Walls, by L. M. Elliott | blog tour & review

Hello!! I am so excited to be on the blog tour for Walls, by L M Elliott! Walls was released on the 27th, so you can go order your copies of this amazing book now! Anyways, I don’t have anything else to say, so I’m going to get right into the review!

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Feather Frost, by K. C. Simos | review

Hello! This post is coming a few days later than I’d planned it for, but I’ve had a lot of fun with the review!! Feather Frost is a wonderful book, and I’m excited to share my thoughts on it, so I’m going to get right into the review!

This review is spoiler free, for this book and the one before. You can read my review of the first book here!

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We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This, by Rachel Lynn Solomon | review

I haven’t written a full review in over a month, but I’m so excited for my review of We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This, by Rachel Lynn Solomon! It’s a really amazing book, and I loved reading it so much!! I don’t have anything else to write, so I’m going to get right into the review!!

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Why you should read The Henna Wars, by Adiba Jaigirdar

Hi!! I went camping with my family and some friends for a few days over the weekend, which was really fun. It was pretty foggy, and a little rainy for a lot of it, but I still had a really good time. It’s nice to be back home though, and I have a post that I’m very excited for today!

When I first read The Henna Wars, over a year ago, it immediately became one of my favorite books! The Henna Wars has amazing LGBTQ+ representation, and because it’s pride month, I thought I’d write a post on why I think you should read The Henna Wars, by Adiba Jaigirdar.

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Instructions for Dancing, by Nicola Yoon | arc review

Hello! I can’t believe that it’s already the last day of May, but I’m so excited for June. I’m going to finish 8th grade in a couple weeks (which means I’ll start high school in the fall, which I’m not at all ready for), and I’m really excited for summer. There are a ton of amazing books coming out in June, and I am incredibly lucky to have been able to read an advance copy of one, Instructions for Dancing, by Nicola Yoon. I read Nicola Yoon’s other two books years ago, and was thrilled to find out that there was another coming out! Instructions for Dancing is an really wonderful book, and I’m very excited to share my thoughts on it!

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Made in Korea, by Sarah Suk | review

Hello and happy Monday! I meant for this post to be a little earlier, but I’m just now having the time to finish it, so here it is! I’m so excited to share my thoughts on this book: I absolutely loved reading Made in Korea, by Sarah Suk. It’s a wonderful book, and I’m going to get right into the review!

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Five things I loved about An Ember in the Ashes, by Sabaa Tahir

I’ve had An Ember in the Ashes on my TBR for a very long time, and I only recently read it, but I loved it so much!! I can’t beleive it took me so long to get to it, but I’m so glad I did, because it is a really amazing book.

I don’t have much else to say for the introduction of this post, so I’m going to get right into what I loved about An Ember in the Ashes, by Sabaa Tahir!

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The Last Fallen Star, by Graci Kim | ARC review

Hello! I had some trouble uploading this review, but I’ve finally got it up, and I’m excited to share it with you all! The Last Fallen Star, by Graci Kim is a middle grade fantasy novel published by the Rick Riordan Presents imprint, and is an incredible book.

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Five Reasons Why You Should Read Aru Shah and the End of Time, by Roshani Chokshi

So I started writing this post in October, and kind of forgot about it until I was digging through my drafts and realized that I’d actually written most of it!

I haven’t ever done a post like this, but I’ve wanted to for a while. Hopefully I’ll have more recommendation posts, and lists like this of why you should read certain books.

Anyways, Aru Shah and the End of Time is the first in the five book Pandava series by Roshani Chokshi, published through the Rick Riordan Presents imprint. Roshani Chokshi is also the author of the Star-Touched Queen series, and the Gilded Wolves trilogy. The fourth book of the Pandava series, Aru Shah and the City of Gold comes out in just a couple days, and I am so excited! Anyways, here are five reasons why you should read Aru Shah and the End of Time, by Roshani Chokshi.

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Perfect on Paper, by Sophie Gonzales | a spoiler free review for an amazing book

Hello! Today I have a review for a book that I am very excited to review, and it’s one that I loved reading! Perfect on Paper is an amazing book, with a great plot and great diversity, and I’m really happy to be able to share my thoughts on it!

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