New month, same me. I’m always building tall possibility stacks because I love having options. This month I’m excited to read a little bit of everything! I’ve got fantasy, science fiction, dystopian, true crime, and of course crime fiction in my stack! I’ve been reading through 4 books since the month kicked off: The Dark … Continue reading February TBR!
The time has finally come! No surprise to anyone, I couldn't narrow down my favorite reads to a top ten. I present you with my top 15 reads and my 10 honorable mentions! I should also point out I won't be ranking these because that's way too hard! Instead, I'll give you my top 3 … Continue reading Favorite 2020 Reads
I’m not going to lie to you all...I struggled a lot deciding what to put in my to maybe read pile for September. I’m still feeling some summery thrillers, but I’m also itching for more dystopian reads. Basically I wanted to read everything and this is what I came up with! I’m definitely … Continue reading September TBR!
I feel like I say this every single month, but where the heck did July go? How is it already August? How are we still living in a pandemic? Deep breaths...think of Fall! This is my new mantra, along with plans to read some amazing sounding books! I've yet again created a massive list of … Continue reading August TBR!
I feel like I blinked and June ended! While I didn't get as many books read as I wanted, I was really happy with those I did select. July seems to be the month for me where ARCs have snuck up on me and my entire month is filled with amazing upcoming releases! I want … Continue reading July TBR!
Read: The Half Sister by Sandie Jones My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite Eden by Tim Lebbon The Waiting Rooms by Eve Smith The Request by David Bell The Last Flight by Julie Clark The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett (🎧) If It Bleeds by Stephen King Parable of the Sower by Octavia E. … Continue reading June Wrap Up
PARABLE OF THE SOWER | Octavia E. Butler (Earthseed #1) 04.30.2019 (First published 10.1993) | Grand Central Publishing Rating: 5/5 stars The early 2020’s have arrived, bringing with them global climate change, economic crises, and social chaos. California has become a world of dangers filled with masses of vagabonds who will do anything to survive … Continue reading Book Review: Parable of the Sower