2019 · Book Review · Bookish · Bradley W. Wright · Children's Book · Diversity · Entangled Teen · Fantasy · Fiction · Hena Khan · Madeline J. Reynolds · Muslim · Neurodiversity · Own Voices · Paranormal · Quotes I Devoured This Month · Sara Crawford · Wrap Up · YA

Quotes I Devoured This Month: March 2019

(A monthly wrap up with a twist.) “Be brave. Be adventurous.” “It was amazing the illusion of familiarity a simple shortening of someone’s name could create.” “That’s one of the things I really like about you. Everything through your eyes is magical.”   Elias Caldwell needs more than his life in nineteenth-century England has to…… Continue reading Quotes I Devoured This Month: March 2019

2019 · Book Writing... · Creative Writing · Debut Novel · Fantasy · Journal · Own Voices

Book Writing #3

What is Book Writing…? Click here to read all about this new blog series. Read the previous blog post of this series here. Where I have been It has been a while since I have updated you about my WIP. I didn’t stop writing after week 2, I actually won Camp Nano for the first time…… Continue reading Book Writing #3

2019 · Book Review · Bookish · Contemporary · Diversity · Eric smith · Fantasy · Fiction · Flux · Flux Books · Own Voices · YA

Book Review of The Girl and the Grove- A heartfelt Urban Fantasy that explores environmental activism, acceptance, family, and friendship!

Blurb Teenager Leila’s life is full of challenges. From bouncing around the foster care system to living with seasonal affective disorder, she’s never had an easy road. Leila keeps herself busy with her passion for environmental advocacy, monitoring the Urban Ecovists message board and joining a local environmental club with her best friend Sarika. And…… Continue reading Book Review of The Girl and the Grove- A heartfelt Urban Fantasy that explores environmental activism, acceptance, family, and friendship!

#RamadanReadathon · 2018 · @MuslimReadathon · Blog Tour · Book Review · Bookish · Diversity · Islam · Ramadan · S.A. Chakraborty

Ramadan Readathon Blog Tour: Book Review of City of Brass + S.P of What Ramadan in Egypt Looks Like.

What is the Ramadan Readathon? It is a month-long reading challenge to celebrate and support Muslim authors during the holy month of Ramadan. Created by Nad @Scorpioreads. You can learn more about it here. It’s the ninth day of the Ramadan Readathon blog tour and hidden behind the eighth door is…   🥁 🥁 🥁…… Continue reading Ramadan Readathon Blog Tour: Book Review of City of Brass + S.P of What Ramadan in Egypt Looks Like.

2018 · Book Review · Bookish · Fantasy · Fiction · magic · YA

Book Review- Prophecy of Darkness (Legends of the Tri-Gard Book 1): Although I would have been satisfied with reading this as a Merlin Retelling, this story is so much more than that.

Blurb Only magic can save them from what is coming, but first, it must be reclaimed. Twenty years ago, war devastated Dreach. Bloody and cruel, it ravaged the realm and stripped magic from Dreach-Science. Without magic, there is no hope. No life. For Prince Trystan Renauld, there is no choice. As his people starve, his…… Continue reading Book Review- Prophecy of Darkness (Legends of the Tri-Gard Book 1): Although I would have been satisfied with reading this as a Merlin Retelling, this story is so much more than that.

Book Writing... · Camp NanoWrimo · Creative Writing · Dystopian · Fantasy · Greek Mythology · Journal · NanoWrimo · Sci-Fi

Book Writing #2: Camp NanoWrimo Week 2 Wrap Up!

  What is Book Writing…? Click here to read all about this new blog series. Read the previous blog post of this series here. Week two in a Nutshell I was freaking out at the beginning of the week because I knew where the story was going, but I could not wrap my head around how…… Continue reading Book Writing #2: Camp NanoWrimo Week 2 Wrap Up!

2018 · Book Review · Bookish · Diversity · Fantasy · Harlequin Teen · Kaitlyn Sage Patterson · LGBTQ · YA

Book Review – The Diminished: Reading this 📖 was like riding a 🎡 that levitates in the air, then dives deep into the sea 🌊!

Blurb In the Alskad Empire, nearly all are born with a twin, two halves to form one whole…yet some face the world alone. The singleborn A rare few are singleborn in each generation, and therefore given the right to rule by the gods and goddesses. Bo Trousillion is one of these few, born into the…… Continue reading Book Review – The Diminished: Reading this 📖 was like riding a 🎡 that levitates in the air, then dives deep into the sea 🌊!