Saturday, July 29, 2023

In My Mailbox #612

Another Saturday. This week have been pretty crazy. Ugh. I finished the book I was reading last Sunday, so yay for that :) Haven't started anything new just yet, trying to take it easy. My cold left, sort of. But my bumps might have gotten infections, so I'm feverish and not doing so well. Sigh. Might need antibiotics on Monday. So rude. I had a hospital visit this week; tests were good, thankfully :) But oh, it was the longest day with swimming and shopping and eating. Ahh. I'm still exhausted, ha :) But ohh. I have started taking daily walks again, finally. Been so long without. It's good for me, ha :) I have also played more Pokemon Go this week, which is the best. Love my new plus +, haha. But yeah. I am also so very tired these days. Which sucks. Shall spent my evening today watching movies. <3 I saw the final episodes of The Witcher. I love it, but a bit meh. And now it is over, I guess? With the main actor gone, replaced, it will not be the same at all. Ugh. Hope they change their minds. Hmph. Anyway. I maaay have gotten too much mail this week, ahh! All the books. <3 Love. All the SDCC pop figures, oops :) A couple of new posts. I shared my review of Find Him Where You Left Him Dead :) This week I'm waiting on The Hemlock Queen. <3 Ohh. Also. I'm seeing Barbie tomorrow and I cannot wait. <3 Have you seen it? Hope you are all doing well :)

Silver in the Bone. Eeee. The regular US hardcover, ha :) I'm collecting all the editions; just a few more :)
The Pearl Hunter. Had to order this and a few more from Amazon, as my pre-orders never arrived. Rude.
A Breath of Mischief. At last managed to get a copy of this stunning book. <3 It is such a gorgeous cover.
Shinji Takahashi: Into the Heart of the Storm. I'm excited to read this series one day soon :) So so pretty.
Animal Crossing. 2024 calendar :D I love these so much. I peeked. It finally has Sasha! Ahh! Love it. <3
A Crown of Ivy and Glass. Norwegian bookstore didn't get my pre-orders. Devils. Had to get it elsewhere.
Silver in the Bone Owlcrate. This was way too expensive. But the book is gorgeous. Meh about the items.
Night of the Witch + Forest of a Thousand Lanterns. Eee! A lovely ARC trade with Sara :D Thank you. <3
Any Way the Wind Blows. US paperback. I still haven't read past book one. Oops. But I have them all :)
Pikmin 4. Okay. I'm not going to play this game for a while yet, oops. No time. But still so excited for it :D

Panini cards. Stranger Things and Encanto and Jurassic Park. I had to buy these. Love these cards :D
Funko Europe. Oh. Help? I got all the SDCC exclusives that I wanted, eee :D Ha! Ten pop figures, one soda, one wallet. Sigh. I love them all so much. Eee. Frodo and Raptor are my favorites. Love my Stitch.
Pokemon. New map to hold my newest trading cards, ha :D I love it. And Pokemon Go Plus + :D Love!
Bukowski. Eeee. Had my hospital visit, and airport was full of my favorite plushes. Sigh. I so love these.

More Instagram photos here. <3

Wednesday, July 26, 2023

Waiting on Wednesday #614

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

THE HEMLOCK QUEEN (The Nightshade Crown #2)

Goodreads Description:

In the second installment of New York Times bestselling author Hannah Whitten's lush, romantic epic fantasy series, a young woman who can raise the dead must navigate the dangerous and glamorous world of the Sainted King's royal court. 
The corrupt king August is dead. Prince Bastian has seized the throne and raised Lore—a necromancer and former smuggler—to his right hand side. Together they plan to cut out the rot from the heart of the sainted court and help the people of Dellaire. But not everyone is happy with the changes. The nobles are sowing dissent, the Kyrithean Empire is beating down their door, and Lore's old allies are pulling away. Even Prince Bastian's changed. No longer the hopeful, rakish, charismatic man Lore knows and loves, instead he's reckless, domineering and cold. 

And something's been whispering in her ear. A voice, dark and haunting, that's telling her there's more to the story than she knows and more to her power than she can even imagine. A truth buried deep that could change everything. 

With Bastian's coronation fast approaching and enemies whispering on all sides, Lore must figure out how to protect herself, her prince, and her country before they all come crumbling down and whatever dark power has been creeping through the catacombs is unleashed.

