His & Hers || A story told from his, hers and the killers perspective

* This review does not contain any spoilers* First published:  July 28th, 2020Format I chose:  AudiobookPages:  304 (US Hardcover)Genre:  Mystery | Thriller Anna Andrews finally has what she wants. Almost. She’s worked hard to become the main TV presenter of the BBC’s lunchtime news, putting work before friends, family, and her now ex-husband. So, when someone … Continue reading His & Hers || A story told from his, hers and the killers perspective

Book Beginnings Battle #10 || Which of these first lines do you prefer?

Book Beginnings is a weekly meme hosted by Gilion @Rose City Reader. The idea is to share the beginning of a book each week. But I'm not just sharing some first lines today, I made it my own thing: the Book Beginnings Battle. Because why not make a fun little game out of it?  I'm going … Continue reading Book Beginnings Battle #10 || Which of these first lines do you prefer?

Top Ten Tuesday #34 || 2020 Releases with autumnal covers

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jana @That Artsy reader Girl. She provides us with prompts to write a bookish list. Personally, I don't participate every week, just when I like a certain prompt or can twist it in some fun way. This week we got "books with fall colors/vibes". SO that's just what … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday #34 || 2020 Releases with autumnal covers

September Wrap-up || The month I slayed a dragon (aka finished my thesis)

Hi, how are you doing? I felt like September was gone before I could even fully register it started. Do you ever get that feeling? Most notably this month in my personal life, I finally finished my thesis! The dragon has been slayed. I can't even explain to you how much of a weight fell off … Continue reading September Wrap-up || The month I slayed a dragon (aka finished my thesis)

Book Beginnings Battle #9 || Which of these first lines do you prefer?

Book Beginnings is a weekly meme hosted by Gilion @Rose City Reader. The idea is to share the beginning of a book each week. But I'm not just sharing some first lines today, I made it my own thing: the Book Beginnings Battle. Because why not make a fun little game out of it?  I'm going … Continue reading Book Beginnings Battle #9 || Which of these first lines do you prefer?

Top Ten Tuesday #32 || Tasty Audiobooks

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jana @That Artsy reader Girl. She provides us with prompts to write a bookish list. Personally, I don't participate every week, just when I like a certain prompt or can twist it in some fun way. This week we got "Books that Make Me Hungry". I … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday #32 || Tasty Audiobooks

August wrap-up || Getting back on track

Hi, how are you doing? So... my last wrap-up was for February... let's pretend that's not a thing. To say these past few months have been chaotic is an understatement. This month I finished up my internship, which is weird. I was an intern for 6 months but in some ways, it felt more like two. … Continue reading August wrap-up || Getting back on track

Book Beginnings Battle #8 || Which of these first lines do you prefer?

Book Beginnings is a weekly meme hosted by Gilion @Rose City Reader. The idea is to share the beginning of a book each week. But I'm not just sharing some first lines today, I made it my own thing: the Book Beginnings Battle. Because why not make a fun little game out of it?  I'm going … Continue reading Book Beginnings Battle #8 || Which of these first lines do you prefer?

2020 TBR Update || Most anticipated, 2019 author discoveries, popular YA series & read or unhaul

At the end of last year, I made a few different TBR lists for 2020, all with specific goals. I made my Most Anticipated list to keep track of the new books I was looking forward to most (though it was only releases from the first half of the year). In the Author Discoveries list, I talked about … Continue reading 2020 TBR Update || Most anticipated, 2019 author discoveries, popular YA series & read or unhaul