Wherein me and Michaela let you in on their history with fantasy as well as give you some recommendations of favorite fantasy reads for all ages.
After Hogle’s debut was one of my top 5 novels of last year, the bar could not be higher for this one. Maybe … too high? Watch on to find out!
Don’t worry guys; in between all these presidents, I’m still reading a LOT of romance novels. The thing is that, sometimes, I don’t have anything interesting to say. That is not the case (I think) with this one – which at once was super cute but also set off some pet peeves of mine. Let me explain!
Wherein Gretchen and Michaela talk about the mini challenges they are plaining to use to help guide their buddy reads this year! We have been known in the past to use similar challenges to help us pick book club books and we also use them to help make sure that we are stepping out of our comfort zones and reading books that represent more than just our own experiences.
Wherein Gretchen and Michaela discuss the books they are guilty of ignoring all of 2020 and want to read at some point in 2021.
Did I really do it? Did I really read a YA book PLUS an ARC on time? I really, really did. I’m so proud! This book ripped out all my emotional insides and I give it four stars. Now, back to wallowing in my book hangover.
Because there are SO MANY BOOKS on my e-reader that I’ve forgotten about, this will literally just be a list of books I’ve gotten and left unread in an attempt to shame myself into reading them. This has been weighing really heavily on me, so hopefully this is the push I need to get this done!
Yeehaw, here we go again! Ep. 4 of my reading challenge log gets us from the first Roosevelt to Calvin Coolidge, minus Warren. G. Harding. Sorry, Warren!
This time around, I review a single romance novel instead of, um, 90. This is one of my top 5 books this year and certainly top funniest book I’ve read so far. There are spoilers as far as this is a romance novel and it follows the entirely predictable HOA ending.