A Review of a Court of Mist and Fury

The time has finally come! I have finished the second book of the Court of Thorns and Roses series. To be honest, I am almost done the third book too, but for now let’s stick to what is important: Rhysand. Rhys is very, very important. I am so in love with this book and I…

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How to set up the Ideal Reading Environment

Welcome to Cozy 101! With fall fast approaching there is no better time then now to get your room Reading Ready. That way, you will have everything you need to enjoy cozy fall days from beneath blankets and behind a book. Over my years as a reader, I have found that there are a few…

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A Review of A Court of Thorns and Roses

Recently, I had the pleasure of diving into and promptly finishing, A Court of Thorns and Roses. I have a LOT of thoughts to share with you. Spoilers and controversy ahead! For starters I would like to declare that I am a big Sarah J. Maas fan. I have loved her previous work and her Throne…

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4 Books on my Reading List

I have the strange tendency to swallow books whole or simply lose interest immediately. I think I can speak for many readers when I say that starting a book, let alone picking one, can be a challenging task to behold. However, once I conquer that first step towards my next literary adventure, there is no…

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A Review of The Girl in The Tower

One cannot help but feel transported away by Katherine Arden’s writing. She eloquently interweaves Russian folklore with horror and adventure that guides us along every twist and turn. This book ended up surprising me greatly just like the first book did. I could not help but expect more romance and yet, I was not disappointed…

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Stargazers

The room was filled with a warm glow that spread its reach into the dark corners of the painted blue walls, the light creating shadows over discarded toys in its midst. In the middle of the room was a simple wooden bed and in it, a young boy. On some nights, the shadows evolved in…

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Estrella

The library is filled with the sounds of silence. Soft padding of shoes against the carpeted floor. Pages scratching against one another as the reader turns one page into the next, continuing their adventure through the text. The librarians long manicured nails hit the keyboard rhythmically and rain slides along against the window. I hear…

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Review of “The Bear and The Nightingale” by Katherine Arden

The first book in the series by Katherine Arden takes hold of its readers and carries them away on a truly inspirational journey. The young Vasilisa grows up in her fathers village listening to the stories her nurse tells her family. They are tales of Russian folklore with ancient gods that walk the winter woods,…

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