Format: 400 pages, Hardcover
Expected Publication: April 11, 2024 by Orbit
Pre-Order: Blackwells and Amazon US and Amazon UK

I know. This is cheating a little, ha :D As I haven't read book one yet. Oops. But I own a bunch of copies of it. So I will be reading it. I just.. got a little scared, when I saw that it has a love triangle. Ugh. So. Has anyone read it? Is it bad? Ahhh. Still. I love this author. And I will read these books :D Love this cover. <3
What are you waiting for on this swift Wednesday?

Sunday, July 23, 2023

Review: Find Him Where You Left Him Dead by Kristen Simmons

This was a book I had to read as soon as I could. As I have been a fan of Kristen for many years now and would read anything new by her, despite being a few books behind, oops. And this new one looks awesome and sounded spooky. But oh. I have some mixed thoughts about this. In one word: disappointed. I expected more.

I'm not sure how to write down my feelings. I'm sadly giving it two stars. I had truly hoped to love it. Was expecting to love it. But did not. That is disappointing to me. This review of mine is not going to be very positive, but I also did not hate this book, which was a plus. Will do my best to share my honest thoughts about all of it.

But where to begin. I have so many thoughts yet not sure if I will be able to share them all, ha. The book was pretty short. And yet it took me a long time to read this. Beginning with the writing. I did not like it. At all. Which hurt my heart. It's a story told from several point of views, which I must admit to not actually liking. Oops. But my biggest issue with this was that I did not care for a single one of them. And the writing just made me care less, I guess. It all felt a little weird. I will say that I think this book would have been better if it had been set in an actual fantasy world. Probably just me. As I do not like contemporary stories at all. Well, most of the time. I have read a few books I loved. But most of the time I do not like reading about our world and school and all that. Ugh.

I think that is why I had issues with the writing. Was too much from our world that I just did not care about at all. I was more interested in the other world they would end up in. Was so excited about the scary parts and the boy they left behind. But I was disappointed by that. I was not scared one time. Not a single time. Which do hurt my heart as I was truly expecting to love this story. Sigh. It may just be me, though. Yeah. For me, it was not enough. The scary scenes were too tame and too boring. I just wish it had been more.

Okay. So. This book tells the story of five teenagers, seventeen years old. Four years earlier they played a game in a cave. One of them never came out. After that, they fell apart. They were best friends before. But not any longer. We get to see a little bit of their lives now. Madeline is a swimmer. Emerson dropped out of school and is playing games. Owen is in the school plays. Dax is alone and not doing so well. Ian was the one left behind, probably dead. They do not know. And told everyone else that they did not know.

I think this is one of the things that bothered me most. How they were supposed to be such great friends. Yet one of them went missing in a cave. They did not look for him. And then they were not friends at all anymore. Felt weird to me and made me not like any of them. Oops. Only one I did like was Dax. Maybe Owen too, sometimes. But yes. Dax was my favorite. And of course he was the one who had secrets and a terrible backstory. How rude. Yet pretty exciting as well, the one part of the book I truly enjoyed reading.

This story is about the four of them being told to come back to the cave to play before dawn. To try to get Ian back, or he will be gone forever and they will be too. It seemed creepy and exciting. Then it just was not. Sigh. I'm not going to say too much about this plot, as it was pretty short and it is best to read about it yourself. It is based on different Japanese stories, which I liked a whole lot. The history of everything felt well done, I just did not care too much about the story, sadly. Like the summary says: a little like Jumanji.

They end up in a different world, somewhat. They meet an old lady who tells them the rules of the game. Mostly. They need to complete seven challenges before dawn and survive to leave together. It will not be easy. I wish I had found it all to be more exciting. Sigh. Some of these challenges were a little creepy, like the skin guy. But it was also just too tame. I wanted more action and more pain and more hurt. I wanted to care for the characters. I did not. They were getting closer again, I guess. I did not see it. I did not care.

I'm not going to say much more, though I have so many more thoughts. Oops. Shared too much already. Anyway. I was not at all happy with the ending. My favorite character did not have a good one. How rude. But it also very much set up a second book. Which I have not seen anything about, so really hoping that will come. Because, yes. Even though I did not love this one, I still want to read a second book, haha. It felt like only half the story. But I will say that the history of the place they end up in was pretty interesting.

