Book Tour: Lord of the Fly Fest by Goldy Moldavsky | Author Interview

Welcome to my stop on the TBR and Beyond Tours Book Tour for Lord of the Fly Fest by Goldy Moldavsky. Y’all, this cover! I swear this is my aesthetics! Just beautiful! The synopsis had it solidified that I would 100% be reading this one and I can’t wait! I was lucky enough to get an interview with Goldy and I love her answers, in fact, I think we need to be friends lol! Thank you to Goldy for the interview and great answers!

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ARC Review: Hell Followed With Us by Andrew Joseph White

Title: Hell Followed With Us
Author: Andrew Joseph White
Publisher: Peachtree Teen
Release Date: June 7th, 2022
Page Length: 416
Genre: Horror | Fantasy
Age Range: YA
Rep: Autistic, Nonbinary, Transgender, Queer, Gay
Rating: 3.5⭐

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Goodreads Synopsis:

Prepare to die. His kingdom is near.

Sixteen-year-old trans boy Benji is on the run from the cult that raised him—the fundamentalist sect that unleashed Armageddon and decimated the world’s population. Desperately, he searches for a place where the cult can’t get their hands on him, or more importantly, on the bioweapon they infected him with.

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Top 5 Wednesday: Used Books

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly book meme created by Samantha and Lainey. Each Wednesday there is a new topic where you can discuss your Top 5 in relation to that topic.

Want to be a part of T5W? You can join the group on Goodreads and see each weekly topic here.

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Recommendations: Five Amateur Sleuth with Social Platforms

I seem to be on a roll: Five Adult RomComs, Nine LGBTQIA+ Reads, & Five Spooky Middle Grades. Now I’m back to recommend another five books. This time the title was a little harder to come up with lol. I wanted to recommend five books that followed amateur sleuths with some kind of social media platform: YouTube, PodCast, Blogs.

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Book Tour: These Fleeting Shadows by Kate Alice Marshall | Spotlight

Welcome to my stop on the TBR and Beyond Tours Book Tour for These Fleeting Shadows by Kate Alice Marshall. I’m hoping this month to binge the three books I have of Kate’s and hoping to review them, so stay tuned for that. Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom to see the tour schedule for other content creators.

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Book Tour: The Honeys by Ryan La Sala | Review

Welcome to my stop on the Turn the Page Tours Book Tour for The Honeys by Ryan La Sala. This sounded so intriguing when they originally announced the tour and, with me venturing into Horrors/Thrillers, I couldn’t pass up a chance to read it. You can find out my thoughts below, along with the other content creator’s on the tour – the tour schedule can be found at the end of the post.

Thank you to Turn the Page Tours, Ryan La Sala and Scholastic Press for providing me with an eARC for this review.

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Book Tour: Into the Sublime by Kate A Boorman | Spotlight

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.

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Recommendations: Five Spooky Middle Grades

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.

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Review: Hidden Pictures by Jason Rekulak

Title: Hidden Pictures
Author: Jason Rekulak
Publisher: Flatrion Books
Release Date: May 10th, 2022
Page Length: 373
Genre: Horror | Thriller
Age Range: Adult
Rating: 4.5⭐

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Goodreads Synopsis: From Jason Rekulak, Edgar-nominated author of The Impossible Fortress, comes a wildly inventive spin on the classic horror story in Hidden Pictures, a creepy and warm-hearted mystery about a woman working as a nanny for a young boy with strange and disturbing secrets.

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2022 Summer TBR

Time for a little TBR update. I really haven’t been making a true TBR over the last few months. I’ve mostly put a list of random books that I may want to read that month, grab the audiobooks I need to borrow, and then pick up what I feel like – from the list or just a random one. So instead of making a TBR post like that (silly and time consuming) I figured I’d give a list of nine books that I’m hoping to read in July/August. These may be on here because of a buddy read, group read, ARC, or just feeling like I might be in the mood.

So in no real order, here are the books I’m hoping to read and a couple of reasons why.

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