Superman: Dawnbreaker [Matt De La Pena]; 2019 YA Releases

The difficult thing about potentially adding Superman: Dawnbreaker by Matt De La Pena to my TBR is the fact that I never had any intention of reading the other books in this series. I only ever read the Catwoman novel from this set of DC retelling books and I was sorely disappointed and while I'm not nearly…

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Bookish L; Alphabet Challenge

This was kind of a fun one to compile, especially since I've been dying to read Labyrinth  for eons now. For the longest time, the only copies available were out of print and therefore massively expensive. But it has been re-released and while I have not yet managed to scrounge up the funds to buy myself a copy,…

I Interrupt Your Previously Scheduled Book Talk for Game of Thrones

Less than ten minutes are left until the third episode of the final season of Game of Thrones and I’ve been sitting around with everyone talking about who I think is most likely to die. Of all the characters, I think Theon is the most likely and that’s what I’m going to leave it at.…

Dreams in Bookland [The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein] Blogger Support Feature

Hello everyone and welcome again to another blogger support feature where this week I'll be featuring a review from a fantastic book blogger, Andrea @ Dreams in Bookland. Andrea's blog began largely due to the fact that, despite having friends who read, they didn't exactly share her preferences for what would make an amazing novel.…

If You’re Out There [Katy Loutzenhiser]; 2019 YA Releases

I was pretty uncertain about whether or not I would care to add If You're Out There Katy Loutzenhiser to my TBR initially, but damn if the reviews didn't make me interested. If you're out there is the story about a pair of friends and what happens when one of them moves away. Well, Zan and…

Nico Bell Fiction [The Haunted Forest Tour] Blogger Support Feature

The very first second you click over to the homepage of Nico @ Nico Bell Fiction's blog, you're left with an incredibly eerie feeling. And, honestly, it's what you'd expect from a blog that focuses largely on darker fiction, the sort that fall into the horror and thriller categories. Now, that's not all that Nico…