Find Him Where You Left Him Dead was an interesting book to read. Not scary to me. But was still pretty exciting at times and I wanted to know more about the history of everything. I just. Did not care. Which is why I did not like this book very much. But I am positive that others will love it. And I still think you should all give it a try. I was lucky enough to trade for a stunning ARC copy of this book. And I will still be getting my pre-ordered hardcover as well. As I so love this cover. And this author. So yes. Go pre-order this too.

Goodreads - Blackwells - Amazon US - Amazon UK

Saturday, July 22, 2023

In My Mailbox #611

Ohh. New week gone by. I have been slow to read, but at last finally reading a book, ha :) Hoping to finish it tomorrow. <3 I have just been pretty exhausted this week. The summer heat went away. I'm hoping for a few more nice days this coming week. Fingers crossed. I did get some most wonderful mail this week, though. <3 But I'm sick again. Ugh. And I hate it. I'm so very tired of being sick. Sigh. Trying to get past it, though, ha. Just also so tired. This week I'm waiting on Lightningborn :) Hoping you are all doing well. <3

Divine Rivals. Eee! Thank you to Emma for trading with me :D Fairyloot edition. It is gorgeous. Oh. I love it so. The two art cards I bought from someone on Vinted. I loved this book so had to have these, haha :)
Fourth Wing. Okay. I decided to buy this because of everyone. 10th printing, hahaha. Reading it one day.
Silver in the Bone. UK paperback edition, ha :D This book was the best. Of course I'm getting them all. <3
Funko Europe. New order. Oops. Love the Corpse Bride :D And a creepy clown, haha. Love them all. <3
Miraculous Ladybug. I had to share about this stunning Marinette doll that I bought. It is simply stunning :)

More Instagram photos here. <3

Wednesday, July 19, 2023

Waiting on Wednesday #613

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.


Goodreads Description:

In a world in the clouds where only the rich own dragons, a poor boy named Remy finds a wild baby dragon—believed to be extinct—and becomes the focus of an evil pirate’s vengeance.

REMY spends his days trying to survive the mean streets of Cutthroat Wedge—one of the many islands floating in the gravitational pull of the magical Maelstrom raging below. But his life changes forever when a violent storm brings a baby dragon to his doorstep, and he feels a bond he has never felt with anyone. Remy names the dragon Storm and vows to protect this new friend, no matter the cost. 

GEM longs for the day when she call herself a true mage. That is, if she can convince her teachers and peers that just because she’s a princess doesn’t mean she’s lazy and spoiled. But when Gem learns that the floating islands that make up her kingdom are rapidly sinking into the Maelstrom, she makes it her mission to save her world. Against the king’s wishes, she accesses forbidden research and discovers the secret to saving humanity may lie in a True Dragon—a dragon capable of intelligent thought and able to cast and use magic. But True Dragons are extinct . . . aren’t they?

Remy’s and Gem’s lives will never be the same when their fates collide, thanks to Storm. With an evil pirate mage named Jhaeros determined to claim the rare dragon for himself, the two must learn to trust in each other as they team up with a shifty pirate captain and her crew, stand together against impossible odds, and embark on the adventure of a lifetime.

Format: 336 pages, Hardcover
Expected Publication: April 2, 2024 by Disney Hyperion
Pre-Order: Blackwells and Amazon US and Amazon UK

Isn't this cover just beautiful? :D Eee. I love it. And I think this book sounds amazing. <3 I have been a fan of Julie for years and years now. I am behind on reading her books, but I own all of them, I think, ha :D And so, of course, I will be getting this new middle grade one too. I think this sounds pretty fantastic. <3
What are you waiting for on this magical Wednesday?

Saturday, July 15, 2023

In My Mailbox #610

Another week gone by. This one has been craaaazy. Been sitting outside in the sun for hours every day :) We had three days with super warmth and warm wind and ahh. It was wonderful. But it also sucks, ha, as it is so hot inside too. Ugh. But over now. Still a little warm, but not the same. Aaaalso. I have Taylor Swift Eras tour tickets for London next year, eee :D For August. And I'm so excited. Gosh. Learned that I could get accessible disability tickets for Wembley. So I got those. Took forever and ever to call and buy them. It was not easy. But I managed it and I love my seats. Can't wait to go back to London, ha. Been too many years since I was there last. Excited for shopping, haha :D Also my very first concert. I so wish she would come to Norway. But she isn't. So I'm coming to her, lol. Too excited. <3 Anyway. I haven't read anything this week. But starting a new book tomorrow and I can't wait :) Got some stunning mail this week too. So many books. Ahh. And more pop figures. Oops. Help me, ha. I buy way way too much. Oops. This week I'm waiting on Ruthless Vows :) Hope you are all doing well. <3 And hope you have a great summer too :)

