Holy crap. This book had me hooked and wanting more from start to finish! This has two separate POVs in different times: Beth in the 1980s and Clara in 2017. The book opens with Beth’s perspective, and she is the mother of a young, very dangerous and disturbed girl. Her POV was so incredibly disturbing and gave me the chills! Then in Clara’s perspective, her boyfriend Luke has gone missing and she… Read More
Blogging has been really super difficult lately because my laptop isn’t working and I’ve been trying to write blog posts on my phone, which is NOT FUN. But I’m finally getting around to writing up my 2019 reading goals!
I finished my first book of 2019 and man oh man, was it fantastic! I am so happy that I decided to go outside my comfort zone and try this book, since even though I love Brandon Sanderson and his writing, I’ve never actually read a sci-fi before. But I am happy to say that after reading this, I think I’ll try even more sci-fi!
The other day I posted my top 10 of 2018, which of course means that I now have to talk about my 10 worst books of 2018! These posts are my favorites to read, so if you have done some yourself, leave a link in the comments so I can check it out! For this post, there isn’t any real order to the books with the exception of the first two, which… Read More
It’s getting closer and closer to Christmas, so today I wanted to talk about my family’s Christmas traditions and hear about yours! Maybe we do some of the same things!
I had a lot of fun doing Blogtober back in October, but it really wore me out and put me into a blogging slump of sorts. But because I enjoyed it so much, I knew that I wanted to participate in Blogmas but I wasn’t really keen on doing the entire month of December. Then I decided to do 12 days of Blogmas, sort of like the 12 Days of Christmas! That… Read More
I finally did it. I read and loved a Laini Taylor book! I honestly never thought that I would love any of her works, not because of the plots or characters, but because I’m not the biggest fan of flowery writing and everything I’ve seen everywhere made me a little afraid to pick anything up.