Book Aesthetic & Blog Tour. The Never Tilting World

Saturday, 19 October 2019

Welcome to The Never Tilting World Blog Tour. I know you were expecting a review from me today, but this week was a chaotic hell. Due to personal issues and a blackout, I was not able to finish this beautiful book (you can still expect a review until the end of the month). Because of such, I decided to create a book aesthetic, inspired by Aeon, an world divided in two. Ps. There's a giveaway and it's international! Don't forget to join it.

Reading & Blogging Challenges. Third Quarter Update

Sunday, 13 October 2019

If my second quarter update came a bit later than I was expecting, what to say about my third quarter of the year update?! I've been working on it since September, but only now did I find the energy to finish it aka work on all the graphics. Anyway, how has the third quarter of the year been reading and blogging-wise? I'm finally ahead of my Goodreads reading challenge and once again I've changed my reading goals for two challenges. Nevertheless, it seems I'm lacking discussion posts. AGAIN!  

Polishing The Fangs. Vampires Are Back!

Wednesday, 2 October 2019

The spooky season is upon us! Halloween is not a tradition in my country, but that doesn't stop me from being super excited about this creepy holiday. I'm always happy to talk about monsters (I did write a thesis about monsters, after all), but there's something special about going rambling about monsters in this season. Thus, there's nothing better than sharing and maybe fangirl a bit, all these books coming out featuring blood-sucking creatures aka vampires. Is it me or are vampires making a comeback?

Sunday Post. The Spooky Season is Upon Us 👻

Sunday, 29 September 2019

 Sunday Post is a meme hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviews.
It seems that Sunday Post has become a monthly meme instead of a weekly one for me. 😅 I fear I'll be repeating myself, but I just don't know how to do all of this at the same time. I'm starting to feel like I'm drowning. Or maybe I'm just panicking all the time. I no longer know what to do keep everything together. 😟

Review & Blog Tour. The Deathless Girls

Friday, 27 September 2019

Welcome to The Deathless Girls Blog Tour. I'm so but so very excited to be part of this blog tour. I could not put down this darkly Gothic tale inspired by Dracula by Bram Stoker. The eerie settings, the strong female protagonists and the cruelty of this world stole my heart. If you need more reasons why you should pick this book, take a long peek at my review.

ARC Review // A House of Rage and Sorrow

Tuesday, 17 September 2019

Title: A House of Rage and Sorrow
Author: Sangu Mandanna
Publisher: Sky Pony Press
Published: 17th September 2019
Pages: 336 pages 

One kingdom. One crown. One family.

“Maybe it’s time the great House of Rey came to an end. After all, what are we now? Just a house of rage and sorrow.”

Esmae once wanted nothing more than to help her golden brother win the crown of Kali but that dream died with her best friend. Alexi broke her heart, and she vowed to destroy him for it. And with her sentient warship Titania beside her, how can she possibly fail?

As gods, beasts, and kingdoms choose sides, Alexi seeks out a weapon more devastating than even Titania. Past lives threaten the present. Old enemies claim their due. And Esmae cannot outrun the ghosts and the questions that haunt her. What really happened to her father? What was the third boon her mother asked of Amba? For in the shadows, lurking in wait, are secrets that will swallow her whole.

The House of Rey is at war. And the entire galaxy will bleed before the end.

Sunday Post. Long Time, No See

Sunday, 8 September 2019

Sunday Post
Sunday Post is a meme hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviews.
Hello! How is everyone doing? 😊 Can you believe it that it's now September? Can you believe it that I spend a whole month without joining Sunday Post?! I haven't had much time to blog - I'm a mess at managing my time, but I'm working on it. Hopefully, this afternoon I'll write some reviews and put on paper some ideas. However, I've been reading more than I use to - even though you would not be able to notice it because my TBR pile seems taller - and I've been having fun joining reading challenges.