Roshani Chokshi's elegant writing transports you to a world where the threads of life are found within the tapestry under the stars. Wine Pairing The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi The beauty is in the stars in this book, and that is why I chose to pair this Luna Nuda Italia Prosecco with The Star-Touched Queen. … Continue reading Search the Constellations with The Star-Touched Queen
What would you do if the nerdy guy you'd never dare get to know comes back from summer break looking hotter than ever? Would you try to find out what his secrets are, while making sure yours aren't revealed? From someone who grew up keeping a low profile in high school, I found this book's … Continue reading Standalone Sunday: Anatomy of a Misfit
This list was fun to create, because I was reminded of some of the unique books I've read in various genres. From YA fantasy to contemporary, from standalones to series. I even added one non-YA book, because of it's originality. They are all unique in their own ways. I hope you enjoy this fun list, and … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: The Most Unique Books I’ve Read
Hello, everyone! This is my first Standalone Sunday post on the blog so I thought I'd feature a book that has been on my TBR List for months. This book was first introduced to me by a really good friend, and book club member, who says it is definitely a book everyone should read. From the … Continue reading Standalone Sunday: Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock
In case you don’t subscribe to Sarah J Maas’s fabulous Newsletter, which you should all go do immediately, you may not have heard that there is a new jewelry line out for her amazing, gorgeous, stunning series A Court of Thorns and Roses!!! The Jewelry is by Hebel Designs, and it is GORGEOUS! Rhys’s ring … Continue reading There is a New ACoTaR Jewelry Line!
Hello, denizens of Scion! (AKA fans of The Bone Season) In all of my excitement for the upcoming release of The Song Rising by Samantha Shannon, I’ve been re-reading The Bone Season novels, and recently read the On the Merits of Unnaturalness pamphlet by "Jaxon Hall" as well. In the pamphlet, I stumbled across a … Continue reading How to Become a Bibliomancer