The Song Request Book Tag

Ages ago, Ally tagged me in this! This is a really unique tag, so I’m excited to see how this one goes. Especially since I don’t know the songs that Ally chose!


  • Thank and link back to tagger.
  • Credit to Daniel @ Page to Page
  • Listen to tagger’s song requests! After you’re done listening to the three songs the person who tagged you has chosen, choose a book that you think best goes along with that song and tell us why you chose it!
  • Request 3 songs of your own! Give any three songs (and your corresponding book choices that think go well with said song) you want for your taggers to listen and respond to!
  • Tag 5 people!

Ally’s songs!

1. California by Sons of the East

I don’t know why, but when I hear it, I think of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid! Maybe because of California and that just reminding me of Hollywood. But that’s my choice!

2. Truth Hurts by Lizzo

I don’t know why, but I’m going with The Wicked King by Holly Black. Truth fucking hurt for Cardan, for Jude, for everyone. It fits. I’m going with it. Just go with it and agree with me, okay?

3. Knockin’ Boots by Luke Bryan

Ally, how could you? The one song genre that I don’t like! (Okay, I have one exception, but this is not the song. Still, I listened and I’m going with How to Make a Wish by Ashley Herring Blake. It just gives me that summer-y vibes for whatever reason.

My choices!

I’ve been in a big top hits mood this summer, so a couple of my choices will be from that! But, I’m also going to pick that one country song that I like because I guess I have to.

1. Bad Guy by Billie Eilish

For me, this gives me major Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin vibes. I have a feeling that Lou would really appreciate Billie Eilish.

2. Sucker by The Jonas Brothers

Okay, I’m going with The Air You Breathe by Frances de Pontes Peebles for this one. The MC was such a sucker for the love interest and ugh. It fits. Trust me. Don’t trust me? Read the book and agree with me.

3. Up On the Ridge by Dierks Bentley

Totally gives me that Old Gods vibe with American Gods by Neil Gaiman. I can just picture them getting high up on that ridge, dancing and singing. It’s a great song for it.

I tag:

Virginia | Karen | Amanda | Sofii | Kaya

No pressure on any of you! I just found this tag super fun and unique!

WWW Wednesday | 8/21

Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Top Ten Tuesday

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm and revived by Taking on a World of Words.

All you have to do is answer the following questions.

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you finish recently reading?
  • What do you think you’ll read next?

Currently reading

American Psycho

Still reading this one! Really enjoying it, as usual. It’s a good one, although not for everyone.

We Speak in Storms

I received this one for a blog tour I’m doing in September. I’m trying to get through as much of it as possible before my school year starts up!

His Hideous Heart

I started this on Monday and I’m already blown away by it. It’s not going to take me long to read because there are only 13 stories and then the rest of the book consists of the actual Poe stories so you can read the retellings and the originals.

These Witches Don't Burn (These Witches Don't Burn, #1)

Finally getting to this one! I’m really excited to dive in and see what it’s all about. It looks like it’s totally going to be up my alley.

A Treason of Thorns

Another one that I’m excited to get to! I love that cover and the book sounds soooo interesting.

Just finished

Like usual, I’m not going to do pictures for this section! Too much work for me, tbh.

Another good one from Rule! This one will be posted in a few hours on here, so stay tuned!

I posted this one on Goodreads only, so the review for it is here. Probably the best book I’ve read about the wives, but it felt like old news to me.

I didn’t like this one as much as I wanted to. Which makes me sad. My review will be posted on here on the 24th!

Y’all, another sequel I didn’t like as much as I wanted to. I gave it 2/5 and my review is only on Goodreads, but here’s the link!

If y’all are going to read any true crime novel that’s by someone who solves crime, this is one to go to. It was amazing. My review will be up on the 23rd!

This was good, but not great. I wasn’t blown away. I gave it 3/5 and my review is here.

A reread for me! I really enjoyed it still and my review will be up on the 26th!

A good thriller. I think this is a great airport/travel book. I enjoyed it, but I wasn’t in love with it. My review is on Goodreads, so click here!

I didn’t like it and I’m very sad about that. Review will be posted on the 26th as well!

