How my husband and I started reading
This is the fourth post in my "How to Write About Medicine Series". This series is, hopefully, going to make it easier for writers to include medically accurate information in their books. Disclaimer: This post is not to be used to diagnose or treat anyone. I am not allowed to diagnose people over the internet,… Continue reading How to Write About: Depression
Last week I was tagged by Fadwa at Word Wonders to participate in the Scavenger hunt challenge. This challenge intends to help the participant find their next book, by having them follow a series of prompts. This challenge is ideally done in a book store or library, but since I'm too lazy to leave my… Continue reading THE SCAVENGER HUNT CHALLENGE
Book review of The Storm Crow by Kalyn Josephson. Great for YA fans who loved the Throne of Glass series or who are looking for a well written YA fantasy. Also for readers who are looking for mental illness representation in the fantasy world! Definitely put this on your TBR list!
Beasts of the Frozen Sun in the first book in a series written by Jill Criswell and will be published by Blackstone Publishing on August 06, 2019 I was given an Advanced copy of this book by NetGalley in exchange for my honest review Synopsis "Burn Brightly, Love Fiercely For all Else is Dust." Lira,… Continue reading Book Review: Beasts of the Frozen Sun by Jill Criswell
A Discussion post on why I don't give star ratings in my book reviews.
Finale is the third book in the Caraval trilogy written by Stephanie Garber. Great conclusion to the series! I loved all three of these book and recommend them to anyone looking for a series with strong female leads, some cute boys that stand back and support the heroines, and a whole lot of magic
Legendary is the second book in the Caraval series, written by Stephanie Garber. This is a great sequel to the first novel and is full of magic and plot twists. Recommended for anyone looking for a YA Fantasy or a Fairytale retelling!
Review of the book Caraval by Stephanie Garber. A thrilling YA novel full of magic and plot twists. I recommend this book to anyone looking for an attention-grabbing YA fantasy novel.
Review of PTSD in A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas. Shows examples of how the main character is shown to have PTSD without ever officially diagnosing it. Also describes how the author was able to use talk therapy as PTSD treatment in a fantasy world setting.