Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen

Publisher: Penguin Publication Date: December 1817 Pages: 236 Genre: Classic, Romance Rating: 5/5 Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen Northanger Abby is about Catherine who goes on vacation with her neighbors, the Allen’s, to Bath and while there she meets some new people. One is a family friend of her brother, the Thorpe’s , and the other is the Tilney family. […]

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Netgalley Review: The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal

The Doll Factory by Elizabeth MacNeal Pages: 368 Publication Date: August 13, 2019 Publisher: Atria/Emily Bestler Books Genre: Gothic, horror, psychological thriller Rating: 3.5/5 Trigger Warning: animal abuse, animal torture, animal death (One of the main characters is a taxidermist) The Doll Factory is set in 1850’s London and follows the perspectives of Silas Reed (a taxidermist who runs his own […]

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September Book of the Month

I had a really hard time this month trying to narrow down which books I wanted. I told myself that I was going to get some thrillers that I have had my eye on but I saw two romance books that I have been hearing nothing but amazing things about and I knew I couldn’t […]

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September TBR

I’m back with all the books that I want to read in September. I am historically terrible at sticking to my TBR but these are all books that I have been really wanting to read so I really want to get to all of them this month. I only picked 8 and I have been […]

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August Book Haul

The picture above is deceiving because it looks like I only bought five books last month. However, I went a little crazy on Kindle books last month so in reality I bought way too many books as usual. I should say I have a problem but in reality I am happy surrounded by books so […]

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August Wrap Up: 16 books

I’m blown away with how many books I read this month. I credit a lot of that to rediscovering my love of romance books. I used to borrow my mom’s Jackie Collins and other romance books starting when I was in middle school and  through high school. I fell out of reading romance sometime after […]

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#Classicsathon wrap up

This was a successful month of reading for me. I was able to read a lot of books and five of them were classics. If you remember the only goal of #Classicsathon was to read one classic during the month of August. All of the classics are on the shorter side but I’m still happy to have […]

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