A Spark of White Fire by Sangu Mandanna is the first book in the Celestial Trilogy. This review will be spoiler-free. Growing up orphaned and far from her home, Esmae longs to meet the family that doesn’t know she exists. When the King of Wychstar finally gives her the perfect opportunity, Esmae enters the competition … More A Spark of White Fire by Sangu Mandanna
The Cruel Prince by Holly Black is the first book in The Folk of the Air series. This review will be spoiler-free. The Fey steal children. Everyone has heard the stories, but they are just make-believe. Jude is seven years old when a strange man murders her parents and whisks her and her sisters away … More The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
I am late, as always, but I am finally putting together my August TBR! It’s a little ambitious but I think I can get it done since 4 of them are pretty short. Down Among the Sticks and Bones by Seanan McGuire (Reread – Audiobook) In an Absent Dream by Seanan McGuire (Audiobook) A … More August TBR
Hey everyone! I have decided to join A Book. A Thought in the meme Down the TBR Hole, in an effort to weed through my TBR, which is currently at almost 350 books. Also, I know there are books that I have forgotten to add to this list. So I am going to sort my … More Down the TBR Rabbit Hole | #1
I’m going to be honest here. I am not good at juggling ideas. I get bored very easily and want to move on to the shiny new idea that caught my attention. This is the reason I have yet to finish any of my WIPs. I get halfway through a draft and a new idea … More Juggling Ideas
I’ve seen a few “Twenty facts about Me” posts going around and decided to do one. So here it goes! I have been writing since I was 7 years old. I lived in Japan for 3 years. I am the youngest of 6 kids. I love Marvel movies. I have a weird obsession with Lea … More Get to Know ME
Hello America. I guess I should have said this four months ago, but it has been a crazy four months. It has been so weird being back in the United States. I miss Japan all the time. The culture, the food, the people. In Japan, the streets were cleaner. The people were nicer. There was less crime. … More Hello America.
For the last three years, I have been lucky enough to live in Okinawa, Japan, but that chapter of my life is coming to an end. As I was preparing to move, I started reminiscing on all the wonderful memories I have made, and thought about the lessons I have learned. I have met … More Sayonara Okinawa!
What He Doesn’t Know by Kandi Steiner is the first book in the What He Doesn’t Know series. It is an Adult Romance. When Reese finds his way back to his hometown, he never expects to find the girl he used to know still living there. Charlie has met each of her goals one by … More What He Doesn’t Know by Kandi Steiner
As a writer, I often find myself living in more than one world at a time. I could be traveling through the forests of Davodor with Hazel, swimming in the Gulf of Mexico with Bex, or hanging out in a speakeasy with Eve. But then there is also the real world to deal with. It … More Living in Two Worlds (Or more…)