It is time for Top Ten Tuesday (as always hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) and once again I am changing the topic. I tend to remember why I add books to my tbr so that didn’t seem like an interesting prompt for me. Instead I am going to share some of my favorite SFF… Continue reading Some of My Favorite SFF LGBTQ+ Books| #TopTenTuesday 241 | #PrideMonth
We are already in February and I decided to continue doing Best of the Bunch for another year. It is fun to see what I picked as my favorites for each month and how that held up to my overall statistics. And just sharing my favorites an extra time in a seperate post feels good… Continue reading Best of the Bunch // January 2020
August was a hard month as I shared in my wrap up. Also hard for reading. I think it has been a while since I read only 8 books and with that a few novella’s. I hope that September will be better but I can tell you that so far, that is a big old… Continue reading Best of the Bunch // August 2019
Back in May we had a prompt for top ten tuesday (as always hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) where we would pick our favorites per release year. I felt that was hard and just did it per year I read them in for the last 10 years. But Jolien from The Fictional Reader rightly… Continue reading Favorite Books Per Release Year / 2000 Up to 2018 / #toptentuesday 198
There were no 5 star reads for me this month. This doesn’t mean that it wasn’t a good reading month. In the end I did read 11 books in total. But nothing was quite as stand out to be 5 stars. Still, there were some favorites. Best of the Bunch is a monthly meme created… Continue reading Best of the Bunch // May 2019
Time to pick out the best of the bunch for February 2019!
Something new on the blog in the new year is Best of the Bunch. It is a monthly link up hosted by A Cocoon of Books where you share your favorites of the month and then pick your ultimate favorite of that month. As I was browsing around some of the reoccurring memes and came… Continue reading Best of the Bunch // January 2019
Second book syndrome is something we all dread. But sometimes there are second books that do what they should be doing and more…