I guess you could say March was Leigh Bardugo month when it comes to my reading. I actually think I started reading most of them in February, but then I finished most of them in March so… Maybe both months weird Bardugo month? I LOVE these books, you guys! I’d never read the Grisha books before but I’m so glad I did! I did also pick up some other books, of course. Here’s what I read in March.
Are you getting familiar with the International Bookworms meme yet? I hope you are because we’re back with a new prompt and it’s just so exciting! Today’s all about the life of international book bloggers. I already cannot wait to read everyone’s post because this is such a wide topic and you can go in so many directions with this one! But first, let’s get into my own post. Don’t forget to link up your own post, by the way! Read more
In March 2016, I bought my first Harry Potter book on a whim. In January, nearly two years later, I started reading the last one. I grew up with the movies and loved them but I had never read the books before. It was such a wonderful journey, and I decided to dedicate a blog post to it. I haven’t actually finished the final book yet because I had to prioritise some other books for blogging and such. This post is not really about finishing Deathly Hallows and the series, though. It’s about my experience reading this books over the last two years. Read more
When I found out Sophie @ Books Like Wolves tagged me to do the Muffin Book Tag, I literally squealed! A MUFFIN BOOK tag?! Yes, please! Not only did I get to answer fun bookish, muffin-related questions, I also decided to bake some muffins for the photos! Basically, today was a muffin kind of day. Anyway, let’s get into the questions and – of course – my answers! Read more
If it’s a faerie book, I have to pick it up. I am obsessed and need them all, pretty much. When The Cruel Prince was released, it was everywhere. I couldn’t go on Twitter without seeing something on this book. I was never really interested (although it IS a faerie book! Shame on me!), but then the hype made me do it and when I went to Rotterdam in January, I decided to pick it up! But… Did I read the same book as everyone else?
Do you ever find a book that totally doesn’t seem like your thing, but then you’re thinking more about it and it’s like “holy frickamoly, I actually really love this?!” Because that’s what happened with me and Ace of Shades by Amanda Foody. This one had been on my radar for a while, but I only got really excited about it recently and now I just can’t wait for it to come out! Read more
The Rogue Queen is the third book in the Hundredth Queen series by Emily R. King. It’s a series I didn’t really like at first but grew to like over the course of the second book. When I requested the book on Netgalley, I had no clue whether or not I’d like it at all! I usually don’t request books if I feel about them this way, but I decided to give it a shot and I’m glad I did. I’m not super in love with the story, but it was a nice read anyway. As always, my review is completely spoiler free! Read more
The International Bookworms meme was created by me at the beginning of this year to support and connect international bloggers. It’s a biweekly linkup meme with a different prompt each week, and I’m so excited about this week! It’s all about sharing the love of our favourite international bookish people and obviously, I’ve linked to some of my favourite book blogs! Read more
WOW-WEE, you guys! Prepare yourself for what might actually be the longest Behind the Books post I’ve ever done… Sorry?! Anyway, I have so much to catch you guys up on, and I’ve hauled a record amount of books (for my doing) so, obviously, I need to share! Make yourself a cup of your favourite drink, get comfortable and enjoy reading my personal update! Read more
Remember when I did a Waiting on Wednesday post on Reign of the Fallen by Sarah Glenn Marsh? I was just so excited about this book! I mean, the main character is a necromancer and there’s #OwnVoices bisexual rep. How cool is that?! Way before I even got my Audible credit, I knew what I’d be spending it on. I listened to the audiobook and I loved it a whole lot. Anyway, let’s get on with the review, it feels way overdue already!