I liked this true crime book. It was very interesting and I loved how it focused on the detectives who solved this rather than Rader. My review is on Goodreads, so you can click here!

I reread this one and… I didn’t like it as much as I did. 2/5 and my review is here on Goodreads!

Next up

Admittedly, most of these are ARCs that I need to finish up in the next few weeks. Whoops.

The Grace Year

I’ve heard awesome things about this one, so I’m hopeful that I love it.


This is something that I’ve been thinking about doing. And when I saw this on Netgalley, I totally knew that I needed to get it.

The Tenth Girl

I’ve heard such good things about this. Looks like a great spooky one and ugh. Going to get to this one soon!

Following in the Footsteps of Henry Tudor: A Historical Journey from Pembroke to Bosworth

Hopefully this is one that I like!

Our Own Private Universe

I really like Robin Talley, so I’m hoping that this one’s a win for me!

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What books are you reading?
What are you excited to get into next?

Top Ten Tuesday – Favorite Tropes

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018!

Ah, tropes. We love them. We hate them. But, let’s face it, we all have ones that we can’t go without in our books, right? So, here are a few of my favorites.

  • Fake dating/marriage

Okay, but this needs to happen more?? Preferably, not in a contemporary setting. I far prefer it in fantasy — which was why I loved Serpent & Dove so damn much — but I still love it. It’s probably my favorite trope. I don’t know why, but I need more of it.

  • Enemies-to-lovers

This one is a trope that I love when it’s done well. I’ve read some books where they weren’t convincing enemies. Or, I’ve read some with the lovers not really convincing me either. But, when it’s done well, it’s so amazing. Like in The Wicked King. That blew me away and damn is it good.

  • Friends-to-lovers

Another one that I enjoy when done well! It doesn’t necessarily have the same issues that enemies-to-lovers has, but I really have to be convinced that they’re friends first.

  • Sassy sidekick

Gotta love the sassy sidekick. Granted, I love anyone who’s sassy, but if you don’t have a sassy sidekick, what are you doing with your life? I mean that seriously, too. Try to think of a fantasy book that doesn’t have one. I’ll wait.

  • Antiheroes

Antiheroes are, like, the best. I love those morally grey characters. Whenever I think of this trope, I always bring Jorg to mind. If you haven’t met him, he’s the MC in Prince of Thorns by Mark Lawrence. Boy is he shitty.

  • Likable villain

I feel like this goes with antiheroes, but I mean this as a villain that you don’t want to like, but you do like. Maybe they’re funny. Maybe they’re quirky. Either way, they are solidly the villain in the story but you still kinda like them.

  • “Villain” who goes through a big change and switches over

I call Wicked Saints to mind with this one. The person that the “good” MC hates and sees as the villain has a change of heart and realizes that what they believe is wrong and joins them. Gotta love that trope. Even if it is wordy.

  • All-knowing narrator

I always think of The Book Thief for this one. I love a narrator who has their own mind and who does their own thing, but knows everything and is telling you about it all. It’s a great trope, although, like some of the others, it can get really annoying when it’s not done well.

  • Magic school

I can’t not have this on my list. Harry Potter would be left out. But, also, I read Magic for Liars and that had it in there as well, with a unique twist that more reminded me of The Magicians with how dark it was.

  • Character with a *~dark~* past

Last but not least. That one character who has a super dark past that they don’t want to talk about. Bonus points if they keep reminding the reader they have a dark past by dropping hints. This one, I love and I hate. Like, it’s annoying when I hate the characters because I want to throttle them and scream at them to spit it out. But when I like the characters, I want to coddle them.

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Do we share any favorite tropes?
What are yours?

First Lines Friday | 8/16

First Lines Friday

First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words. What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines?

  • Pick a book off your shelf (it could be your current read or on your TBR) and open to the first page
  • Copy the first few lines, but don’t give anything else about the book away just yet – you need to hook the reader first
  • Finally… reveal the book!

June 18, 1937
Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary

Jean-Bernard and I left Munich early this morning to sunshine and outstanding views of the mountains. Was so full of fine drink and finer oysters at lunch that I slept through Vienna stop. Orient Express never fails to impress.