Animal Crossing. Oh. This one is huge. And heavy. Save me. But it is gorgeous. Eeee. It is precious. <3
City of Ashes. New collector's edition. <3 Of course I had to buy it, haha :D Just so love all these books.
Dragonfall. I have followed this author for a while on twitter and I am so curious about this book of hers :)
Brightly Woven. I have no idea what this is about; graphic novel. But getting all Alexandra books, haha :)
The Isles of the Gods. Australian edition. It arrived all kinds of banged up. Ugh. I am disappointed. Rude.
Lore. Eee! Fairyloot edition :D I bought this one from a seller in Norway. I just had to have it. Loved it so.
The Storm Crow + Wicked as You Wish + Furyborn. Bought these Fairyloot ARCs from a Norway seller. I may have bought them to try to trade them, haha :) Already own Furyborn. <3 Curious about the others :)
Find Him Where You Left Him Dead. Eee! Thank you Megan for trading with me :D Very excited for this.
Silver in the Bone. Ahh! Thank you so much Anna for trading with me :D UK ARC. My love. My precious. It is perfect. And sampler! And pre-order pin! Ahh! So stunning. I so love the paper art she included. <3
Beth Revis Swag. Eee! Another Patreon reward. <3 Beth is the best. Sigh. Love this gorgeous swag. <3

Funko Europe. Yeah. More pop figures. Oops. I just had to buy all of these, ha :D Love the new Peter Pan ones. <3 Love the spooky countdown. Needed it, haha. Love the new Snow White. All are adorable.

More Instagram photos here. <3

Wednesday, July 12, 2023

Waiting on Wednesday #612

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

RUTHLESS VOWS (Letters of Enchantment #2)

Goodreads Description:

The epic conclusion to the intensely romantic and beautifully written story that started in DIVINE RIVALS.

Two weeks have passed since Iris Winnow returned home bruised and heartbroken from the front, but the war is far from over. Roman is missing, and the city of Oath continues to dwell in a state of disbelief and ignorance. When Iris and Attie are given another chance to report on Dacre’s movements, they both take the opportunity and head westward once more despite the danger, knowing it’s only a matter of time before the conflict reaches a city that’s unprepared and fracturing beneath the chancellor’s reign.

Since waking below in Dacre’s realm, Roman cannot remember his past. But given the reassurance that his memories will return in time, Roman begins to write articles for Dacre, uncertain of his place in the greater scheme of the war. When a strange letter arrives by wardrobe door, Roman is first suspicious, then intrigued. As he strikes up a correspondence with his mysterious pen pal, Roman will soon have to make a decision: to stand with Dacre or betray the god who healed him. And as the days grow darker, inevitably drawing Roman and Iris closer together…the two of them will risk their very hearts and futures to change the tides of the war.

Format: 448 pages, Hardcover
Expected Publication: April 30, 2024 by Wednesday Books
Pre-Order: Blackwells and Amazon US and Amazon UK

Eeeee. I am, of course, dying for this one, ha :D I do prefer the UK cover for Divine Rivals. So I cannot wait to see what the UK cover will look like for this sequel :D So excited. Of course, this one sounds all kinds of heartbreaking and I am not at all ready for it. Ugh. But can't wait, ha. I'm hoping it will end well :)
What are you waiting for on this ruthless Wednesday?

