Recommending 19 One-Word Title Books

Recommending 19 One-Word Title Books

Whateverathon is coming back next month. Like a few other readathons I’ve participated in, there is a prompt on the Bingo boards for a one-word title. I remember a time where I would struggle to come up with ideas for this prompt. Either the books I found were in genres I didn’t want to read, or just didn’t sound interesting. Here are a few books I recommend you check out and consider reading.

Review: The Burning Sea

Review: The Burning Sea

So many moments in this book were uncomfortable. Not a bad uncomfortable. The kind of uncomfortable where you just know things are going to go so far sideways.

The Queen of Blood by Sarah Beth Durst

The Queen of Blood by Sarah Beth Durst

This is written like it’s supposed to be plot-driven, but you can guess what will happen. The twists come from acts, that seem out of character. These moments pull you out of the story. This is probably an unpopular opinion since most reviews I heard about this book were great. I was excited to read the book finally but then had these moments pull me out of the book. This is one series I won’t be continuing.

Audiobooks for Running

Audiobooks for Running

When you go running, they say you should listen to music with somewhere between 120 to 140 beats per minute. This should help you keep a good cadence throughout your run. However, I much prefer listening to audiobooks when I run. Music makes me want to dance, and this could mess up my running cadence…

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Ambitious May TBR

Ambitious May TBR

When I was picking what to read this month, I wasn’t paying attention to the number of pages. I now have regrets of what I have chosen. Somewhat. While I don’t have much hope of getting through anything more than 2 of these books; I still hope I will be able to make time to read all these because I really want to read them all. Together though, with what I have left of the one book carrying over from previous TBRs, these books total 2457 pages.

April Wrap Up

April Wrap Up

April was an okay reading month. Whether you count by pages, or books though, February was still better. I’m hoping I can get the groove back that I had in February, because I had fun that month. But here we are now in May, and I can’t go back and tell myself to put down…

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Dewey’s Readathon | April 2022

Dewey’s Readathon | April 2022

I love participating in Dewey’s readathon because of the great community feeling around reading. It’s also very chill. There’s no reading goal, unless you give yourself one. I can’t say how many times now I’ve participated, because it’s been a while. Even when I wasn’t necessarily posting here or on YouTube, I was participating in this readathon. I’m very excited to get started.

Sunday Post 94: New Favorite Author

Sunday Post 94: New Favorite Author

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly over on the Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news of what happened in your live, what’s coming up on your blog, or recap posts shared.

A Blade So Black by L. L. McKinney

A Blade So Black by L. L. McKinney

Summary The first time the Nightmares came, it nearly cost Alice her life. Now she’s trained to battle monstrous creatures in the dark dream realm known as Wonderland with magic weapons and hardcore fighting skills. Yet even warriors have a curfew. Life in real-world Atlanta isn’t always so simple, as Alice juggles an overprotective mom,…

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