I will say, that that isn’t the most thrilling start to a book. That kind of minute detail and talk about things that don’t quite matter.

But it did catch my attention.

Personally, I love historical fiction (which this is what it is) and it has such a feel of it being historical fiction. Like, when I read that I immediately started thinking about Dracula (hint hint for this one that involves that story). And it brought me back to reading that.

This is also a YA book that’s going to be released in September and was compared to one of my autobuy authors who writes stuff that sounds like this one.

It is…


The Lady Rogue

Yes! This story involves vampires and Dracula and is historical fiction. And it’s being said that it’s like Mackenzi Lee’s Montague Siblings series. Like, yes! I’m so glad I requested it from Netgalley and I can’t wait to dive into this soon.

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Would you read this based on the first lines?

Down the TBR Hole | 8/15

Down the TBR Hole

Down the TBR Hole is a meme created by Lia @ Lost in a Story.

Most of you probably know this feeling, your Goodreads TBR pile keeps growing and growing and it seems like there is no light at the end of the tunnel. You keep adding, but you add more than you actually read. And then when you’re scrolling through your list, you realize that you have no idea what half the books are about and why you added them. Well that’s going to change!


  • Go to your Goodreads to-read shelf.
  • Order on ascending date added.
  • Take the first 5 (or 10 if you’re feeling adventurous) books. Of course if you do this weekly, you start where you left off the last time.
  • Read the synopses of the books
  • Decide: keep it or should it go?

The Well of Loneliness

I’m definitely keeping this one. It’s lesbian fiction and I know that I want to see if I like it. Plus, I own it and it’s been on my shelves for years.

Verdict: Keep


Thanks Goodreads for having NO DESCRIPTION. I had to Google it until I found something that told me what it was about. But, it sounds interesting? But I’ve read something by Flaubert and I don’t know if he’s my kind of author.

Verdict: GO! (to maybe shelf)

Swann's Way (In Search of Lost Time, #1)

Admittedly, meta fiction doesn’t usually interest me. So, I don’t think this one will work for me.

Verdict: GO!

The Perfect Prince: The Mystery of Perkin Warbeck and His Quest for the Throne of England

Perkin Warbeck is very interesting. Usually, he’s a footnote of Henry VII’s reign (which is eclipsed by Henry VIII’s in general) and I rarely see it mentioned at all. So, I want to read something that’s about it.

Verdict: Keep

After Midnight

It sounds interesting, but when I see it’s blurbed by Koontz I get a bit nervous. That and I don’t know how well it’ll have aged.

Verdict: GO!

Shades of Grey (Shades of Grey, #1)

Yeah, this looks like it would have been my thing in 2014, which was when I added it. Now? I’ve been Fforde a try and I don’t think he’s for me.

Verdict: GO!

Catherine the Great: Love, Sex, and Power

This is more recent than the other Catherine the Great biography I’ve read. It sounds a bit more updated, which is something that I like the sound of.

Verdict: Keep

A Royal Passion: The Turbulent Marriage of King Charles I of England and Henrietta Maria of France

I’ve read a little bit about their relationship, but not much. But I think it’d be an interesting read because this is an interesting period in general.

Verdict: Keep

The Fears of Henry IV: The Life of England's Self-Made King

I’ve never read anything about Henry IV. I think that it’s time to remedy that.

Verdict: Keep

The Romanovs: The Final Chapter

Massie is a great Russian historian. However, whenever I see his name I think about how old the thinking in the book might be. But, still, it sounds interesting because it focuses on finding the bodies and the DNA that proved we finally found all of them.

Verdict: Keep

Last TBR: 1536

Books kept: 6

Books removed: 4

Current TBR: 1530

What can I say? I have a weakness for historical nonfiction.

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Talk to me!
What genre do you have a hard time purging?

WWW Wednesday | 8/14

Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Top Ten Tuesday

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm and revived by Taking on a World of Words.

All you have to do is answer the following questions.

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you finish recently reading?
  • What do you think you’ll read next?

