Since these were a similar type of book, and they were by the same author, I decided to combine them into one post. Continue reading
I received a copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Continue reading
I originally had this rated at 4 stars. I changed it because, though I did think the story was cute, it wasn’t fabulous. However, the e-short did a good job in piquing one’s interest in Meg Cabot’s new middle grade series. Continue reading
There is a website that tells you what to read next. And it’s not Goodreads.
I had seen it before, but never really took the time to figure out how to work it.
What book to read next can often become a problem for bookworms, especially those that don’t have a Goodreads account. Sometimes, even though I have 600 books Continue reading
I recieved an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
King Winkle and Queen Periwinkle have a problem. They need a princess, and they need her fast. With the upcoming peace-keeping marriage between Prince Linus of Branninia and the princess of the fair Kingdom of Hoggenbottom, it’s a bit risky to admit they don’t have a princess.
I did Camp NaNoWriMo two months ago, and I found that reaching my word count goal was a lot more difficult then than I did this time around. Continue reading