Saturday, July 8, 2023

In My Mailbox #609

I'm too sleepy. Gah. I have been spending some days this week outside in the sun, all day. <3 Today as well. I'm too tired. How rude. But I'm loving sitting outside. I love the heat, finally. Sigh. Love that we have gotten many summer days this summer, ha :D And next week will be hotter, eee. I'm excited, ha. I read a book this week too, which I loved. <3 Sigh. And I got a whole bunch of awesome mail. Eee. I have been doing a whole bunch of trading lately :) Many arrived this week. <3 More to come, ahh :D I'm so so very excited, haha. This week I'm waiting on Her Radiant Curse :D And shared my review of Divine Rivals. <3 I'm trying to get Taylor Swift tour tickets on Monday. <3 Disability. Wish me luck. Hope you are all good :)

Silver in the Bone ARC. Oh. The gorgeous. The perfect. Best trade. Love this precious. Sigh. Best book.
Gilded + Cursed UK ARCs. AHH! My precious :D I am so happy to have traded for these. <3 Love them.
The Luminaries UK ARC. Eee. Another trade. I know. I have not read this book yet. Oops. But so excited.
The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding. I'm working on getting all books by Alexandra I have missed, ha :)
Funko Europe. Uhm. Yeah. More pop figures. Oops. But those Peter Pan sodas were too cute, ahh :D I had to have them, ha. Love the cooler bag. Was not happy with getting Peter as a chase/shadow. Rude.

More Instagram photos here. <3

Thursday, July 6, 2023

Review: Divine Rivals by Rebecca Ross

A friend recently told me to read this book. And so I had to buy it. I had missed hearing about it before then. And it hurts my heart to know I almost did not have this book in my life. Because, gosh. I loved it so very much. Five stars. And that cover is the prettiest. Eee. But now my heart is broken, waiting for book two. How rude.

I'm honestly not sure how to write this review of mine. I feel out of words. I just know how much I loved this story. How stunning the writing was. How very adorable those two main characters were. How amazing the romance was, once it got started. How brutal it was to read about the war that was happening. Just. I loved it all.

It's so difficult to decide what to share about the plot of this book. Well, where to start. It takes place in the past, I think. But not our world. It is a world that had gods. Two of them have woken after sleeping for centuries. One, a god of music. One, a god of death and war. I think. We learn a little about them, about all the myths. I liked reading about it. Because of these gods waking up again, there is a war. And that we learn a whole lot about in this book. It was both awful and awesome to read about. This is the story of eighteen-year-old Iris Winnow. It begins with her older brother going off fighting in the war. Iris staying at home with their mother. Supposed to stay in school. But five months pass and life is not the same. She has dropped out of school and now works at a paper, writing articles. Trying to feed herself and her mom.

This book begins a little slow. But I did not mind. I so liked getting to know Iris and her life. I did not like her mother. I suppose she was good, before she started drinking and throwing away all their money and things. She should have been taking care of Iris. Instead Iris is taking care of her. I so did not approve. Of course, this ends badly, and that was heartbreaking, to be honest. I so enjoyed reading about Iris working at this paper. Though her boss was not nice at all. Ugh. But I liked the other people that she worked with.

Especially Roman Kitt. Sigh. The most precious boy. Okay, Iris hated him. And he appeared to hate her too. Which was not actually the case and oh, how I loved reading from his point of view, to know all his secrets. Sigh. He was the very best. At first they are enemies. Working at the same place, both trying to win a promotion only one of them will get. Always competing. That slowly starts to change, as they start spending a little time together. And it was so good. Sigh. But then Iris leaves. Because her mom dies. Oh.

And so this story changes. Iris goes to the war, to be a correspondent. To try to get closer to her brother, who has not written her a single letter since he left five months before. But she wrote to him. And that is another plot of this book. The magical letters. She wrote him letters on her typewriter, and pushed them into their wardrobe. They disappeared. She hoped her brother was getting them, but he never responded. Until someone else does, a while before she leaves. That is Roman. Eee. She doesn't know it, but he do.

That was a plot twist that I both enjoyed and not, haha. The magical letters were written well and I loved that. I loved reading what they wrote to each other. Sigh. It was sweet and fun too. But it did hurt my heart that Roman knew it was Iris from the start, but she did not know it was him. Not for a while. He was falling for her both ways, in letters and in person. And she was slowly falling for two different people. Or so she thought. That hurt. But it was not written badly, not truly. It was not cruel. And so I did not mind that much.

We get to know so much about Roman Kitt. About his awful father and all he wants from him. About his very adorable nan, ha. About his dead little sister, which was way too heartbreaking to read about. I loved reading about this boy. He was the sweetest. I loved reading about his growing relationship with Iris. It did begin as hate. All they did was annoy each other while they worked at the same place. Until her mother died. And she decided to leave her home. And Roman was left behind. For a while, that is. Ha. I loved it.

