Behind the Bookstagram – Depth Shots

Behind the Bookstagram –..

Posted June 9, 2018 by ReadandWander in Bookstagram / 2 Comments

Happy Friday Wanderers! I have been experimenting recently with some different shots for my bookstagram and shared my process. I received a lot of positive feedback so I decided to turn it into a blog post! So (figures crossed life cooperates) I hope to share some of my bookstagram tips and tips 1-2 times a […]

The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter | Review

The Strange Case of the Alchem..

Posted June 2, 2018 by ReadandWander in Reviews / 2 Comments

My Thoughts I tried. I really, really tried to get into The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter. I absolutely love classic literature, especially all the Victorian horror and monster stories. The first time I came across this book was while I was traveling in March, and I almost picked it up then. So when […]

A Court of Frost and Starlight | A Plot Less Review

A Court of Frost and Starlight..

Posted May 30, 2018 by ReadandWander in Reviews / 0 Comments

My Thoughts So the other day I realized I had not even attempted to write a review of ACOFAS. Not because I was mentally crafting a brilliant review. I just simply forgot… Yes… I just FORGOT a story by Queen Maas. And I should say that ‘story’ is used loosely here. This is a little […]

Top Ten Tuesday: Roaring 20’s Slang We Need To Bring Back

Top Ten Tuesday: Roaring 20..

Posted May 29, 2018 by ReadandWander in Top Ten Tuesday / 0 Comments

Happiest of Tuesdays Wanderers and Bibliophiles! So I have this running list of all the amazing blog ideas that pop into my head throughout the week… and some how the days and weeks fly by without ever bringing them to life (insert sad face with a sigh here). Well my friends, I am hoping to […]

Speak Easy, Speak Love – The Shakespearean Retelling We All Need | Review

Speak Easy, Speak Love –..

Posted May 27, 2018 by ReadandWander in Reviews / 0 Comments

My Thoughts So I have a confession… I am a bit of a Shakespeare snob. There, I admitted it. I know the difference between a monologue, soliloquy, and apostrophe (and had a few memorized once upon a time). ‘Thou’ and ‘you’ are NOT the same. Yes, I have read the sonnets. And I become incredibly […]

The Hobbit (Why The Hell Haven’t I Read This Sooner) |  Review

The Hobbit (Why The Hell Haven..

Posted May 23, 2018 by ReadandWander in Reviews / 0 Comments

My Thoughts Why haven’t I read this sooner? Wow, I remember that from the movie. Gandolf you slay me, oh master of snark! Seriously, was I living in a cave? Hey this guy’s singing voice isn’t half bad… PRECIOUS…. HOW HAVE I SURVIVED THESE PAST 32 YEARS WITHOUT READING THIS?!? Seriously though… I am truly […]

Obsidio – The Thrilling Conclusion to The Illuminae Files | Review

Obsidio – The Thrilling ..

Posted May 22, 2018 by ReadandWander in Reviews / 0 Comments

My Thoughts Why hello again chums! Once again Amie and Jay stole me away from all adult responsibilities, annihilated my heart and tossed me out the airlock. Obsidio has All.The.Feels. Like the previous books, I could not escape Obsidio despite great effort to slow down so I could savor the story. I did not want […]

Legendary by Stephanie Garber | Spoiler Free Review

Legendary by Stephanie Garber ..

Posted May 18, 2018 by ReadandWander in Reviews / 0 Comments

My Thoughts If you have read my review of Caraval, you remember that my experience was… interesting. I couldn’t stand Scarlett for half the book then unexpectedly was swept away by the magic of Caraval. This was definitely not a problem with Legendary. I found myself enthralled from the very beginning. Must.Know.What.Happens – itis hit […]

Furyborn – Fierce Start to an Epic Fantasy Series | Spoiler Free Review

Furyborn – Fierce Start ..

Posted May 10, 2018 by ReadandWander in Reviews / 2 Comments

My Thoughts Wow. Furyborn grabs you from the prologue and sets you up to be both in awe and have your heart ripped into pieces the entire ride. It was like seeing a train derailing and being completely unable to stop it. The story starts in one of the worst moments in the characters lives, […]

ISAN – Dystopia, Rebels, Assassins Oh My! | Blog Tour

ISAN – Dystopia, Rebels,..

Posted May 9, 2018 by ReadandWander in Blog Tours / 0 Comments

    ISAN by Mary Ting Series: International Sensory Assassin Network Series Publication: May 1st, 2018 The world has changed. Scientists warned it would happen. Meteors devastated the Earth. World Governments developed plans to help surviving citizens. The United States disbanded and salvageable land was divided into four quadrants—North, South, East, and West—governed by The Remnant […]