Hey guys! November went really fast for me! I had some quality time with my o’hana, and got a lot of reading done. Here’s my recap of the month’s books: 1. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, Ransom Riggs I had been on the fence with this one forever. So often if there’s a lot of … More November Wrap Up
Title: Hollow City Author: Ransom Riggs Pages: 428 Genre: YA, fantasy Part of a series? Yes, book two of Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children Published: February 24th, 2015 So we left our plucky band of peculiars in the middle of the ocean. They have to protect Miss Peregrine and get her help, which means finding … More Hollow City, Ransom Riggs
Hey Guys, and happy National Mousse Day! I tell ya, I have been having fun with the “every day’s a holiday” thing, but I’ve got nothing here… so let’s get started. Also, this week I am writing a bit early because I am really excited to share. What’s new with me? I got to spend … More What’s New Wednesday? Week 30!
I have a lot of RFR books to do this month, and there are quite a few bookshots. I am really excited though! The Twilight Wife, A.J. Banner. *Thank you Netgalley*. A diving accident leaves Kyra Winthrop with a complex form of memory loss. With only flashes of memory from the last few years, her … More TBR December
There’s my Sassy Britches in full on Grinch mode. I have to tell you, I am usually on the whole Christmas shopping thing because I have a limited budget…. this year, though, I am so not feeling it. I am ending my mini vacation (four days off in a row!) sick as a dog and … More Is Everyone else ill-prepared for the holidays?
Title: Come On Up to the House Author: Dane Cobain Pages: 216 Genre: mystery, horror Part of a series? No. Publish date: December 5th, 2016 I consider this a novella with an accompanying screen play. Due to money, the Jersey family has taken moved to a new home. It’s obvious from the get-go that the … More Come On Up to the House, Dane Cobain
I am always grateful to Netgalley and First to Read for allowing me access to books for the price of a review. There have been so many amazing books this year! I have bought copies of books I read as gifts for friends and family members, but never myself. Now, this may seem silly because … More Do you buy copies of books that you got advanced copies of?