Top Ten Books I’m Looking Forward To – January to March 2018!

Every Tuesday, the blog The Broke and Bookish hosts the Tuesday Top Ten, where you count down different categories that are bookish! If you’d like to participate, check out their website for more information on the category for each week!

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Blog Tour: Bad Call by Stephen Wallenfels – Review and Author Guest Post!

Hello! Welcome to my special post during the blog tour to spread the love for Stephen Wallenfels’ new novel, Bad Call, where four teenagers get themselves into a lot of trouble while ill prepared for a poorly planned camping trip. I have a review to share and, even better, survival tips from the author himself. Check it out below!

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Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I Hope Santa Brings Me

Every Tuesday, the blog The Broke and Bookish hosts the Tuesday Top Ten, where you count down different categories that are bookish! If you’d like to participate, check out their website for more information on the category for each week!

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My Top Ten Favorite Books I Read in 2017!

I can’t believe its already December and its that time to recount what I read this year. I didn’t do so hot, but it was a HARD year for reading. In August, I’d only hit about 25 books so reading 40 for the last four months of the year was actually pretty impressive for me. Let’s take a look at what my favorites were this year!

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Book Review: The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson

Roshar is a world of stone swept by tempests that shape ecology and civilization. Animals and plants retract; cities are built in shelter. In centuries since ten orders of Knights fell, their Shardblade swords and Shardplate armor still transform men into near-invincible warriors. Wars are fought for them, and won by them.

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