Cinderella is Dead – ARC Tuesday (Wed) Review

The Great: Simply put, the themes.This story definitely showcased a majority of the ways society has negatively impacted women/females. In Cinderella is Dead, Cinderella's tale is akin to the likes of the bible. And citizens of Lille are expected to know and recite the tale, in reverence and worship. For it is the conditions of their lives. Sound familiar? Also, misogyny played a major role in the general story. The nobility and peasantry alike, delights in oppressing women and young girls in this story. And the anger I felt reading and witnessing how oppressed and sheeplike the citizens were rolled off me in waves. It sincerely frustrated me to no end. And that frustration made me realize just how much of that mentality still exists in today's society.

Muted by Tami Charles – Cover Reveal

Happy Monday Bookwyrms!! Today I'm excited to reveal the cover for an upcoming YA novel written in verse, Muted by Tami Charles. Synopsis For seventeen-year-old Denver, music is everything. Writing, performing, and her ultimate goal: escaping her very small, very white hometown.  So Denver is more than ready on the day she and her best … Continue reading Muted by Tami Charles – Cover Reveal

A Song Below Water – ARC Tuesday Review

Synopsis - Goodreads Tavia is already at odds with the world, forced to keep her siren identity under wraps in a society that wants to keep her kind under lock and key. Never mind she's also stuck in Portland, Oregon, a city with only a handful of black folk and even fewer of those with … Continue reading A Song Below Water – ARC Tuesday Review

The Way You Make Me Feel – Book Review

The Great: Surprisingly I loved everything about the plot. I was taken down the long road of a beautiful coming-of-age story and all of the little facets and factors made me want to continue the journey. If you're no stranger to my reviews, you know that I’m more interested in character-driven stories since I tend to connect with the characters first. But in this instance it was the opposite.

Top 5 Opening Lines – Top 5 Tuesday

Hey Bookwyrms! I’m so excited to participate in Shanah’s (Bionic Book Worm) Top 5 Tuesday! If you’d like to check out the different prompts for May and participate, click here. This week's prompt is super interesting since I often forget how important opening lines are for books! It's your first introduction to a story, an author … Continue reading Top 5 Opening Lines – Top 5 Tuesday

Top 5 Worst Rulers – Top 5 Tuesday

Hey Bookwyrms! I’m so excited to participate in Shanah’s (Bionic Book Worm) Top 5 Tuesday! If you’d like to check out the different prompts for May and participate, click here. So I was a bit worried about this prompt because apart from obvious antagonists, I usually like rulers in books. Let's see where this leads us! … Continue reading Top 5 Worst Rulers – Top 5 Tuesday

Beach Read – Book Review

The Great: Of course I’m going to say the romance! It was everything I needed and nothing I expected. As the story progressed, I became so invested in seeing January and Gus (Augustus) unravel themselves to each other. Revealing layers, years worth of past and present pain, happiness, and confusion. But ultimately finding that connection to each other that was beyond just physical chemistry. Which trust me they had buckets and buckets of.