Welcome back to Ace Of Bens! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Some way, somehow, I’ve read over fifty books already this year, so I figured I ought to start posting reviews again. Today I’m back with a review in the form of a few thoughts that stood out to me in the days after […]
Welcome back to Shattering Stigmas! Today we welcome Julian Winters, author of The Summer of Everything, to talk about his books, keeping a balance between the good and the bad in fiction, and, of course, mental health! Q: Welcome to Shattering Stigmas! Let’s start by talking about your books, particularly your newest release The Summer of […]
June 2020 is over which means it’s time to wrap up. I read six books(!!) and posted five blogs which I think is pretty good for someone trying to come back during an energy-draining pandemic.
From the characters to the setting to the simple fact it’s a story about hockey, there’s a lot I loved about Check, Please! Book 1: #Hockey. If you haven’t read it yet, come here and I’ll give you 6 reasons why you should put it on your TBR (or bump it up if it’s already there!)
It’s been one heck of a Pride Month this year, hasn’t it? Let’s do some celebrating by hyping up sci-fi and fantasy books by trans authors!
I was tagged by Delly @ Dellybird to do the Stay at Home Book Tag, originally created by Madison @ Princess of Paperback!
It has been over seven months since I last made a Top Ten Tuesday post! This prompt was a fun one to come back with because I got to look back through books I’ve read and remember how each started.
April was such a weird month for reading. I picked up so many books and lost focus after the first chapter or two, but I managed to finish six books!
I’ve been gone from blogging for a while, but I’ve been reading a ton! Now that I’m back, I thought I’d catch you all up on what I’ve been reading in 2020.
I knew I was going to enjoy Tarnished Are The Stars, but I didn’t realize I’d love it this much! Rosiee Thor does an awesome job of crafting a world that you want to learn more about and characters that you’d follow through anything.