Gay witches book.
That’s what this book, These Witches Don’t Burn, has been dubbed, and honestly, what better way to promote it?
Today, I’m very excited to bring you a review and aesthetic of These Witches Don’t Burn as part of the Penguin Summer Lovin’ blogger Campaign! This campaign features three different LGBTQIAP+ books that have recently been published, and I’m honored to be the first stop for this book!
Continue reading “Blog Tour Review: These Witches Don’t Burn by Isabel Sterling // The Ultimate Gay Witches Book”
There’s nothing I love more than Asian fantasy!!
(Asian FOOD is the only exception I’ll make—and this book has that as well.)
Today I’m here with a list of all the things I loved (and the few things I didn’t) about The Candle and the Flame!! I first heard of this book months ago and knew I had to read it. It sounded amazing from the start (djinn! Silk Road! magic!), and then the gorgeous cover was released, and my excitement for it increased tenfold.
I genuinely mean it when I say that if my review doesn’t manage to convince you to pick this up, the cover will, because LOOK AT IT.
Continue reading “ARC Review: The Candle and the Flame by Nafiza Azad // Rich Asian Fantasy with Beautiful Writing and Fierce Characters!”
There are always books that you can’t describe your feelings about.
This book is one of those, times ten.
Literally whenever I think about this book, it’s a jumbled mess of ?!!??!?!?!??!?!?!??? Because I know that I overall enjoyed it, but my brain just doesn’t know how to feel, because this book made me feel WAY TOO MUCH.
But I’m so glad I got to read this book anyways, because it’s definitely the most emotionally disjointing book I’ve ever read and honestly? That was an Experience.
Continue reading “ARC Review: Empress of All Seasons by Emiko Jean // I Have Never Felt More Emotionally Disjointed by a Book”
I love books that go beyond my expectations.
I mean, who doesn’t?? It means a lot tp ME, because usually, books end up being worse than I expected and I get hit by disappointment like no other.
But this time… IT WAS THE OTHER WAY AROUND.
I liked these books better than I thought I would??? Surprise!!
Girl Made of Stars was one of my most anticipated releases of the year (I saw that my request had been accepted at school and struggled not to scream) and it was even better than I had imagined. So SO GOOD.
And I honestly didn’t expect much out of Isle of Blood and Stone besides an average fantasy (especially since the beginning was slow) but it ended up surprising me and being much more entertaining than I’d suspected!!!
Continue reading “Mini ARC Reviews: Girl Made of Stars (A New Favorite that Made me CRY) & Isle of Blood and Stone (Surprisingly Entertaining)”