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

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Cait’s August Book Haul

By: Cait Marie Well, July was an awful reading month. I thought the previous couple months were slow, but I only finished two books this past month… and one of those was an audiobook that I had finished most of the month before! It wasn't awful because of the books; I enjoyed what I did… Continue reading Cait’s August Book Haul

Book Blog, Lists, TBR Tuesday

TBR Tuesday: Books Turned Into TV Shows

By: Cait Marie As more and more books are adapted for TV, I find myself adding even more books to my TBR list. It's always scary to see what they're going to do to the books we love so much. Especially if you have experienced a butchering of your favorite. (Looking at you Shadowhunters.) That… Continue reading TBR Tuesday: Books Turned Into TV Shows

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Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag

By: Cait Marie Hello! As is it is now July, we have about 6 months left of reading. I have already set a personal record for most books read in a year, but there are still so many I want to read! This is the mid-year book freak out tag, which I originally saw on… Continue reading Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag

Book Blog, Books Reviews, Nonfiction

Hayley’s Review of “The Path to Courage” by Debbie Burns

By: Hayley Green This book is a short, powerful read that can really help change your life. Based on the writer’s life and overcoming her serious psychological problems, this book gives you seven steps to repeat throughout your life for every type of problem you face. She is brutally honest about some of the problems… Continue reading Hayley’s Review of “The Path to Courage” by Debbie Burns

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Cait’s July Book Haul

June was a very slow book month. There was so much going on that I only finished three books! I thought only finishing six last month was slow... Also, two of the three were actually rereads via audiobook. I did get a couple of new releases, though, that I did start and I'm excited to… Continue reading Cait’s July Book Haul

Book Blog, Books Reviews, YA Fiction

Cait’s Review of “War Storm” by Victoria Aveyard

By: Cait Marie War Storm is the fourth and final book in the Red Queen series. If you read my last book haul, you know how excited I was for this book. You also know that I was able to go to the book tour and meet Victoria Aveyard! To read about that whole experience,… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “War Storm” by Victoria Aveyard

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Cait’s June Book Haul

By: Cait Marie May did not go as planned in the reading department. I did finish 6 books, but there were so many I started and didn’t finish because this month got crazy busy. I bought or received 19 books, well technically 21, which leads me to a funny story: In November of 2017, I… Continue reading Cait’s June Book Haul

Book Blog, Books Reviews, YA Fiction

Cait’s Review of “Snow Like Ashes” by Sara Raasch

By: Cait Marie Snow Like Ashes is the first in a trilogy that has been on my TBR for quite some time now. I had heard many mixed reviews, so I was iffy about starting it. I finally did, though, and loved it! Find the book here!In this story, there are four seasonal kingdoms and… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “Snow Like Ashes” by Sara Raasch

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Manuela’s Review of “A Monster Calls” by Patrick Ness

By: Manuela Soares A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness Inspired by an idea from Siobhan Dowd Illustrations by Jim Kay “Stories don’t always have happy endings.”   Heart-wrenching. Tear-jerking. Soul crushing. Incredible. This story is all those and so much more. Inspired by Siobhan Dowd, Patrick Ness has crafted a story that will tear your… Continue reading Manuela’s Review of “A Monster Calls” by Patrick Ness