Blog Tour: Dark Oak by Jacob Sannox

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Happy Thanksgiving to all who are celebrating! This year I’m thankful to be a part of Storytellers on Tour Book Tour of Dark Oak by Jacob Sannox! Thank you so much to Storytellers On Tour (IG: @sot_tours) and Jacob Sannox (IG: @jacobsannox) for a copy of the book and for a chance to be on…… Continue reading Blog Tour: Dark Oak by Jacob Sannox

Book List: Urban Fantasy

My last book list was high fantasy. Now I’m turning the tables to urban fantasy, a fantasy set in the modern world. While I prefer high fantasy, I’ve crossed paths with many a good urban fantasy, too. City of Bones by Cassandra Clare Age Range: 14+ Average Goodreads Rating: 4.09 15-year-old Clary witnesses a murder,…… Continue reading Book List: Urban Fantasy

Book List: High Fantasy

I hope everyone has a good Halloween! To me, the months between October-December feel so magical. The holidays, the weather, the nostalgia. That’s why I think high fantasy is the perfect genre for these months. Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas Suggested Age Range: 14-15 and older Average Goodreads Rating: 4.18 Celaena was serving…… Continue reading Book List: High Fantasy

Book Lists: Books With Faeries

Because who doesn’t automatically fall in love with the high fae??? A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas Genre: Fantasy Average Goodreads Rating: 4.18 When Feyre kills a faerie, she is dragged to the magical world Fae world, doomed to live there as reparation. But even as Feyre’s feelings soften for her…… Continue reading Book Lists: Books With Faeries

Book Lists: High Fantasy

High Fantasy is my favorite kind of fantasy. High fantasy has an alternate world filled with magic and even fantastical species. There’s usually high stakes filled with loads of characters who embark on a quest or adventure, and broader themes like good versus evil. A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin Average Goodreads Rating:…… Continue reading Book Lists: High Fantasy

Book Lists: Mythology Retellings

Retellings are my favorite subgenre, and it seems that lately, mythology has been a really popular topic for books. So without further ado… Oreo by Fran Ross Genre: Humor Average Goodreads Rating: 3.65 This satire explores the relationships between African-Americans and Jews. Oreo is growing up in Philly, half-Jewish, half-Black, with her grandparents. When she…… Continue reading Book Lists: Mythology Retellings

Kiss, Marry, Avoid with Fictional Characters

I’m going to play that fun classic game but I’m going to use just fictional characters. Also, because I am a straight woman I’ll be using only male characters, so I apologize for that! The Hunger Games–Gale, Peeta, Finnick Marry Finnick, Kiss Peeta, avoid Gale. Sorry not sorry haha. Twilight–Edward, Jacob, Jasper Marry Edward, kiss…… Continue reading Kiss, Marry, Avoid with Fictional Characters

Book Lists: Books with Assassins

I think it’s fair to say we love morally grey characters, especially ever since we’ve realized the world isn’t black and white. Sometimes, readers even fall for the villain, if he’s dark and handsome enough. And then, some of the best books have leading killers with awesome skills and who put the sass in assassinate.…… Continue reading Book Lists: Books with Assassins

Emotions in Colors Book Tag

I found this tag on PaperFury and thought it would be fun to try! Each color represents an emotion. BLUE: A book that made you sad. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K Rowling So many sad deaths after a childhood getting accustomed to the characters. Not to mention the disappointing epilogue that shouldn’t…… Continue reading Emotions in Colors Book Tag