Books

The End of the Year Book Tag 2021

Easy content! Easy content! This is my third year in a row doing the End of the Year Book Tag. You can see my other answers here and here. I'm traveling this month and skipping town next month, so the approaching end of the year currently feels like a madcap blur. I'm holding onto book… Continue reading The End of the Year Book Tag 2021

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The End of the Year Book Tag 2020

I did this tag last year and liked that it held me [relatively] accountable. (I also didn't accomplish any of the things I promised to in that post, but you know what? Intentions are half the battle.) I also copied this tag from Elli @ AceReader last year and I'm DOING IT AGAIN. It's tradition… Continue reading The End of the Year Book Tag 2020

Books, Theater

Book Recs Based on My Favorite Musicals

I've been listening to musicals recently to help me cope with a sudden onslaught of work. I revisited some old favorites as well as a few that I once hated. Because I worked so much last week (and thus spent at least 50 hours listening to musicals), I decided to do book recommendations based on… Continue reading Book Recs Based on My Favorite Musicals

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These Violent Delights Book Tag

I heard tell of These Violent Delights, a historical-fantasy retelling of Romeo and Juliet, on Twitter. The book takes place in Shanghai and the Montagues and Capulets have been replaced by two rival gangs. I'm ALL FOR THAT. The book comes out November 17th AND there's a preorder campaign, so that's pretty neat. Mieke created… Continue reading These Violent Delights Book Tag

Books

COVER REVEAL: The Theft of Sunlight by Intisar Khanani

Today feels like the perfect day for a cover reveal! YA author Intisar Khanani, author of Thorn, has the first book in a new duology coming out next spring. The book, titled The Theft of Sunlight, has everything: Court intrigue! Disappearing children! Thieves! Shadowy evil! Instead of taking my word for it, though, read the synopsis for… Continue reading COVER REVEAL: The Theft of Sunlight by Intisar Khanani