Book Blog, Lists, WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday: April 10, 2019

By: Cait Marie Hello, hello! It’s Wednesday again, so it's time to talk about what I'm currently reading! WWW Wednesday is a weekly reading update hosted by Taking on a World of Words. The Three Ws are: What are you currently reading?What did you recently finish reading?What do you think you’ll read next? Here’s what’s… Continue reading WWW Wednesday: April 10, 2019

Book Blog

One-Year Blogversary! (and GIVEAWAY!)

By: Cait Marie A year ago today, I shared Functionally Fictional's very first blog post! I had worked on setting up the site and Twitter account for a week prior, and the first post was technically just leading readers to an article I wrote for Coffee House Writers about my favorite books from 2017, but… Continue reading One-Year Blogversary! (and GIVEAWAY!)

Book Blog, Book Hauls

Cait’s November/December Book Haul

By: Cait Marie Hello! It's been a while! The last couple months have been super busy. I’ve still been reading everyday, but I have had very little time to write reviews and book hauls. Because I missed a month, I am covering both October and November in this, so bear with me. There was a… Continue reading Cait’s November/December Book Haul

Book Blog, Books Reviews, YA Fiction

Hayley’s Review of “Vicious Depths” by Madeline Stanford

By: Hayley Green Vicious Depths by Madeline Stanford is a wonderful YA dystopian fantasy novel. The ideas of heaven, hell, and purgatory are uniquely turned on their heads in the world Stanford created. Everyone is given a red-test score when they die, doled out by the rulers of the Azure. These rulers are called the… Continue reading Hayley’s Review of “Vicious Depths” by Madeline Stanford

Book Blog, Book Hauls

Cait’s October Book Haul

By: Cait Marie Hello, hello! Wow, so this is super late! October has been so incredibly busy that I haven't had much time to write for Functionally Fictional. That doesn't mean the reading has ceased, though! In fact, I read seven books in September. Here's what I read: Sea Witch by Sarah Henning - This… Continue reading Cait’s October Book Haul

Adult Fiction, Book Blog, Books Reviews

Manuela’s Review of “Stalker” by Lisa Stone

By: Manuela Soares Someone is always watching... Do you cover your webcam with a sticky note? What about switching your phone off when you don't need it? In today's age, with in-home security cameras, things like Alexa and Google Home, and other various technologies that can be used track our every move, how safe, how… Continue reading Manuela’s Review of “Stalker” by Lisa Stone

Book Blog, Books Reviews, YA Fiction

Cait’s Review of “A Touch of Gold” by Annie Sullivan

By: Cait Marie (Forgive any misspellings of names. I listened to the audiobook and am going off the spellings from Goodreads reviews.) A Touch of Gold is definitely one of my favorite books of the year so far. I absolutely loved it! It is a retelling of the King Midas story, which I didn’t know… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “A Touch of Gold” by Annie Sullivan

Book Blog, Book Hauls

Cait’s September Book Haul

By: Cait Marie I know this is late, it’s been a crazy couple of weeks, but I did it! I finally read a decent amount last month and I’m out of my slump! Of the books I listed last month that I wanted to read, I did finish three of them and read about half… Continue reading Cait’s September Book Haul

Book Blog, Books Reviews, YA Fiction

Cait’s Review of “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” by Jenny Han

By: Cait Marie To All The Boys I've Loved Before has been on my TBR for years. With the recent release of the movie adaptation on Netflix, I knew I needed to read it before watching. So, that was the plan: to read it last week, then watch the movie over the weekend when it… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” by Jenny Han

Adult Fiction, Book Blog, Books Reviews

Jenny’s Review of the Midnight Pawn Series by Charlaine Harris

By: Jenny Gardner Charlaine Harris is known for her ability to write romance novels involving other-worldly creatures, entwining the dark and the light. Her Sookie Stackhouse Series is a wonderful one surrounding vampires. Though the Midnight Pawn series is in the same universe, the crossover is minimal. In this series, the focus is on the… Continue reading Jenny’s Review of the Midnight Pawn Series by Charlaine Harris