The Passalong Pages Project [An Introduction]

I was really going to wait until December, I really was. But I’m certainly not the sort who has ever been known for having patience. Some while ago—I can’t precisely recall the date and I’m far too lazy to look it up—I mentioned that I had a bookish project in the works which I wanted…

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New Logo!

So here's a crazy thing that I frankly never thought would happen. I'm getting a new (and legitimate because it's gonna have color!) logo for the blog! It's kind of a little insane cause my art skills literally only apply when it comes down to me drawing what basically accounts to black and white pencil…

The Fox Girl and the White Gazelle [Victoria Williamson]

The Fox Girl and the White Gazelle is one of those books that really makes you think. Victoria Williamson has done an absolutely fantastic job capturing the lives and the stories of these two young girls; Reema, a refugee from Syria, and Caylin, the daughter of an impoverished alcoholic who responds to her struggles by…

Love Spell [Mia Kerick]

There was a lot about Love Spell that I simply didn’t find myself clicking with. On the surface, the book sounded amazing. From the exploration of gender fluidity, to the blossoming romance between Chance and Jasper, and the marvelous inclusion of a Miss Harvest Moon title that Chance so obviously wins. But when you delve…

The Revolution of Jack Frost [K. M. Robinson]

I had a rough time with The Revolution of Jack Frost by K. M. Robinson. While, admittedly, the premise sounded pretty fantastic when it came down to the story itself I found that the mere act of getting into the novel alone was massively difficult. I regularly found myself putting off reading this one due…

Clairefy [One Dark Throne] Blogger Support Feature

I’m certain, right now, that I may have stumbled upon perhaps the most aesthetically pleasing blog in existence today. I don’t know what it is about Claire’s blog @Clairefy that I find so utterly captivating, but this girl is definitely doing something right because I was utterly blown away. I suppose this might play into…

Taken Away [Cyn Bermudez]

I genuinely feel very torn about Taken Away by Cyn Bermudez. I think this comes down to two things. The book was very short and it was written in e-mail/letter format. Now, I’m not against epistolary novels, but something about this one didn’t really click with me for some reason. Taken Away follows the story of two…