Salt And Sugar by Rebecca Carvalho ARC Review

Salt And Sugar by Rebecca Carvalho Publisher: Inkyard Press Release Date: November 1, 2022 Available through Bookshop Pages: 368 Cover Artist: Andressa Meissner Summary: The grandchildren of two rival Brazilian bakeries fall in love despite their families’ feud. Trust neither thin-bottomed frying pans nor Molinas. Lari Ramires has always known this to be true. In … Continue reading Salt And Sugar by Rebecca Carvalho ARC Review

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November & December TBR: Prioritizing Backlist Releases & YA Books

Hello everyone, the year is slowly coming to an end and the last couple months of 2022 are finally here! It's still the perfect weather for cozying up with a great book and catching up on that TBR before the year concludes. I'm glad to be chatting with you about the books that I've been … Continue reading November & December TBR: Prioritizing Backlist Releases & YA Books

Lightfall: The Girl & The Galdurian by Tim Probert Review {Graphic Novel}

Lightfall: The Girl & The Galdurian by Tim Probert Publisher: HarperAlley (HarperCollins) Release Date: September 1, 2020 Pages: 248 Available through Bookshop & The Book Depository Summary: Deep in the heart of the planet Irpa stands the Salty Pig’s House of Tonics & Tinctures, home of the wise Pig Wizard and his adopted granddaughter, Bea. … Continue reading Lightfall: The Girl & The Galdurian by Tim Probert Review {Graphic Novel}

The Springtime Of My Life Began With You Vol. 1 by Nikki Asada {Manga Review}

The Springtime Of My Life Began With You Vol. 1 by Nikki Asada Publisher: Kodansha Release Date: May 11, 2021 Pages: 175 Summary: Suehiro is a quiet girl, who prefers the excitement of her books to the real-life anxieties of friends. She'd been perfectly happy in her own little world until ultra-popular guy Takasago asked … Continue reading The Springtime Of My Life Began With You Vol. 1 by Nikki Asada {Manga Review}

5 Reasons to Read the Witch Hat Atelier Manga

It's no surprise that I love reading fantasy! However, there's one series in particular that reminded me how it can be such a multifaceted genre that not only delivers on telling a profound story, but also the whimsy & wonder that comes with the imagination that author's bring to their fantasy worlds. The series I … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Read the Witch Hat Atelier Manga

Belladonna by Adalyn Grace ARC Review

Belladonna by Adalyn Grace (Belladonna #1) Publisher: Little Brown for Young Readers (The NOVL) Release Date: August 30, 2022 Pages: 416 Available through The Book Depository & Bookshop Cover Illustrator: Elena Masci [Received an ARC for review from the publisher] Summary: Orphaned as a baby, nineteen-year-old Signa has been raised by a string of guardians, … Continue reading Belladonna by Adalyn Grace ARC Review

Dreams Lie Beneath by Rebecca Ross Review

Dreams Lie Beneath by Rebecca Ross Publisher: Quill Tree Books (Epic Reads) Release Date: November 2, 2021 Pages: 482 Available through Bookshop & The Book Depository Cover Artist / Illustrator: Annie Stegg Gerard Summary: A curse plagues the realm of Azenor—during each new moon, magic flows from the nearby mountain and brings nightmares to life. … Continue reading Dreams Lie Beneath by Rebecca Ross Review

Eva Evergreen, Semi-Magical Witch by Julie Abe Review

Eva Evergreen, Semi-Magical Witch by Julie Abe (Eva Evergreen #1) Publisher: Little Brown Books For Young Readers Release Date: August 4, 2020 Pages: 400 Available Through Bookshop & The Book Depository Cover Artist: Shan Jiang Summary: Sometimes all you need is a pinch of magic...Eva Evergreen is determined to earn the rank of Novice Witch … Continue reading Eva Evergreen, Semi-Magical Witch by Julie Abe Review

A Tropical Fish Yearns For Snow Vol. 6 by Makoto Hagino {Manga Review}

A Tropical Fish Yearns For Snow Vol. 6 by Makoto Hagino (Tropical Fish / Nettaigyo wa Yuki ni Kogareru #6) Publisher: Viz Media Release Date: February 9, 2021 Pages: 178 Available through The Book Depository Summary: Koyuki and Konatsu have both started to see the other as important, but they’re still unable to be honest … Continue reading A Tropical Fish Yearns For Snow Vol. 6 by Makoto Hagino {Manga Review}