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aurora rising book review

aurora rising is a sci fi book cowritten by jay kristoff and amie kaufman. sci fi isn’t usually a go to genre of mine. i perhaps read one or two books a year in the genre, a handful of horror, and firmly a lot of fantasy. however, i was really impressed with aurora rising and it certainly helped me get …

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my #tbr bookshelf

thanks to becoming a part of bookstagram, finding book boxes and finding so many recommendations i’ve got a to be read bookshelf that’s absolutely full to bursting. i thought i’d make a list of my ever expanding want to reads that i actually have and need to read. a gathering of shadows and a conjuring of light be v.e. schwabi …

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moonlight crate march unboxing

oh by now i’m sure you know my thing has absolutely been book boxes and witchy things. i have always had a witchy side and i’m enjoying embracing that a little bit more. i’m also embracing my love of books and bookish merchandise. i’ve had a few homes now since moving out and they have all the basic things but …

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illumicrate ‘sparks fly’ unboxing

opening up the illumicrate sparks fly february box and the items have been worth the slightly delayed wait. i am thrilled with the contents and have an unboxing video below. if you want to sign up to illumicrate you might find my first unboxing blog post helpful as it’s full of all the info you need. what’s inside the illumicrate …

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Book Review: house of earth and blood

house of earth and blood is the first in a new book series, crescent city, by sarah j maas aimed at more adult audiences than her previous ya fiction work. the book was published and released on march 3rd 2020. i received it late in that evening and finished the book yesterday. it’s just over 795 pages long so it’s …