Waiting on Wednesday: Make It Sweet

Hello!

Today I’m back with another Waiting on Wednesday. Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly meme that originally created by Jill at Breaking the Spine but has since been adapted with Can’t Wait Wednesday by Teresa at Wishful Endings.

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly feature that showcases upcoming release that we are dying to get to!

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The ABC Challenge ||D||

Hi,

I’m here with another addition to the ABC challenge. And the letter of the day is ‘D’.

I’ll failed at this last year and only ended up posting one letter. I’ll be aiming to post every fortnight or so to share with you both my most memorable titles and the books that are still on my TBR which corresponds to each letter of the alphabet.

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Waiting on Wednesday: A Court of Silver Flames

Hello!

Today I thought I’d bring back my Waiting on Wednesday series. Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly meme that originally created by Jill at Breaking the Spine but has since been adapted with Can’t Wait Wednesday by Teresa at Wishful Endings.

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly feature that showcases upcoming release that we are dying to get to!

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Evermore


Author: Sara Holland

Publisher: Orchard Books

First Published: 31 December 2018

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

“The time has come for our story to end.”

This is a sequel; I will try and keep my review as spoiler free as possible but just be wary if you haven’t read first book, Everless.

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Recent Reads ||Jan 01 to Jan 10||

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I am bringing back my recent reads series which I totally abandoned last year. So fingers crossed I stick with it this year! I’m still trying to find the best way to review all the books I read since monthly wrap ups don’t work for me. In these posts I won’t be reviewing the books from the Romanceopoly and Finishing Series TBRs.

I will do my best not to include spoilers for the sequels but just be weary if you want to avoid finding out too much about the storyline.

Onto the ratings!

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February TBR

Hello,

I am here today with my first TBR of the year — I was planing on doing one for January buuuut I left it way to late. Since I am a big mood reader I only select a handful of books for my TBR so there is still freedom to pick up whatever else I’d like. I’m going to share with you 5 Romanceopoly picks and 2 books from my finishing series challenge.

On to the books and prompts!

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The Templar’s Garden






Author: Catherine Clover

Publisher: Duckworth Books

First Published: 12 November 2020

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.







“Your words, like your actions, are always of such comfort.”

I will start by saying that I was given an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review. Thank so much the team over at Duckwork and NetGalley for sending a copy my way!

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Wundersmith: The Calling of Morrigan Crow






Author: Jessica Townsend

Publisher: Lothian Children’s Books

First Published: 30 October 2018

Rating: 5 out of 5.







“These were supposed to be her brothers and sisters. Loyal for life. But with a single word, they were looking at her as if she was their enemy.”  

This is a sequel; I will try and keep my review as spoiler free as possible but just be wary if you haven’t read first book, Nevermore: The Trails of Morrigan Crow.

Also if you haven’t read the first book, you should it’s all kinds of awesome!

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Lava Red Feather Blue






Author: Molly Ringle

Publisher: Central Avenue Publishing

First Published: 05 January 2021

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.





“That doesn’t mean you weren’t a hero. Heroes can be unwilling.”    

I will start by saying that I was given an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review. Thank so much the team over at Central Avenue Publishing and NetGalley for sending a copy my way!

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2020

Hi all!

Since it’s the end of the year, which still doesn’t feel real, I thought I’d look back on my reading year with a survey.

I’ve adapted this from questions for Cait at paper fury. It looked like fun and the pie chats looked so cute. You will be glad to know that I found a way to simplify the pie chart making process, and now have a spreadsheet which I fill in throughout the year and it automatically makes the charts yay!!

Also this is for the all books I’ve read in 2020 so not all where released this year.

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