Fire With Fire Book Review- Dragons, Sorceresses, and Family

“Stonecrest was by all appearances a palace, insofar as palaces could exist in the middle of Tennessee.” Hello everyone! Today I’ll be reviewing a fun, magical book about the bond between two sisters when their loyalties are tested and they are pitted against each other in a war against dragons. Title: Fire with Fire Author: … Continue reading Fire With Fire Book Review- Dragons, Sorceresses, and Family

All-American Muslim Girl Book Review- Exploring Religion, Faith, and Strength

Hello everyone! Today I’m bringing you a review for a fascinating, sweet book about being stuck between two identities and learning how to embrace your heritage. Title: All-American Muslim Girl Author: Nadine Jolie Courtney Genre: YA Contemporary Content Warnings: Islamophobia, racism, character death Rating: 4⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Unspoilery Blurb (partly from Goodreads) Allie has everything going for … Continue reading All-American Muslim Girl Book Review- Exploring Religion, Faith, and Strength

Pumpkinheads Book Review- The Last Hurrah of the Season

Hello everyone! Today I’m bringing you a review for a sweet, autumnal book about embracing change, taking chances, and exploring an amazing pumpkin patch! Title: Pumpkinheads Author: Rainbow Rowell Illustrator: Faith Erin Hicks Genre: Graphic Novel- YA Contemporary Rating: 4.5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 Unspoilery Blurb (Taken from Goodreads) Deja and Josiah are seasonal best friends. Every autumn, … Continue reading Pumpkinheads Book Review- The Last Hurrah of the Season

The Once and Future Witches- NetGalley Review- Family, Witchcraft, and Feminine Ideals

Hello everyone! Today I’m bringing you an unspoilery review for a fun, entertaining book about women’s rights, witchcraft, and family. Happy Book Birthday to the wonderful book, The Once and Future Witches!!! This book was an ARC given to me from the publisher and author through NetGalley in return for an honest review. Thank you … Continue reading The Once and Future Witches- NetGalley Review- Family, Witchcraft, and Feminine Ideals