Hello, friends! Kari and I are excited to introduce a new feature of our blog: The Loyal Book Club. Every couple of months, we will choose a book to feature as our book club read. We will schedule dates that parts of the book need to be read by and open up a discussion chat on instagram. This month it is going to coincide with our inaugural session of The Loyal Book-a-thon! This is our first time doing this on the blog, and our first book is The Shadowglass by Rin Chupeco.
Here is my March read for the #bestiemademe challenge: American Royals by Katharine McGee. Kari has been bugging me to read it for forever, as she read it super early on. You can find her review here. I genuinely don’t know why it took me so long to get to it, but it was a perfect read for me this month. Again, it was another wonderful recommendation and one that I absolutely loved. I gave it five stars as well.
Hello, friends! Kari and I are starting a new regular readathon, which we are calling The Loyal Book-a-Thon. Every three-four month we will have a new theme, and our first theme is ‘The Quarantine Edition.’ Obviously, we were inspired by current events. Our intent is not to make light of the situation, but to have some fun despite everything that’s happening. Some people might have more time to read, so we thought it was good timing.
Hi everyone! Today I’m excited to participate in the bookstagram & creative blog
tour for Emberhawk by Jamie Foley hosted by MTMC Tours! Emberhawk is the first
book in a YA Fantasy series where elemental creatures have decided they are gods,
and humans are nothing but fuel for their fire. Out now from Fayette Press!
Avatar: The Last Airbender is one of my favourite shows. ￼I know it’s technically a show for children but I really appreciated the way it dealt with serious issues. That’s why I really like the idea behind this tag. You can see my answers to the element themed questions below the cut.
Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo is the second book I read for the #bestiemademe challenge that Kari and I are doing. Kari loved it, so she’s been bugging me to read it for awhile. I read this in February and finished it in early March, and I was very grateful for the recommendation because I absolutely loved this book and rated it 5 stars.
I was so excited when I found out about this box. A Court of Thorns and Roses is a really cool series and I enjoyed the world building and the characters. Lately a lot of my friends are reading this and it’s giving me a lot of need to reread it. I especially need to reread it after getting this box.