Hello hello, dear friends and book lovers. I'm sure you've noticed that I completely vanished for the whole month of August (and half of September). I'm glad to say "I'm back!" and explain my sudden hiatus. Here's a break down of what I've been doing out in the real world.
Cassel Sharpe comes from a long line of workers: people with the ability to control other people with a single touch of the hand. The problem is, Cassel isn't one of them.
All of her life, Lace Paloma has been warned against approaching the Corbeau family: murderers, thieves and the devil incarnate. Cluck Corbeau has been taught the same: stay away from the Palomas and their strange dark magic.
Hooray for more books! It's that time again where I spend way too much money and buy way too many books, and tell you all about it on various social media outlets.
Alina Starkov as never belonged anywhere: orphaned at a young age, sent to an estate along with other children, and sent to war as a member of the First Army, she has always been an outsider.
Wren and her best friends, collectively known as the turtles, lead pretty typical teenage lives: going to school, gossiping, and meeting dark and handsome older boys at private galas in the MET.
Alric is the only son and heir to the throne of Dun Caltor, until a mysterious, otherworldly being appears one night, claiming to be the king's other son.
This is a fairly old book tag, but it's a fun one in my opinion.
Dating in the digital age is no easy feat: finding love via dating sites is more and more common among people of all age groups.
R is a zombie, but don't let his rotting exterior fool you: he's not like all the other brainless corpses walking around the airport.