When I started out blogging as Bookstogetlostin, I read and reviewed a mix of nearly everything. My first review – in June 2015! god I’m old – was for Laura Bates’ Everyday Sexism and there was no theme to my reviewing so to say. I wanted it to be Books to get lost in but 3 stars or less reviews were far more often.
So. eBooks. Ages ago, before I got into blogging, I didn’t like eBooks at all. I only read print books and even though I got quite a few from my library, the shelves in my bedroom at my parents’ home were overflowing.
I was prepared to be disappointed.
Simply because I love Lila Mina’s Temper Series so much. So obviously I will compare every other book of hers to that high standard.
Read an excerpt of Give and Go and enter the giveaway for book one of the Wold Cup Series: Yellow Card!
Last year I had some resolutions for 2021, that… weren’t really put into action. But this doesn’t mean it has to stay that way, so.
I was really excited and hopeful about The Facts and Legends of Callie Catwell. An asexual lesbian romance? Seriously, sign me up! I was also excited about her dad being the one who battles an eating disorder.
Maybe the following queer magical books can help you escape reality for a little while.
I started out not liking it and I ended up being sad it’s over. So reading kinda was a rollercoaster ride.
his book left me feeling dirty and going through my notes now and reading which parts I “highlighted” that feeling is back. I don’t even know where to start.
The story is great, the characters are even greater. The romance is… well, not lacking, because it’s just so damn realistic?