Hi everyone, I hope you’re all having a good Tuesday. So, it’s journaling day and for today’s video we’re doing a journal with me of my wrap up for January and my TBR for February. January was a bit of an off month for me reading wise. We’ve started a new lifestyle plan and it’s taken my attention away from reading.
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Title: Firefrost Series: Flameskin Chronicles #0 Author: Camille Longley ISBN: 9781952795008 Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult, Romance, Enemies to Lovers, Forced Proximity, Romeo and Juliet Release Date: 21st September 2020 Synopsis: She’s a huntress:Sol d’Hillerod is sent on a desperate mission through a treacherous winter pass. She carries with her the only hope of her village’s survival, … Continue reading Firefrost by Camille Longley Review
Well, it’s my birthday and though I don’t like the whole aging thing, it’s still nice to celebrate it. I’m not exactly sure what I’ll do but it will probably involve wine and cake 😉 I got this tag from Kristin Kraves Books. BIRTHDAY CAKE – a book with a plot that seems cliche but … Continue reading The Birthday Book Tag
Book A Book is like .. a non-volatile, stable database that does not lose data no matter how many times you drop it, spill your beer on it, or close it incorrectly. Books are more stable even than Optical Media. Storage is only limited by the amount of space and volume that the owner can physically carry. Some storage units seem to last for … Continue reading 6 Reading Memes for Book Lovers
So glad you loved this one! I’m really looking forward to it!
Great review, sounds interesting!
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I think I’ll reread it soon. It’s such an autumnal read.