Massive School Book Haul + Mini Reviews

Interested in what I read for school last year? Here are all my physical books, and some mini reviews of the ones you might not know about!

I have no idea what happened when I uploaded this, but the off audio will stop around the 1 minute mark so hang in there!

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A Court of Frost and Starlight Mini Review + Life Update

Somehow, I try to review a book that isn’t really a book. Also, I check in with where I’ve been and what’s going on now. I’m also going to be posting more to the blog, since there are a lot of videos I’ve failed to put up here because even just getting videos made has been a struggle. Grad school + working full time is hard, guys. I’m trying.

ARC Review: Mask of Shadows by Lindsey Miller

I wanted this to be so good. I really did. But then it just … wasn’t. I ended up giving it 2 stars and 1 really impassioned review because I thought it had so much potential and then it never lived up to it.

Review: Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

I did it! I finally did it! Here’s my review of Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. I have a loooot of really strong feelings, though it is spoiler free so if you’ve read it and want to chat hit me up in the comments!

Betwixt the Books Recommends: Beachy Reads

Wherein Michaela and Gretchen discuss a handfull of books that they feel are great books to bring to the BEACH or just generally read during those hot summer months.

A Huge Book Haul and a Life Update in One!

I thought I could do a little book haul for this week, but it turns out I’ve acquired a looooot more books than I originally thought. Also, at the end there is a little life update for you guys about my most recent crazy life adventures and why I’ve got a new background to my videos. Remember to leave a comment and tell me what to read next!

Review: “Caraval” by Stephanie Garber

I’M BACK! It literally took me three tries to edit this and get it to export, so the editing isn’t a shiny as it maybe could be because I was really getting tired of the exercise. Perhaps that is fitting, as this book isn’t quite as shiny as it looks either, but it does look VERY, VERY cool.