I'm starting a book tag! If you've seen Wonder Woman recently, then I'm sure this topic is as fresh on your mind as it is on mine, but I believe VERY passionately that it is so important for everyone to see examples of strong women in books, television, and movies. There are so many ways in … Continue reading Fight Like a YA Girl Book Tag!
I first saw this book tag when I got a notification in my inbox that there was a new post by Book Princess Reviews, and I instantly fell in love. Then Krysti asked me if I would like to participate in the tag this month as one of my featured posts. How could I pass … Continue reading The Princess Book Tag
The Song Rising is definitely one of my most anticipated books of 2017, so I'm excited to see she's going on tour and REALLY excited to see she has some U.S. stops as well. I'm really going to try to go to the Tucson Festival of Books to meet Shannon and some other FABULOUS authors. Fingers crossed! I absolutely ADORED … Continue reading Samantha Shannon’s The Song Rising Tour
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
Overall Impression: What a thrilling introduction to the world of the infamous Seven Seals. Not only do we get to see more of what life was like for Paige while working under Jax, we also get to go on a high-stakes chase through London after a pair of poltergeists. One thing I LOVE about The Bone Season series … Continue reading Fact Meets Breathtaking Fiction in The Pale Dreamer Novella
Wine Pairing: I strongly recommend a large glass of Madeira to sip on while reading Shannon’s highly anticipated third novel in The Bone Season series. After all, a wine pairing for this book needs to be as strong and complex as the character of Paige Mahoney herself. This book is a bit shorter than the … Continue reading The Song Rising Worth the Wait