya Rehman’s having the worst Ramadan ever. Her best friend is too busy to hang out, her summer trip is canceled, and now her parents are separating. Why her mother thinks the solution to her problems is political canvassing—with some awkward dude she hardly knows—is beyond her.

Going door to door isn’t exactly glamorous, but maybe it’s not the worst thing in the world. After all, the polls are getting closer—and so are Maya and Jamie. Mastering local activism is one thing. Navigating the cross-cultural romance of the century is another thing entirely.

*I received this ARC as part of Miss Print’s ARC adoption program

I don’t often read contemporary novels, but when I saw that Becky Albertalli was releasing a new book, I made an exception. There were an equal amount of likes and dislikes I encountered as I read through it. Let’s start with the negatives first.

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Saying Goodbye to 2019

Just a short post summarizing my December reads. During December, I read 7 books with surpassed my Goodreads goal for the year (75).

Before the Devil Breaks You by Libba Bray

Favorite character: Jericho

Favorite quote: “But isn’t that strange and wonderful unpredictability part of humanity? Aren’t all of our differences what already make us a great nation?”

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End of Year Reading Survey

Idea and questions were inspired by Gabby’s End of Year Reading Survey youtube video that can be found here. Below are some of her social media links! Follow here! One of my favorites!


How many books did you read? Did you meet your goal?

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My reading goal this year was 75 books, which is just over 6 books a month. I exceeded that goal and will end 2019 with 80 books read.

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2020 New Releases | Pt. 4 February Books

I’m excited as I introduce you to Part 4 of my 2020 New Releases series. The more I continue the series, the more excited I get because I discover more and more amazing books releasing in the new year! So many more than I originally thought. Part 4 starts us on February books. Unless otherwise noted, preorder promotions end day of release. Make sure you send in your preorder receipts for the amazing goodies!

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Preorder Incentive: Proof of preorder will get you a signed bookplate. Proof can be provided here. Continue reading “2020 New Releases | Pt. 4 February Books”

Paper and Fire & Ash and Quill by Rachel Caine

I read The Great Library series throughout 2019 and it has become one of my all-time favorite series. I figured that since I had only owned books one and five beforehand, I would get two books closer to owning the whole series. Does anyone else read a book from the library and buy it after because you loved it so much?

The Waking Forest by Alyssa Wees

This book has been on my list of books to buy since its release in March. I was drawn to this book by the amazing cover. Just look at it! Did anyone else notice the small details of the red stones?

A Curse so Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer

I bought this book due to the book community on Twitter. I have only heard amazing reviews and the ARC reviews so far of the sequel A Curse so Fierce and Broken have been positive too.

Now I Rise and Bright We Burn by Kiersten White

I’ve owned And I Darken for so long. When I saw the rest of the trilogy available, I made sense to complete the series. I really enjoy when I read a series that is already finished.

Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young

I recently received The Girl the Sea Gave Back in one of my recent Book of the Month boxes. I have had some confusion that maybe one of my viewers could clarify for me. Are these two books a series or is The Girl the Sea Gave Back a companion novel set in the same world?

Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao

My favorite genre is fantasy. This book is an East Asian influenced fantasy that sounds very interesting. I can’t wait to read this in 2020.

The Glass Spare and The Cursed Sea by Lauren Destefano

Owlcrate featured The Glass Spare in their November 2017 box. Even though I do not subscribe to Owlcrate because I never use 99% of the bookish goodies included. It is not worth the price for how little use I get from them.

10 books for about $39. Quite a good Black Friday haul if I say so. Are any of these books a favorite of yours?

2020 New Releases |Pt. 3

Part 3 of my 2020 New Releases series wraps up the January books! Don’t forget that the preorder promotions listed below end release day unless otherwise stated.

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Preorder Incentive: Photograph hand-selected by author and a luggage tag. Form to send preorder proof can be found here.

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Preorder Incentive: You earn the chance to be a character in an upcoming book series of the author’s. Information can be found through the author’s Twitter here.

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Preorder Incentives: 3 signed bookmarks (1 for each book). Also, 3 signed bookplates (also 1 for each book). Preorder details can be found here!

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Preorder Incentives: You receive three items for preordering! A laptop decal, signed bookplate, and an enamel pin. All the details can be found here.

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Preorder Incentive: Each preorder comes with one of two enamel pins. Your choice! Proof of preorder can be found here.

Which of these books are you most looking forward to?

2020 New Releases | Pt. 1

The first post in a series that will run on my blog through December. These 6 books release the week of January 5. Preorder promotions end day of release unless otherwise noted.


Preorder Incentive: An exclusive Hazelwood story. Fill out the form here.

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Tyrant’s Tomb | A Book Review


Title: The Tyrant’s Tomb

Author: Rick Riordan

# of Pages: 439

In his penultimate adventure, a devastated but determined Apollo travels to Camp Jupiter, where he must learn what it is to be a hero, or die trying.

It’s not easy being Apollo, especially when you’ve been turned into a human and banished from Olympus. On his path to restoring five ancient oracles and reclaiming his godly powers, Apollo (aka Lester Papadopoulos) has faced both triumphs and tragedies. Now his journey takes him to Camp Jupiter in the San Francisco Bay Area, where the Roman demigods are preparing for a desperate last stand against the evil Triumvirate of Roman emperors. Hazel, Reyna, Frank, Tyson, Ella, and many other old friends will need Apollo’s aid to survive the onslaught. Unfortunately, the answer to their salvation lies in the forgotten tomb of a Roman ruler . . . someone even worse than the emperors Apollo has already faced.

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