Discussion Post | Iron and Magic by Ilona Andrews

It’s about freaking time! I mean, Angie and I finished our discussion series of the Kate Daniels series in 2018 with the intention of reviewing the series in entirety. Sadly, life got in the way. In 2020 we decided to finally finish it out, first with Iron and Magic. What you’ll read below is actually […]

Top 5 Tuesday | Strike These Tropes From History!

Top 5 Tuesday!  The idea of ‘tropes’ has always been a tricky one for me.  I think all books follow similar plot lines.  There are only so many out there, and the specifics are what makes each book better or worse. These are the 5 I HATE! Top 5 Tuesday was started by Shanah at […]

Top 5 Tuesday | Gimme MORE Trope-Types!

Top 5 Tuesday!  My favorite tropes, and ones that I’d love to see more of.  The idea of ‘tropes’ has always been a tricky one for me.  I think all books follow similar plot lines.  There are only so many out there, and the specifics are what makes each book better or worse. These are […]

2018 Best of the Best, Part 1 | Jan-June

I can’t believe we’re halfway through the year already.  I can’t believe Baby Chick is heading into High School!  I can’t even think about that!  Instead, I want to focus on my favorite books so far in 2018.  Book thoughts always relieve stress.  It’s my go to, and I have a feeling it’s also yours!  Now, […]

Top 5 Tuesday | Celebrating Summertime!

Happy Top 5 Tuesday!  I’m not sure I’m interpreting this week correctly, but I’m going with it. I’m not usually the kind of reader that easily splits books into seasonal reads, so instead I’m going to talk about the 5 books I’m most looking forward to this summer!  (Guess what, TJ is on the list!) […]

Discussion Post | Magic Binds by Ilona Andrews

“When we started this buddy reread I felt like there were so many books to read, but it all went so much faster than I anticipated. I’m starting to feel sad, because when it’s over it’s over.” That was my intro for Magic Shifts… and now it’s even worse because this is it.  There’s nothing […]