Currently reading

As usual, you’re going to see just how many books that I read at once. And, believe it or not, all of them are new! I read all the ones that I was working on last week.

American Psycho

I didn’t mean to, but I jumped into a buddy read for this one! I’ve wanted to reread this for ages. My original can be found here! It’s a good book, but not for everyone.

Doctor Sleep (The Shining, #2)

I’m slowly easing back into horror (if you can’t tell) and this is one I really want to read. I read it back when it first came out, but it warrants a reread! My review is here, but it’ll get updated by the time I reread it.

To Be Taught, If Fortunate

I was surprised by getting this ARC! So, I had to bump it up on my reading list. I’m enjoying it and I know I’ll finish this one really soon since it’s a very short novella.

The Wives of Henry VIII

I’ve really started loving Antonia Fraser and I’ve had this book on my shelf for a long time. I think it’s going to be good. She has some very defined goals for this book and I want to see how well she meets them.

Lust Killer

I’ve been dying to read this book for a while and they happened to have it available as a downloadable audiobook. Snatched it up!

Just finished

This list is going to be long. Sorry, my friends. Let’s just get it over with. I’m not going to post pictures of the covers this time!

I did finish this one! My review will be on the blog on the 17th. Another fantastic addition to this series.

Another one I finished! And, if you stick around a few hours, you’ll get to see this review. Totally blew me away and I’ll be recommending this for ages to come.

I finished this in record speed, but the review will be up on the 18th! It was just as good as the first one for me.

I didn’t like it. I gave it 1/5 and the review is only on Goodreads, but I’ll link it here for anyone who wants to read it.

I read this over two days because I knew that I couldn’t handle the subject matter. I didn’t want to read it over the span of a week or something. I had to get it done ASAP. And I did. 4/5 and my review is only on Goodreads, but I’ll link it here.

No review and no rating. I gave it a try and didn’t like it. Basically, I read a chapter and could tell that this one wouldn’t be for me.

Omg, I read this in less than 12 hours. It was… amazing. The review will be up on the 18th as well, but in the afternoon!

I wanted to like this one but it really didn’t happen. The story didn’t work for me. I basically outline that much in my Goodreads only review, which is also here.

I read this one for Chantel and the NEWT challenge. It was very good. 4/5 and my review is here on Goodreads.

I’ve been meaning to read this for ages and finally have done just that. But it wasn’t really what I was looking for. 3/5 and the review is here!

This was a reread for me because I was in the mood for some Austen. Enjoyable! Still a 4/5 for me and my review is only on Goodreads, but here’s the link.

Up next

Alright, here we are. What I’m thinking about reading next, which might change since I have a ton of library books right now that I need to go through and purge. Oops.

Mother Knows Best

This is going to be an interesting one. I think once I finish To Be Taught, If Fortunate I’ll dive into this one. I’m getting geared up to read all the ARCs I have.

His Hideous Heart

I’m super excited for this one. I’m a big Poe fan and I really want to read this one. It’s going to be so much fun.

Gideon the Ninth (The Ninth House, #1)

I really want to get to this one soon. I’ve read that it needs a lot of time dedicated to it. So, probably one of the first I’ll be reading to get through before the hell that is school starts up.

The Garden of Eden

I’m not a big Hemingway fan, but when I read this book in 2013, I really enjoyed it. I want to see if I feel the same way now! Fingers crossed, right?

Talk to me!
What books did you just finish?
What are you really excited to pick up next?

Top Ten Tuesday – Book Characters I’d Love to Be Besties With

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018!

Book besties. We all want them desperately. And I know I have a fair few. When I was drafting this, I kept wincing to myself at how many kept coming up and that I was going to have to limit it. Here are a fair few of them!

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  • Fred and George Weasley

My fellow Aries! I’d love to be friends with them. They are, in a word, hilarious and amazing. We would be great birthday buddies, too.

Serpent & Dove (Serpent & Dove, #1)

  • Lou le Blanc

Hilarious? Check. Bit of an Aries? Check. Stubborn as hell? Check. Slightly rash? Check. Lou and I would get along well in real life because I loved her in that book.

