Another month down. God, pretty soon we’ll be at the end of another year.
Uhhh, please don’t tell me I’ll have to do a yearly wrap up…
Anyway, here are my July and August wrap ups in case you want a blast from the past 🙂
Insane to me that I’ve had this blog since June…Just unreal! It’s grown so much too. Thank you all so much for the constant support and reading my ramblings. You have no idea how much it means to me. I look forward to reading your comments daily and writing this 🙂 you make my day and have made my year. Thank you all so very very much.
LET’S DO THIS
- ARC Review: The Widow of Rose House by Diana Biller – a somewhat gothic tale w lots of sexy time 💜💜💜 3.5/5
- ARC Review: The Accidental Life Swap by Jennifer Joyce – a really cute and hilarious chick lit. extra bonus: donkeys 💜💜💜💜 4/5
- ARC Review: Malamander by Thomas Taylor, Tom Booth (Illustrations) – A fantastic middle grade fantasy about a sea creature that may or may not exist 💜💜💜 💜 💜 5/5
- ARC Review: Nothing Hidden Ever Stays by H.R. Mason – This started off strong but puttered pretty quickly 💜💜 2/5
- ARC Review: The Missing Sister by Elle Marr – A riveting thriller about a dead twin who isn’t dead after all. A must read for 2020. 💜💜💜 💜 💜 5/5
- ARC Review: The Unsuitable by Molly Pohlig – Unsettling and shocking, this gothic Victorian will have you flinching. 💜💜💜 3.5/5
- Lightning Fast Reviews 3.0 – A compilation of some ARCS
- ARC Review: Trace of Evil (Natalie Lockhart #1) by Alice Blanchard – A detective story wrapped up in a small town history and witchcraft 💜💜💜💜 4/5
- ARC Review: The Shrike & the Shadows by Chantal Gadoury and A.M. Wright – A disappointing retelling of Hansel and Gretel with some eyebrow raising sex scenes 💜💜 2/5
- ARC Review: Oona Out of Order by Margarita Montimore – Doctor Who WHOMST? Oona travels to a different age every year. Funny and fun. 💜💜💜💜 4/5
- DRC Review: The Aosawa Murders by Riku Onda, Alison Watts (Translator) – A Japanese murder mystery with an unlikely suspect – 💜💜💜 💜 4/5
- DRC Review: Eight Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson – Death comes in threes…but EIGHTS?? 💜💜💜 💜 4/5
- DRC Review: Ivory Apples by Lisa Goldstein – The antagonist is why stepmothers get a bad name. 💜💜💜 💜 4/5
- Book Review: Jamie Quinn Mystery Collection 1-3 by Barbara Venkataraman – A quirky cozy mystery series about a lawyer who plays detective often 💜💜💜 3/5
- Book Review: House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig – A must read gothic fairy tale. Sisters are dying one by one by one… 💜💜💜 💜 💜 5/5
- Book Review: Dead Letters by Caite Dolan-Leach – Your sister is dead. Or is she? Let’s play one last game of hide and seek. 💜💜💜 💜 4/5
- Manga Review: Uzumaki by Junji Ito – This is a town you would never want to get caught in. 💜💜💜 💜 💜 5/5
- Book Review: They All Fall Down by Roxanne St. Claire – A lackluster horror novel with a hilarious end 💜 1/5
- Book Review: Dead Voices by Katherine Arden – Stunning sequel to Katherine Arden’s Small Spaces. Spooky and full of death. 💜💜💜 💜 4/5 Who said the dead can’t talk?
- Book Review: It’s Not Like It’s a Secret by Misa Sugiura – A lovely young adult LGBT novel that is a must read. 💜💜💜 💜 4/5
- Book Review: All the Bad Apples by Moïra Fowley-Doyle – A cursed family haunted by banshees and the smell of apples 💜💜💜 💜 💜 5/5
- Book Review: Rules For Vanishing by Kate Alice Marshall – The Blair Witch Project meets Oxenfree. Scary as hell. 💜💜💜 💜 💜 5/5
- Juliet’s Corner: Are You Ready to Play Outside by Mo Willems
- Juliet’s Corner: Wow! Weather by Paul Deanno and Toby Mike
- Juliet’s Corner: Mary Had a Little Glam by Tammi Sauer, Vanessa Brantley-Newton (Illustrations)
- Juliet’s Corner: Uni the Unicorn (Uni the Unicorn #1) by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, Brigette Barrager (Illustrator)
Series of the Week
- Series of the Week: Clue by A.E. Parker (Creator), Eric Weiner
- Series of the Week: Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer
- Series of the Week: Amelia Gray The Graveyard Queen
- Series of the Week: Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead
- I hit 80% on Netgalley!!!
- Gained 200 followers on this blog hell fucking yeah baby!
- :O I also hit 300 followers in the same month
- My amazing friend Britt drew me for my blog and my other friend Jess made my gorgeous banner!
- I launched my biweekly newsletter 🙂
- I met so many amazing people like YOU on this blog and I have so much fun interacting with you daily. I suffer from severe depression and anxiety and it gets worse during the fall and winter and you have no idea how much you help. I want to thank you all so much for your support. Thank you, thank you, thank you. October is my favorite month. It’s spooky, bewitching, and also my birthdaaay. I’m turning 30 and I’m excited and scared. It’s life though and I have made it this far. Above all…
Let’s turn up