WWW Wednesday 58

Hello, and happy Wednesday! This afternoon has been very exciting for me because Rick Riordan’s next book was announced: we’re getting a standalone novel about Nico DiAngelo and Will Solace in 2023, and I could not be more excited!! I’ve been hoping for a book about Nico for so long, and I’m so excited that it’s going to be a reality!

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking On a World of Words, and how it works is each week I answer three questions about my the books I’ve read, finished reading and want to read next.

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Anticipated releases: October 2021

Hello! I’m really excited to share today’s post with you all: my most anticipated releases of October 2021! There are a ton of amazing books coming out this month, and here are six I cannot wait to read!!

I’ve been waiting for Daughter of the Deep for months, and I’m so so excited to read Rick Riordan’s newest book. I’ve heard amazing things about both Vespertine and Jade Fire Gold from so many people, and I know that I’m going to love both of the books. And the rest seem equally amazing, so here is what they’re all about.

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Cold-Blooded Myrtle, by Elizabeth C. Bunce | a spoiler-free review for a thrilling mystery

Hello! Today was a long day at school, but I don’t have too much homework so I was able to finish up this review!! A few months ago, Algonquin Young Readers sent me an advance copy of Cold-Blooded Myrtle, the third book in the Myrtle Hardcastle mysteries series, and I was so excited to read it!! This amazing middle-grade historical mystery comes out tomorrow, and I thought it was the perfect time to share my thoughts on the book with you all.

This review does not have spoilers for any of the books in the series, so you’ll be safe reading on, no matter now many of the books you’ve read. And with that, I’m going to dive into this review!

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Let’s Talk Bookish: Series vs. Standalones

Hello and happy Saturday! This week’s LTB post is a day late, but since I like doing wrap ups on the 1st of the month if possible, I decided to push this week’s post a bit back.

This week’s topic is one that I’m actually really excited about: series vs. standalones (suggested by M.T. Wilson @ Last book on the left) I don’t really know if there is one that I prefer, but I’m excited to see what thoughts I have on this topic.

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly discussion post created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and is hosted by Rukky and Dani @ A Literary Lion! For this week’s topic, I’m going to talk about my thoughts on standalone books and series, and what I prefer!!

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September 2021 wrap up and October goals

Hello, and happy Friday!! It’s October, which is my favorite month of the year for many reasons: it’s fall, the leaves are changing, and it overall is beautiful outside. Halloween of course happens, and October is also… my birthday month!!

I somehow turn fifteen in just over two weeks, which is crazy to me. This past year has really gone by so fast. And so has this month. I’m going to go from here into my wrap up of September, and my goals for October.

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WWW Wednesday 57

Hello, and happy Wednesday! We’re just a couple days away from October, which is crazy and a little scary to me as well. We’re so far through the year, and I don’t know how it’s already October. My birthday is just a couple weeks away, which I’m excited for but also is so, so soon.

Anyways, I have a quick little reading update to share with you. I haven’t had too much time to read this past week, but I finished one book and started a couple others so I’m just going to dive straight into the post.

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking On a World of Words, and how it works is each week I answer three questions about my the books I’ve read, finished reading and want to read next.

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A Psalm for the Wild Built, by Becky Chambers | a beautifully written hopeful novel about friendship and the future

Hello! I hope you’ve all had a lovely weekend. I recently read A Psalm for the Wild Built, by Becky Chambers which I absolutely loved, and I’m so excited to share my thoughts on it. It’s quite different from what I usually read, and this review is the first I’ve done for a book that wasn’t a review copy, but I really wanted to write this review, so here we are!!

I don’t have much to say in this intro, so I’m going to dive into my thoughts on this amazing book!

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Let’s Talk Bookish: Prologues and Epilogues

Hello, and happy Friday!! This week’s been really busy, as my second full week of the school year, but overall it’s been pretty good. I’ve read an okay amount, though I’ll hopefully have more time to over the weekend. Today I actually had my library volunteer orientation, which was so exciting! I also went to my high school’s writing club today at lunch. This was the second meeting, and it was so fun!! We had a prompt and wrote short stories, and I really like how mine turned out. I might try sharing it, or one of my other short stories here sometime. I wrote a lot over the summer, a few that I’m pretty proud of!!

Anyways, this week’s LTB topic is a choose your own adventure, so I decided to go back to a pretty old topic, one that I started to write back in July, and then just let sit in my drafts for a couple months. The topic I’m going to be doing today is: prologues vs. epilogues: are they necessary? (suggested by Fives @ Down the Rabbit Hole))

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly discussion post created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and is hosted by Rukky and Dani @ A Literary Lion! For this week’s topic, I’m going to talk about my thoughts on prologues and epilogues in books!!

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WWW Wednesday 56

Hello, and happy Wednesday!! This past week has been pretty busy for me, with school and dance and even more school, so I’ve had very little time to read and even less time to write. I’m excited to chat a little about the books I’m currently reading, and the book I finished this week, so I’m going to get right into the post!

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking On a World of Words, and how it works is each week I answer three questions about my the books I’ve read, finished reading and want to read next.

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11 books with bisexual representation for bi visibility week!

Hello, and happy Tuesday! As you may or may not have known, we are coming close to the end of bi visibility week, with bisexual visibility day on Thursday the 23rd.

To celebrate that, I’ve made a post of eleven books with amazing bi rep!! I have fantasy, contemporary, and more, and I’m so excited to share these eleven books that all mean the world to me. So, let’s get into the post!!

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