Weekly Posts, WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday – September 22, 2021

Happy WWW Wednesday! If you're unfamiliar with WWW Wednesday, it's a weekly blog meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words. The three W's are simple: What are you currently reading?What did you recently finish reading?What do you think you'll read next? Current Reads I'm currently reading an eARC of Love, Chai and Other… Continue reading WWW Wednesday – September 22, 2021

ARC Reviews, Book Reviews

ARC Review – Iron Widow

Iron Widow by Xiran Jay Zhao is a YA sci-fi/dystopian that will be published on September 21st. In this world, a China-inspired world uses Chrysalises (giant transforming robots) to fight the Hunduns, a non-human force that came to take over hundreds of years ago. A boy pilots each Chrysalis, the size of it depending on… Continue reading ARC Review – Iron Widow

Six for Sunday, Weekly Posts

Six for Sunday – Books that Should be Taught in School

It's Sunday and time for Six for Sunday! This is a weekly blog feature started by A Little But a Lot. This week's prompt is books that should be taught in school. I was a good student in school but I hated pretty much every book I was forced to read in school. Honestly, I… Continue reading Six for Sunday – Books that Should be Taught in School

Monthly NetGalley Updates, Reading Updates

NetGalley Update – September 2021

It's time for my mid-month update on my NetGalley ARCs. I do this to keep myself accountable for reading all ARCs by the publication date. Stats Approved ARCs: 27Feedback Sent: 14Feedback Ratio: 52% Still not the greatest ratio but almost identical to last month and still building my numbers so I'm happy. Also planning to… Continue reading NetGalley Update – September 2021

Weekly Posts, WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday – September 15, 2021

Happy WWW Wednesday! If you're unfamiliar with WWW Wednesday, it's a weekly blog meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words. The three W's are simple: What are you currently reading?What did you recently finish reading?What do you think you'll read next? Current Reads I'm currently reading an eARC of Iron Widow by Xiran… Continue reading WWW Wednesday – September 15, 2021

Six for Sunday, Weekly Posts

Six for Sunday – Characters to Swap Lives With

It's Sunday and time for Six for Sunday! This is a weekly blog feature started by A Little But a Lot. This week's prompt is characters I'd like to swap lives with. Similar to last week, this got a little tricky as characters tend to go through some rough stuff and occasionally almost die but… Continue reading Six for Sunday – Characters to Swap Lives With

ARC Reviews, Book Reviews

ARC Review – Where the Stars Sing

Where the Stars Sing by Aminah Fox is a new dystopian novel with a scheduled publication date of October 4, 2021. Based on Goodreads, this will be the beginning of a new series. The story follows Charles Sykes who begins the book at 7 years old at which time a global science experiment goes wrong… Continue reading ARC Review – Where the Stars Sing

Book Reviews

Book Review – Six Crimson Cranes

Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim is the first book in a new YA fantasy series. This is an Asian-inspired retelling of the Six Swans fairytale (which full disclosure is not a story I know). Shiori is the only princess of Kiata and learning she has magic which is forbidden. Her stepmother curses her to… Continue reading Book Review – Six Crimson Cranes

Weekly Posts, WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday – September 8, 2021

Happy WWW Wednesday! If you're unfamiliar with WWW Wednesday, it's a weekly blog meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words. The three W's are simple: What are you currently reading?What did you recently finish reading?What do you think you'll read next? Current Reads I'm reading my eARC from NetGalley of Where the Stars… Continue reading WWW Wednesday – September 8, 2021

Six for Sunday, Weekly Posts

Six for Sunday – Fictional Schools/Universities

It's Sunday and time for Six for Sunday! This is a weekly blog feature started by A Little But a Lot. This week's prompt is schools/universities that I'd like to attend. This was a little hard because while I like a lot of books with schools, way too many of them have a really high… Continue reading Six for Sunday – Fictional Schools/Universities