“I am a daughter of death….From the ashes I rose, like a phoenix from the pyre.”
Spoiler Free Review
Title: Crown of Feathers
Author: Nikki Pau Preto
Series or Standalone: Crown of Feathers #1
Genre: Young Adult & Fantasy
Publication Date: February 12th 2019
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Star Rating: ★★★☆☆
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A few months ago one of my favourite bloggers Alexandra at readingbystarlight kindly nominated me for The Versatile Blogger Award. Thank you for tagging me Alexandra! Side note, be sure to check out Alex’s blog if you get the chance, she’s one of the loveliest bloggers in this community!
The Versatile Blogger Award has a few simple rules….
- Thank the person who nominated you (✓)
- Leave a link to their blog (✓)
- Tell us 7 things about yourself
- Nominate 15 bloggers/bloggers you’ve discovered recently or follow regularly
Here are seven things about me:
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I love how the discussion of Rainy Day Reads comes around seasonally. Of course, this topic can be interpreted differently by every reader, but that’s what makes it so much fun!
For me, my ideal rainy day read is simply something I find comfort in. Hearty books that aren’t too dense and don’t require using a lot of brain power to read. They might have fluffy romances & colourful characters that come off the page. This is what Rainy Day Reads are made for, at least in my world.
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Hello friends! How are you? Today I’m doing one of the most exciting Top 5 Wednesdays I’ve ever written! 😈🐍
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“It’s only for people who don’t make sense anywhere else. Like us.”
Spoiler Free Review
Title: Never Contended Things
Author: Sarah Porter
Series or Standalone: Standalone
Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult, Faeries
Publication Date: March 19th 2019
Publisher: Tor Teen
Star Rating: ★☆☆☆☆
Never-Contented Things was supposed to be serving me cruel and deliciously evil fairy-goodness. How can you not interpret that given the cover and blurb that tells me it’s unrelentingly cruel?! Yet, what I actually got was a convoluted story about two incestuous foster siblings, in what read like a poorly plotted episode of Riverdale – severely scarce of faeries. Continue reading “NEVER CONTENDED THINGS BY SARAH PORTER”