Tag: LIFEL1K3

The June Wrap Up:  With Movies, MasterClass, & SO MANY BOOKS

The June Wrap Up: With Movies, MasterClass, & SO MANY BOOKS

Posted July 1, 2019 in Checking In // 5 Comments

Happy July everyone! This month reminds me of picnics and spending summers at the lake by my family.  We didn’t have a lake house or anything, but there was a really nice beach in bicycling distance and there were some summers when we were there every day. Ah, life was so much simpler when I was twelve. Intense haul this month, mostly due to BookCon on June 1st, and a whole lot of ARCs?  Seriously, y’all are going to be drowning in book reviews in September because most of these books are published in September/October.  I’m both sorry for the […]

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May Wrap Up

May Wrap Up

Posted May 28, 2018 in Checking In // 40 Comments

Sometime in the midst of May, summer arrived! When I left to go to Europe, there was a snowstorm on our tail, following us from New Hampshire all the way up to Manhattan. When I came back, it was 80-degrees outside!  That, in a brief description, is New England weather.  I love it and I hate it, but overall I’m really glad to see the sunshine. Mentally and emotionally, May is a difficult month for me.  I’ll talk about that a little more later, but lets start, as always, with the books! The Monthly Haul The breakdown: ARCs/Freebies from Publishers: The Story […]

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LIFEL1K3 by Jay Kristoff

LIFEL1K3 by Jay Kristoff

Posted May 21, 2018 in Reviews // 16 Comments

  Disclaimer: I received this book for free from NetGalley and Knopf Books for Young Readers in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. First, a small confession. I blog mostly YA, and I have never read a Jay Kristoff novel before.  I have them all on my TBR.  Nevernight. Illuminae. Stormdancer.  I have always intended to read him, but I just haven’t gotten to that place on my TBR list yet. So, as a small blog with no fangirling history of Jay Kristoff, imagine my surprise when NetGalley emails me with […]

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