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  • Death (The Book Thief)

Gotta be specific, right? Either way, Death was one of my favorite characters from the book. He was so poetic and human. I’d love to be besties with him. And terrify everyone in the process.

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  • Mr. Darcy

Mr. Darcy is me and I am Mr. Darcy. Someone I can be awkward with and vaguely rude, especially without realizing that we’re being rude.

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  • Elend Venture

My baby Elend. I think he’d be fun to be around because he’s honestly pretty funny and also reads a lot. Totally here for someone who reads a lot.

Jade War (The Green Bone Saga, #2)

  • Wen

Wen is a side character in this series, but Jade War cemented my love for her. She’ll do anything for her friends and family. Once you have her trust, you have it forever. And I love that in friends.

A Study in Charlotte (Charlotte Holmes, #1)

  • Charlotte Holmes

Charlotte was a complex character. She was fantastic, too. I loved her smarts — I’d love to listen to her talk — and her personality. I bet she’d be a lot of fun, and she needs all the people possible to help her work through her trauma.

The Lady's Guide to Petticoats and Piracy (Montague Siblings, #2)

  • Felicity Montague

I need more aroace friends. So if any of y’all are aroace (or just ace) you need to hit me up so we can chat more. And I love Felicity’s passions. She’d teach me a lot and I definitely need that in my life.

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

  • Evelyn Hugo

As I need more aroace friends, I also need more Slytherin friends. And Evelyn is the Slytherin we all need in our lives. I think she and I would get along pretty well.

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  • Cardan Greenbriar

Finally, Cardan seems like he’d be a fun friend. Maybe not fun for me as a human, but he knows how to have a good time. And to plot hella good.

Talk to me!

Do we share any book besties?
Who would you choose?

First Impressions Friday | The Monster of Florence

Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Top Ten Tuesday

First Impression Friday will be a meme where you talk about a book that you JUST STARTED! Maybe you’re only a chapter or two in, maybe a little farther. It was created by J.W. Martin.

Based on this sampling of your current read, give a few impressions and predict what you’ll think by the end.

This is my first time doing this tag! I really like the idea of it and, today, I want to talk about The Monster of Florence.

The Monster of Florence

I mentioned in WWW Wednesday that when I hear about this book, I think of Hannibal. That’s because the series — books, movies, TV show (but the TV show is the best) — makes it out that Hannibal himself was actually the Monster but it could never be tied to him because he’s too damn smart. So, that’s basically all my exposure to the case.

Right now, I’m a few chapters into it. It’s definitely not bad, but I’m not sure if I’ll like it. It jumps around a lot in time. One chapter is about the case. Another is about some random bit of Florentine history. Another chapter is about a random person. That makes it hard for me to figure out the timeline, people, and what’s going on in general. It doesn’t help that I’m not super familiar with the case.

Right now, I can see this going a few different ways. Either I’ll read Wikipedia to catch myself up on the case and reference it throughout or I’ll give up on the book. I don’t know if I’ll rate this one very highly, even though it’s, by this point, a true crime classic. It’s compared to The Devil in the White City, which I didn’t like (my review), and I can really see why it’s compared to that. And not in a good way for me.

Talk to me!
Where are my fellow true crime addicts? What did y’all think of this one?
What book(s) have you just started?

I Should Have Read That Book Tag

Not too long ago (for once!) I was tagged by Hamad @ The Book Prescription to do this tag! If you’re not following this blog, you really ought to!

But, there are many books that I should have read. Many of them I haven’t read, but let’s see what books come up with these questions.


  • Thank the person who tagged you and link back to their post
  • Link to the creator’s blog ( in your post
  • Answer the questions below
  • Tag 10 others to take part

A book that a certain friend is always telling you to read

How to Make a Wish

I don’t know how long Chantel’s been yelling at me to read this. But, what I know is that she really loved it and here I am going to check it out.

A book that’s been on your tbr forever and yet you still haven’t picked up

Twelve Angry Men

Right now, this is the oldest book I have on my Goodreads TBR! I don’t know why I haven’t picked it up because I know it’s a play so I can read it in a day.

