"That's the thing about being chosen." He smiled at her, all teeth and glinting eyes, predatory rather than comforting. "You don't get a choice in the matter."
If you're anything like me, you start the year with a giant TBR and high hopes, and end the year having been thoroughly distracted by other books/life and a lot of unread books still on your TBR. That was definitely the case for me at the end of last year. My 2018 TBR is already … Continue reading Top 5: Books I Didn’t Get To In 2017 (That I REALLY Want to Read)
Is WIPpet Wednesday still a thing? I hope it is. I know I've been a pretty useless contributor these past few months. My creativity as been almost non-existent, and I slipped up a bit in terms of consistent posting. That, hopefully, is about to change! This little snippet may never amount to anything. Or it … Continue reading WIPpet Wednesday: Testing the Waters
Where do you get your inspiration from? I've been thinking about inspiration more and more recently. Despite my best laid plans earlier this year, I'm still in a bit of a writing slump. Nothing is managing to stick, ideas feel like they're slipping out of my brain before I can form them into something that … Continue reading Inspiration
I thought I might try this whole reading wrap up thing as a way of keeping track of what I read each month. I haven't written proper reviews for any of these books yet, though if anyone is interested in my thoughts on a particular books let me know and I'll write them up. For … Continue reading January/February Wrap Up
As you'll know if you read my post from last week, I've set myself the goal in 2018 of reading/rereading my unread books. Because of this, my TBR is HUGE. To make it seem less intimidating, I thought I'd answer the questions from the intimidating TBR tag (logic, right). Now, I have answers to these … Continue reading The Intimidating TBR Tag
Title: Vicious Author: Victoria Schwab Genre: Sci-Fi (maybe) Format: Paperback Date completed: December 31st 2017 Goodreads rating: 4 stars Blurb: Victor and Eli started out as college roommates—brilliant, arrogant, lonely boys who recognized the same sharpness and ambition in each other. In their senior year, a shared research interest in adrenaline, near-death experiences, and seemingly supernatural events reveals an intriguing possibility: … Continue reading Rachel Reviews: Vicious