There is much to know about Iris too. I loved how gentle and sweet she was. Yet fierce. Reading about her arriving at a new place was all kinds of great. She is grieving. But she is so strong too. And getting to know Attie and Marisol was great too, she needed those close friends. I loved reading about this war. It was evil but written so good. So much happens. Iris have to see a lot, though not that many brutal things. And then Roman arrives too. He followed her. He left his whole life behind for her. Oh, that hurt my heart.

Of course, Iris does not know that Roman is the boy she is writing letters with. That complicated things. Sigh. But it did not take too long before she figured it all out. And that hurt too. Gosh. But it was so good after it, eee. The romance finally happened. And it was the sweetest. Oh. How badly I wanted these two together. How amazing it was when they were together. How badly it hurt to read about Roman being hurt in the trenches, when they visited there. Shudders. Just. This book was too precious to me. I loved it so.

And now I have written way too much about this story. And have still not really said what it is about. But not going to write more either, ha. Just sharing my love for this book. And my love is big. But I now need every copy there is, and that will not be an easy thing to find. How rude. Divine Rivals was perfection to me. The writing was gorgeous and the characters were too precious. I am so happy that I read this book. Well. Mostly. That ending was all kinds of cruel. I must have the second book now. Hmph. Do read it too.


Wednesday, July 5, 2023

Waiting on Wednesday #611

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.


Goodreads Description:

From the New York Times bestselling author of SIX CRIMSON CRANES comes a tale of two sisters—one as beautiful as the other is monstrous— who must fight to save each other when a betrothal contest gone wrong unleashes an evil that could sever their bond forever.

One sister must fall for the other to rise.

Channi was not born a monster. But when her own father offered her in sacrifice to the tiger witch, she was forever changed. Cursed with a serpent's face, Channi is the exact opposite of her beautiful sister Vanna—the only person in the village who looks at Channi and doesn’t see a monster. The only person she trusts.

Now seventeen, Vanna is to be auctioned off in a vulgar betrothal contest that will enrich the coffers of the village leaders. Only Channi, who’s had to rely on her strength and cunning all these years, can defend her sister against the cruelest of the suitors. But in doing so, she becomes the target of his wrath—launching a series of vicious gladiatorial fights, a quest over land and sea, romance between sworn enemies, and a choice that will strain Channi's heart to its breaking point.

Weaving together elements of The Selection and Ember in the Ashes with classic tales like Beauty and the Beast and Helen of Troy, Elizabeth Lim is at the absolute top of her game in this thrilling yet heart-wrenching fantasy that explores the dark side of beauty and the deepest bonds of sisterhood.

Format: 384 pages, Paperback
Expected Publication: August 29, 2023 by Hodder & Stoughton
Pre-Order: Blackwells and Amazon US and Amazon UK

I own two books by this author; Six Crimson Cranes and the sequel. But I have yet to read them. Oops. And even so, I pre-ordered the special waterstones edition of this book. Oops :) I just think this looks so gorgeous. Sigh. And sounds amazing too. I think I will love the books by this author. Fingers crossed. <3
What are you waiting for on this radiant Wednesday?

Saturday, July 1, 2023

In My Mailbox #608

Ohh. New week already. How rude. I have spent days outside in the sun this week too, eee. <3 Though right now it is freezing. Brrr. Hope we get some sun and heat back again soon. Hmph. I also re-watched season one and two of The Witcher this week :) And saw the first part of season three. Which I loved. <3 But rude that I have to wait a month for the last three episodes. Ugh. Got a bit of lovely mail this week :) And waiting on more awesome. Oops. I'm just so tired right now. I think I'm getting sick, as everyone in this house have just been sick. I don't want it. But yeah. Feeling a little awful already. Hmph. This week I'm waiting on With a Little Luck. <3 I shared my review of Arch-Conspirator :) And I also know what I'm reading next too, so that's good. Hoping to start it in the next few days. I hope you are all doing wel. <3

The Iron Vow. I'm so behind on these books, ahh. But I so loved The Iron Fey books back in the day. <3
Silver in the Bone. The international paperback edition, ha. <3 I must have all the editions of this one :)
Funko Europe. I know. More pop figures. Oops. Love the cocaine bears, ha :D So adore the new Stitch.

More Instagram photos here. <3