I read more in February than I expected and most were solid reads, including a few new favorites. Not only did I manage to read more than I planned, for the first time, I also knocked out my TBR list! There were six books on my TBR; I read all six — plus more! Out […]
Storm of the East interweaves the narrative of two offspring of people in power who are thrust into situations. Two people who could have been friends and lovers on opposite sides of a war. Filled with court politics and military strategy, Storm from the East is an excellent follow-up to Hathaway’s debut. Thank you for […]
Ink in the Blood is a complex and unique exploration of faith, morality, and freedom. It follows Celia and Anya, two sixteen-year-old inkling in the service of the Profeta who seeks to escape the insidious religious institution she serves by joining a traveling theatre group. Yet in doing so, she finds herself in the hands of those she sought to escape from.
Now that I have gotten back into the pace of balancing classes with work, I think I’ll have a more productive and relaxing reading month. There’s not much going on in my life outside of that and for once, I’m glad life is simple. With that in mind, my goal for this month is to […]
January was a slower reading month than I expected. I may have underestimated the workload of classes. If I’m being honest, though, the first month of any year is usually a slow one for me. Maybe I’ll learn to aim low and up the bar throughout the year. There were eight books on my TBR; […]
The oasis saved them. But who will save them from the oasis?
Update 4/1/20: I have removed Girl, Serpent, Thorn by Melissa Bashardoust from this list due to a change in publication date; it was replaced by I’ll be the One by Lyla Lee. I managed to narrow down this list from the dozens of books on my Goodreads TBR. There are just sooo many interesting books coming […]