“Sunny Nwazue lives in Nigeria, but she was born in New York City. Her features are West African, but she’s albino. She’s a terrific athlete, but can’t go out into the sun to play soccer. There seems to be no place where she fits in. And then she discovers something amazing—she is a “free agent” with latent magical power. And she has a lot of catching up to do.
Soon she’s part of a quartet of magic students, studying the visible and invisible, learning to change reality. But just as she’s finding her footing, Sunny and her friends are asked by the magical authorities to help track down a career criminal who knows magic, too. Will their training be enough to help them against a threat whose powers greatly outnumber theirs?” —Goodreads
Hey there avid readers! I’ve been staying true to my goal. Well, waking up early has been a challenge, always so hard to wake up in the morning. But I have been working out! My lower abdomen and thighs still feel sore from my workout Monday night. Progress. And I have been making time to do more reading at least. Three books that are about to expire. Gotta get to those soon.
Hey there avid readers. I hope everyone is having a wonderful day. Another month’s means another poll for you to cast your votes and choose the book of the month for July. So check out these titles below and vote for your favorite upcoming title, author or book cover. Oh, and don’t forget to check out this month’s winner. Remember, the winner will get a featured book review. Vote here on Qzzr or by clicking the link below. Continue reading Book of the Month Poll – July 2017→
With Voldemort dead and gone, Harry Potter’s life hasn’t gotten any easier. As an overworked employee of the Ministry and a father of three, his life is as hard as ever. But not only for him. The past is creeping on the Potter’s, especially on his son Albus, and on their journeys, they must each come face to face with the darkness around them.
In the aftermath of The Storybook of Legends, the school is in upheaval. It is Royals against Rebels, those who don’t want to follow their preordained destinies and those who want to live Happily Ever After in their safe, predictable lives. For Raven Queen, she just wants to live her life, not be the leader of the Rebels, and for Apple White, who wants everything to go back to normal; she can’t seem to figure out how to be a leader at all. And when all the madness puts Madeline Hatter in jeopardy, the two must find a way to bring everyone together to save their best friend.
The votes are in and (surprise, surprise) the winner of the July Book of the Month Poll is Harry Potter and the Cursed Child! Woo! Now this was my vote because I’m a Harry Potter super fan (proud Slytherin and Thunderbird) and for many of you this was your choice. Now if you didn’t vote for your book or promote it enough, let me know if you still want me to review a particular novel and I’ll add it on my to-read shelf. As for everyone else who voted for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child I will try to have the review up as soon as possible. Continue reading Book of the Month – July 2016→
Hey there avid readers and book lovers, another month means another book of the month poll where you get to vote on what novel you believe should be the book of the month for July. If you want your favorite to win, remember to share and encourage others to vote. You can leave your vote in the comments section with just the title of the vote, likes on the comment will not count, but replies mentioning which novel you would like to win do. You can also head on over to Pollcaster by clicking the link here or on the picture below. Here are the selections for this month: Continue reading Book of the Month Poll – July 2016→
Hey there readers! I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend. I am. Been working a lot and reading a lot and really just enjoying everything that is going on in life. Nothing crazy has happened as of yet, but the summer is young, who knows what can happen. Anyway, here is my weekly reading list, something to help you readers figure out what to read next. Happy reading. Continue reading Weekly Reading List #46→
Hey there readers, I know it’s been a while since you’ve seen one of these. Work had me on in the mornings leaving me exhausted at night. Let me tell you, I was too exhausted to write, or blog, or do anything really, and when it came to reading, my eyes would just close up at night and I would pass out. It also didn’t help that I got sick last weekend. I swear I had no idea I was sick and then Monday night and all of Tuesday I had a not so fun fever. It was unfortunate. But I’m getting back into the swing of things. Continue reading Weekly Reading List #45→
At Ever After High, fairy tales are real, based on students’ decisions to sign the fabled Storybook of Legends and take on the roles of their ancestors, to be the next generation of Snow Whites, Prince Charmings and Evil Queens. They don’t have a choice, just a destiny that will determine their lives, forever. But Raven Queen doesn’t want to be the next Evil Queen, she doesn’t want to sign the Storybook of Legends. But there is cost that could mean both the end of her story and her life. Continue reading Powerfully Entertaining | Review of ‘The Storybook of Legends’ (Ever After High #1)→