From My Bookshelf Series

From My (E)Bookshelf: Aalayfa, Chocolate, Spell

This month I’m once again looking away from my physical shelves and addressing some of the barely started/unfinished books From My [E]Bookshelf. The one thing all three of these books have in common is that I acquired them through NetGalley (this post is not affiliated with NG). The Hood of Aalayfa Sylvia Xamanka Book one … Continue reading From My (E)Bookshelf: Aalayfa, Chocolate, Spell

From My Bookshelf Series

From My Bookshelf: Wonders, March, Book, Secret

I've talked about how many (most) of the books on my bookshelves are unread. Whether I've started them or have never opened them to the first page, there are many titles that call out to me to read them next, even as I bring a new book home from a bookstore or stack up my … Continue reading From My Bookshelf: Wonders, March, Book, Secret

From My Bookshelf Series

From My Bookshelf: Heaven, Breathe, Hancock (Choose My TBR)

This month, I've pulled three books From My Bookshelf that have two major things in common: They are Book of the Month editions I have not read them In addition to summarizing the books below and quickly talking about why I selected them via Book of the Month, I'm also asking for your help in … Continue reading From My Bookshelf: Heaven, Breathe, Hancock (Choose My TBR)

From My Bookshelf: Upstream, Lake, Ocean

In celebration of the first month of summer, I’ve pulled three books from my bookshelf that each feature a body of water in their title: Upstream by Mary Oliver, The Lake by Banana Yoshimoto, and The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman. Learn more about the From My Bookshelf series here … Continue reading From My Bookshelf: Upstream, Lake, Ocean

From My Bookshelf Series

From My (E)Bookshelf: Curse, Failsafe, Nyxia

This month I'm looking away from my physical shelves and addressing some of the barely started/unfinished books From My [E]Bookshelf - and more specifically, those that have been on my Kindle app for quite a while. The Bone Curse (Benjamin Oris Book 1) Carrie Rubin MEDICINE HAS NO CURE FOR EVIL... Ben Oris, a pragmatic … Continue reading From My (E)Bookshelf: Curse, Failsafe, Nyxia