Monthly wrap-up: what I read in February 2021 and what March 2021 will bring (anticipated releases)

We're here again! February has left us for another eleven months and it is March...again. I know lots of you probably are still processing March 2020, but I honestly cannot wait for this month! Not only are there so many amazing books being released this month (which I'm talking about later), but after months of…

Interview with Auriane Desombre, author of I think I love you | a sapphic romcom set at a film festival? Say no more!

The best feeling in the world? Seeing the cutest cover and finding out it's sapphic is the only acceptable answer. Okay, maybe I'm exaggerating, but you must admit that it's a pretty good feeling! Discovering this book existed made me so happy though. One of my goals for 2021 is to read more light-hearted books,…

Let’s discuss: Why I love crying over books (and fiction in general) | crying while reading kinda became my brand

I'm gonna tell you something about me that most people think is weird: I love crying. I love the feeling of tears rolling down my face, the lump in my throat and even how it can physically hurt. Well, at least I love all of that when fiction makes me cry, not my own life.…

Book tour review: Wings of ebony (J. Elle) | one of the best written fantasies I’ve ever read

I feel like 2021 really is the year for amazing, diverse debuts. Some have already published, others are still highly anticipated releases. Either way, I'd almost dare to think that 2021 is going to be a great step for the YA publishing industry. Wings of ebony definitely adds to my already high hopes of things…

Review, interview and giveaway: This Golden Flame (Emily Victoria) | an action-packed scifi with an asexual main character!

For today’s blog tour post I had the amazing opportunity to read This Golden Flame and interview the author, Emily Victoria! It sounded like such an exciting (and needed) debut! Today I’ll tell you all about it! What is This Golden Flame about? AUTHOR: EMILY VICTORIAPUBLISHER: INKYARD PRESSRELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 2, 2021GENRE: YOUNG ADULT, FANTASY…

Book tour review: The Gilded Ones (Namina Forna) | the feminist YA fantasy I was craving!

Today it’s my turn in another blogtour! The Gilded Ones is a debut I’d been looking forward to for a while since the synopsis sounds amazing and feministic! I can’t tell you how excited I am to be sharing all you need to know about this YA fantasy with you! What is The Gilded Ones…

Monthly wrap-up: What I read in January 2021 and what February 2021 will bring (anticipated releases)

Long time no see! At least that's how it feels after a very long January in which I was pretty inactive, but that's okay! February arrived a few days ago so you know the drill: before we move on to the new month, let's take a look back at January, the first month of 2021!…

All about All the stars and teeth and All the tides of fate (Adalyn Grace) and why you should read them! | Time to reread for the 3rd time…but first I scream

There's only one more week left before one of my highly anticipated releases of 2021 is being published! All the tides of fate, the sequel to All the stars and teeth, by Adalyn Grace is the kind of book I'm both excited and terrified to read. The publisher is hosting a (re)readalong for the first…

Book tour review + Giveaway: Cast in firelight (Dana Swift) | the book I pre-ordered right after finishing it

Today it’s my spot in the booktour of Cast in firelight — the first instalment in a YA fantasy duology — by Dana Swift! I’m so excited to tell you all you need to know about this unique debut because it’s pretty epic! It releases tomorrow(!!) so you don’t want to miss out! Now, let’s…

Book tour review: Soul of cinder (Bree Barton) | the conclusion to the Heart of thorns trilogy

Today is my spot in the blogtour of Soul of Cinder by Bree Barton, the last instalment in the Heart of thorns trilogy! The first book, Heart of thorns, and the second one, Tears of frost, were already wild rides (read: I was screaming out loud and my heart beat was unhealthy). I was really…