In Between Book Pages [Strange Grace] Blogger Support Feature

This week has felt fast and slow all at once. Where getting to Wednesday was one of the quickest pieces of this week, getting to Friday just felt monumentally painful to me. But finally, thankfully, we've reached Saturday and it's (for me at least, and hopefully for many of you) a three-day weekend! Which means lots…

Are You a Fan of The Nutcracker?

Okay, okay. It’s not Christmas yet. We still haven’t hit Halloween. I know. I feel your pain at least a little. But I got the ARC and I love this story, so I couldn’t help reading it. I mean, who wouldn’t freak out about a Nutcracker retelling when they love the original so much? It’s such…

It’s October, but I’m Already Reading Christmas Books

I was going to start this off with "before anyone gets annoyed," but I've realized that the title itself is definitely enough to entice annoyance out of me and therefore expect that it will have done so for many of you as well if you're like me and hate when people decide to skip holidays…

Dragon Pearl [Yoon Ha Lee]

At surface level, Dragon Pearl by Yoon Ha Lee is an amazing novel. It has some of the most amazing world building I've ever come across, the society and the history thoroughly intriguing. Those who live in this fantastical world of planets and society are increasingly fascinating in a number of ways. As many exist…

The Currently Reading and a Book Haul [with a little bit of NetGalley advice]

It has been a long time since I did a book haul post. I keep meaning to, especially since I started getting a book box, but somehow it always seems to just slip my mind. Well, there are a lot of books that should be included in this current post but I was simply too lazy…

Toxic [Lydia Kang]

Toxic by Lydia Kang is one of those books that I really wish I'd enjoyed, but just didn't. While the writing and the plot were excellent, the majority of the characters were annoying and underdeveloped. While they all had intricate and moving back stories and were certainly diverse, their own development throughout the course of the…