QuillnFeather [Caraval] Blogger Support Feature

Hello everyone and welcome to this weekend’s first blogger support feature (a day late, apologies, since I had to work yesterday). Today I’m featuring a review from Becca @ QuillnFeather and if you haven’t checked out her blog yet, you really should because her reviews are phenomenal. I haven’t read The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice…

Peter Nimble and his Fantastic Eyes [Cover Love Friday] —a day late—

So, I don’t know what it is about middlegrade books and their covers, but I’ve become increasingly convinced over the years that they just have some of the best ones. They’ve all got such vibrant colors and the artwork is just plain exquisite. I’ve always been really impressed with a lot of them and I…

Catwoman: Soulstealer [Sarah J. Maas]

One thing I’m beginning to realize about Sarah J. Maas is that while she has an amazing ability to write dynamic characters within brilliantly imagined plots, I absolutely hate what she does with her character relationships. Catwoman: Soulstealer was a pretty amazing book at face value. Selena had the best development and motivation possible for…

Love Like Sky [Leslie C. Youngblood]

Love Like Sky felt very real. Leslie C. Youngblood’s middlegrade novel about a young girl navigating the tumultuous experiences that come alongside the divorce of one’s parents as well as their remarrying. G-baby, or Georgie, is working through the vast array of emotions as she deals with a stepsister who doesn’t seem to like her…