Welcome to my stop on the TBR and Beyond Tours Book Tour for Into the Sublime by Kate A Boorman. Continuing my draw towards horrors, I saw this and knew I had to have it! Look at that creepy girl on the cover! I can’t wait to read it, but I feel like I need a good summer thunderstorm – although can I wait until then? or will my mood get me to pick it up sooner? You can see other content creator’s thoughts on Into the Sublime, just scroll to the bottom to see the tour schedule for links to their site.Continue reading “Book Tour: Into the Sublime by Kate A Boorman | Spotlight”
I find myself wanting to make recommendations lists from time to time, but don’t always have a specific post or reason in mind. With that thought in mind, I’d thought from time to time I’d do random recommendations. These recommendations could fit a theme of the month or genre’s I’ve been gravitating towards. I’ve done a couple now, Five Adult RomComs and Nine LGBTQIA+ Reads, and thought I’d quickly do another.
In May I read a lot of spooky middle grades – really a lot of horror that month because that’s just want I had been wanting to read. So with that in mind, in no particular order, here are five spooky middle grades that I’ve read recently that I’d recommend. Oh and a big thank you to Melanie from TBR and Beyond who has been feeding my spooky middle grade needs lol.Continue reading “Recommendations: Five Spooky Middle Grades”
Alright, this is the second last check-in if all is going to plan. Just this and then I was hoping to check in with the last year’s Top 5 Releases to see whether or not I’ve read any of them yet. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. If you want to see my previous Quarter 2 Check-ins you can see them here: 10 Bookish Goals, 2022 Most Anticipated, 22 Books in 2022, and Priority Series. Now let’s see if I’ve managed to get any further into these challenges these last few months.
I’m already dreading this check-in. I’m 99% sure that nothing has changed since last quarter, as far as my series are concerned. I have one I’m planning on reading this month, but I think that’s the only change (one I can’t even guarantee will happen lol). I’ve already looked at a couple of other goals from this year: 10 Bookish Goals, 2022 Most Anticipated & 22 Books in 2022.
Same break down as last time (see below in pink), but if I’ve read in in the 2nd quarter you’ll find Q2 in the square brackets too.
Same breakdown as last time: look for the update in square brackets [ ] to find out if I’ve read it or not. I’ll also include links to my review if I’ve written one OR just a star rating if I’ve read it but not reviewed.Continue reading “2022 Goals: Priority Series | Quarter 2 Check-in”
Welcome to my stop on the TBR and Beyond Tours Book Tour for Goth Girl, Queen of the Universe by Lindsay S Zrull. I have been wanting to pick this up since I first saw the cover! First off, the cover is my dream aesthetic, once I wish I could pull off lol. Second, I’m drawn to books with Goth on the title – I blame my teenage years lol. I can wait to finally pick this up! You can find links to other content creators, where you can find out their thoughts in the mean time.Continue reading “Book Tour: Goth Girl, Queen of the Universe by Lindsay S Zrull | Spotlight”
Welcome to my stop on the TBR and Beyond Tours Book Tour for Wind Daughter (Echo North #2) by Joanna Ruth Meyer. This companion novel sounds really good and has been compared to the Winternight Trilogy. Find out what others have thought by following the links below in the tour schedule.Continue reading “Book Tour: Wind Daughter (Echo North #2) by Joanna Ruth Meyer | Spotlight”
Time for the next Quarter 2 Check-in, this time to see if I’ve managed to make progress in the 22 books I HAD to read this year… to tell you the truth this and series are where I’m most nervous. If you want to know how I’m doing with other goals, you can find my Quarter 2 check-in’s so far: 10 Bookish Goals and 2022 Most Anticipated Reads. In the meantime, let’s dive back in and see if I’ve managed to read any of these just yet.Continue reading “2022 Goals: 22 Books in 2022 | Quarter 2 Check-in”
Welcome to my stop on the TBR and Beyond Tours Book Tour for A Perfect Mistake by Melanie Conklin. I’ve been hearing great things about this from others that has me all the more excited to pick this up! It sounds like a great mystery and we all know that I’ve been really into mysteries/thrillers/horrors lately. Plus I’m on the lookout for more neurodiversity rep books! You can find other content creator’s thoughts below in the tour and Instragram schedules.Continue reading “Book Tour: A Perfect Mistake by Melanie Conklin | Spotlight”
Welcome to my stop on the TBR and Beyond Tours Book Tour for We Made It All Up by Margot Harrison. This sounds like such a good thriller, one that I’m hoping to pick up in the summer. I admit the fact that the main character is moving from Canada has me all the more intrigued! Be sure to check out the tour schedule at the end of the post where you can find links to other content creator’s thoughts on the book.Continue reading “Book Tour: We Made It All Up by Margot Harrison | Spotlight”
Well, it turns out I missed this one entirely in Quarter 1, but at the same time I feel like most of these weren’t released at this time so maybe that was for the best. This will be part of the Quarterly Check-in series going forward: already looked at for Quarter 2 is 10 Bookish Goals, the rest are scheduled for the rest of July (one per week)..
So the plan here is to update you (and myself) on whether or not I’ve read my list of Most Anticipated for 2022. I only plan on updating UP TO what has been released to date, so nothing released after July 9th. Ideally, I will make a post looking back over every year, but that will take time – so in the eventual future. In the meantime, let’s see what I’ve read and what I haven’t. If I’ve read it, I’ll let you know when I read it, my rating, any other thoughts, and link to my review if I wrote one. Easy enough.Continue reading “Most Anticipated Reads of 2022 – Quarter 2 Check-in”