Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt (Tiggity Tag Friday)

Hello! Welcome! The aim of the game is to find a book for each of the categories as fast as I can. I’ll be timing myself for each book, so I’ll make sure to leave a time for how long each of the categories take me. I’m not certain who the creator of this was,Continue reading “Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt (Tiggity Tag Friday)”

Anticipated Books (May, 2019)

It’s the time of the month again (one of my favourite times) where I get to fangirl over the new books I can get my grubby little hands on! So excited!! 1: AURORA RISING – Jay Kristoff & Amie Kaufman All Magnus Bane wanted was a vacation-a lavish trip across Europe with Alec Lightwood, theContinue reading “Anticipated Books (May, 2019)”

Rainbow Bookshelf Tour – Black Books (28/30)

Welcome to the Thirteenth and Fourteenth shelf of the Rainbow Bookshelf Tour! This is the twenty-eighth segment of the Tour. If you want to view the other colours in the rainbow, click here! (I know, black isn’t a part of the rainbow, but I think they’re just as important as the rest!) My name is Tash and you’ll beContinue reading “Rainbow Bookshelf Tour – Black Books (28/30)”

Book Battle Tag (Tiggity Tag Friday)

Hello! Welcome! Today, I’ve decided to do something a little different! Instead of stealing other people’s tag ideas, I decided that I want to create one. Now, in saying this, I haven’t checked to see whether or not this tag has been done before, I just know that I want to try it. So, ifContinue reading “Book Battle Tag (Tiggity Tag Friday)”

I MET V.E. SCHWAB!

I went to Supanova. I conquered the crowds and fangirled over some costumes, and it was incredible. If you don’t know what Supanova is, it’s pretty much Australia’s take on Comic-Con. It’s where the nerds join forces and rule the lands! (I mean, duh, of course). The reason I went to Supanova was not toContinue reading “I MET V.E. SCHWAB!”

Quote of the Week!

“But a knife ain’t just a thing, is it? It’s a choice, it’s something you do. A knife says yes or no, cut or not, die or don’t. A knife takes a decision out of your hand and puts it in the world and it never goes back again.” — Patrick Ness, The Knife ofContinue reading “Quote of the Week!”

I SAW SARAH J. MAAS!

I’m very privileged to say that I got to attend one of Sarah J Maas’s Australian Kingdom of Ash events the other week. I would have posted this exciting news much earlier, but all the travelling and crowds gave me the flu. Now that I’m healthy once more, let me dive into all the details!Continue reading “I SAW SARAH J. MAAS!”

Rainbow Bookshelf Tour – Black Books (26/30)

Welcome to the Twelfth and Thirteenth shelf of the Rainbow Bookshelf Tour! This is the twenty-sixth segment of the Tour. If you want to view the other colours in the rainbow, click here! (I know, black isn’t a part of the rainbow, but I think they’re just as important as the rest!) My name is Tash and you’ll beContinue reading “Rainbow Bookshelf Tour – Black Books (26/30)”

WARRIOR OF THE WILD – Tricia Levenseller (Honest Review)

Genre: Young Adult – FantasyTarget Audience: 13+ Rating: C- (61%)Goodreads Rating: 4/5 Goodreads Description:How do you kill a god?As her father’s chosen heir, eighteen-year-old Rasmira has trained her whole life to become a warrior and lead her village. But when her coming-of-age trial is sabotaged and she fails the test, her father banishes her to the monster-filled wildernessContinue reading “WARRIOR OF THE WILD – Tricia Levenseller (Honest Review)”