A book in a series you’ve started but haven’t got around to finishing

Red Sister (Book of the Ancestor, #1)

I read the first book in April but, alas, it didn’t stick. I swear I’ll read it later this year. Maybe November.

A classic you’ve always liked the sound of but never actually read

Tess of the D'Urbervilles

I don’t know why, but I’ve always found this classic super interesting. Yet I’ve never read it. I don’t know why, but wow I feel like this tag is calling me out on my shit.

A popular book it seems everyone but you has read

A Court of Thorns and Roses (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #1)

And I want to say this with absolute certainty: I will never read this. Period.

A book that inspired a TV /film adaptation but you haven’t read yet

The Body

I’ve watched the movie, but never read the story! One day, I will. I think it might be required King reading.

A book you see all over instagram/twitter but haven’t picked up yet

The Ten Thousand Doors of January

I keep seeing this one all over social media and I really, really want to read it. I already have a hold on it at the library.

I tag:

Sam | Virginia | Ally | anyone else who likes this tag!

Talk to me!
What’s a hyped book you want to pick up soon?
Which book has been longest on your TBR?


WWW Wednesday | 8/7

Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Top Ten Tuesday

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm and revived by Taking on a World of Words.

All you have to do is answer the following questions.

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you finish recently reading?
  • What do you think you’ll read next?

Currently reading

As per usual, I’m reading a few books at once! Very much on brand for me, as y’all should know by now. Some I’m expecting to finish soon and others I’ve just started. (And the ones that I’m finishing soon might be finished by the time this posts since I schedule everything!)

Sea Witch Rising (Sea Witch #2)

This just came out yesterday! And, me being me, I started it. First, because I desperately wanted to. Second, because I went out last night to be a part of the book birthday celebrations at Lawrence Public Library and wanted to have read some!

American Psycho

I haven’t read this book in years. It’s the one book that disgusts me so much that I can’t even describe it. But, I’m doing a buddy read with someone on Instagram! I figured it was time to revisit this one.

Jade War (The Green Bone Saga, #2)

I don’t know why this has taken me so long to read! I have a little over 150 pages left in this but it’s taken me forever to read. Anyways, it’s great! I love the expansion of the world and I have no clue how it’s going to end.

The Monster of Florence

Whenever I think of the Monster of Florence, I think of Hannibal. But, this book has been on my TBR forever. I’m not joking when I say that. I’m in a big true crime mood, so I decided to pick it up and see how it goes!

Serpent & Dove (Serpent & Dove, #1)

This is soooo good and I’m getting close to being finished with it. I have about 30% left, so I could finish it in a few days if I really push myself. But this book has literally all of my favorite tropes and just ugh. It’s amazing.

Just finished

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1)

  • HP series

Okay, so this is going to take some explaining. I wanted to read the illustrated copies but they’re only out so far to Prisoner of Azkaban. Then Chantel and I decided to see if I could read all of them over the weekend. And I did it. So I read seven books in three days and I get a Funko pop for it.

Shadows of Self (Mistborn, #5)

So, I finished this one Monday night. And I wish I could say that I loved it. It’s just… not as good? I want a definite, overarching plot but there is none. I want to be attached to the characters but I’m not. It just isn’t as good. My review is only on Goodreads, but I’ll link it here.

Next up

Alrighty, now some books that I’m considering to read next depending on my mood and whatever it is I finish!

Funny enough, I’m not reading any YA contemporary right now, but this is one of the books that I really want to pick up next. It’s been on my TBR for a while and now I own it, so it’s time that I go for it.

The Golden Hour

I think that I’m finally ready to read this one! It’s historical fiction that involves the Royal family. Totally my thing. And I’m interested to see if I’ll love it or hate it.

American Predator: The Hunt for the Most Meticulous Serial Killer of the 21st Century

As I said, I’m in a true crime mood. I’m just wanting to read and watch all the true crime in the world. And this one has caught my eye. So, it’s going to be one that I have to read this month!

Kingdom of Souls

As soon as I finish Serpent & Dove, I’ll move onto this one as my next ARC! It looks so good and I really can’t wait to read it.

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What are you currently reading?
What are you looking forward to picking up next?