*Serious Moonlight by Jenn Bennett* Just started reading my second Jenn Bennett book this afternoon. Nothing I can really tell since I’m only in the second chapter but I’ll let you know how I feel about this book half way through. Plot of the book seems fun though! 2. The Cascadia was a five-story historic… Continue reading #nowreading [September 30, 2019]
*The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen* Having read mixed reviews on this book somehow makes it more intriguing for me. I’ve managed to get around several chapters last night but I’m yet to get absorbed by this book. Chapter Nine Nellie bent over the toilet, her stomach heaving, then slumped down… Continue reading #nowreading [August 29, 2019]
*Pillow Thoughts II by Courtney Peppernell* I picked up this book literally just now and having loved the first book, I’m excited to finish this one. It’s also been a while since I last read a poetry collection, or any book for that matter, so let’s get around this now.
*A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer* I’m still reading ACSDaL and so far I’m loving it! Exciting turn of events and I’m eager to find out what will happen next especially now that Rhen is trying to protect his kingdom. Will probably sit through this tonight and hopefully I finish in… Continue reading #nowreading [June 21,2019]
*A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer* Chapter 3: Rhen Sunlight gilds the fixtures in my siting room, throwing shadows along the hand-sewn tapestries and the velvet chairs my parents once occupied. Sometimes, if I sit here long enough, I can imagine their presence. I can hear my father’s brusque voice, full of… Continue reading #nowreading [May 9, 2019]
*Boys of Brayshaw High by Meagan Brandy* Chapter 3 The school officials didn’t allow me into my normal classes today, making me sit trhough some mandatory behavior and ‘how to avoid confrontation’ videos instead. They even arranged for a cafeteria plate to be brought in – guess they read my file, too. I did, however,… Continue reading #nowreading [March 19, 2019]
*A Reaper at the Gates by Sabaa Tahir* XII: Elias Though the sun hasn’t yet set, the Tribal encampment is quiet when I approach. The cook fires are doused, the horses sheltered beneath a canvas tarp. The red-and-yellow-painted wagons are sealed tight against the driving late spring rain. Wan lamplight flickers within. I move slowly,… Continue reading #nowreading [February 26, 2019]