The Belles: beautiful, haunting and magical "I AM A BELLE. I CONTROL BEAUTY. In the opulent world of Orléans, the people are born grey and damned, and only a Belle's powers can make them beautiful. Camellia Beauregard wants to be the favourite Belle - the one chosen by the queen to tend to the royal family. … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: The Belles
Good afternoon! Sorry I'm late posting my #SixforSunday today! I'm not sure where my scheduled post disappeared to! It is most certainly a mystery! Today's theme is: Diverse books The list includes books I have read, are on my TBR and books I am yet to buy, but am so ready to! The Hate U … Continue reading S4S – Diverse books
Thank you so much to Kelly from Kelly's Ramblings for tagging me in the 'Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag' (I know, it's not the middle of the year, but shush!) I'll share MG and YA books, if I can think of one each! 1. The Best Book of the Year So Far… YA: The Scarecrow Queen … Continue reading The Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag
Guten morgen!It's Sunday again. Where did last week go? I can't believe these weeks are FLYING over. It's Sunday therefore it's Diverse booksRadio Silence: Alice OsemanLovers Dictionary: David LevithanA Change Is Gonna Come: various authorsEleanor and Park: Rainbow RowellThe State of Grace: Rachael LucasA Quiet Kind of Thunder: Sara BarnardAs you can see diverse, to me, … Continue reading S4S: Diverse books
The Names They Gave Us: filled with faith, tears and friendship "Everything is going right for Lucy Hansson, until her mom’s cancer reappears. Just like that, Lucy breaks with all the constants in her life: her do-good boyfriend, her steady faith, even her longtime summer church camp job. Instead, Lucy lands at a camp for … Continue reading BOOKBLOG: Emery Lord
Juniper Lemon's Happiness Index: a gorgeous tale of love and memory "It’s been sixty-five days since the accident that killed Juniper’s sister, and ripped Juniper’s world apart. Then she finds the love letter: written by Camilla on the day of the accident, addressed mysteriously to “You,” but never sent. Desperate to learn You’s identity and … Continue reading BOOKBLOG: Julie Israel
PHEW. WE HAVE COME TO THE END OF MARCH. What. How. When did that happen. (I realise it was when the past 30 days passed but whatever!) As it is the end of March, here we are with our round up of the month! Books I acquired: Goodly and Grave - Justine Windsor* How To … Continue reading March books!
Caraval: magical, beautifully written, well crafted. "Welcome to Caraval, where nothing is quite what it seems. Scarlett has never left the tiny isle of Trisda, pining from afar for the wonder of Caraval, a once-a-year, week-long performance where the audience participates in the show. Caraval is magic, mystery adventure and for Scarlett and her beloved … Continue reading BOOKBLOG: Stephanie Garber