• ✵ Book Tag | Last, Now, Next

    Please note that this post contains affiliate links. As an Amazon affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases. This means that if you make an Amazon purchase through Books by Starlight, you will be supporting this blog and its content at no extra cost to you. Thank you so much! Rules: Link back to the ORIGINAL… Continue Reading →

  • ✵ (Beautiful!) Cover Reveal│Emotional Commotion by Marisa Phillips

    Hey, everyone! Today I’m sharing about an anthology publishing soon. It’s written by Marisa Phillips, who is a young teen writer, and I promise you that the cover reveal will be spectacular! … … … … … … … … … … About the Book A whirlwind of emotions…creating a commotion in your soul. Emotions… Continue Reading →

  • ✵ Spell the Month in Books│July

    I’m trying to catch up with this challenge, but it’s not quite working. 😆 Still, thank you to Jana @ Review From the Stacks for hosting this! J – James and the Giant Peach About the Book James Henry Trotter lives with two ghastly hags. Aunt Sponge is enormously fat with a face that looks… Continue Reading →

  • ✵ Book Spotlight: Should We Tell Her?

    I somehow missed the blog tour sign-up for Lillian Keith’s amazing new book, Should We Tell Her (*cries dramatically* Lily, how could you let that happen?!). I guess this means I can’t add the blog tour graphic to my post or include the tour schedule, but you can check all of that out over on… Continue Reading →

  • ✵ Book Review: A Daydream a Day by Ivan Tu

    Rating About the Book A Daydream a Day is a collection of fifty cute drawings and inspirational poetry about growing up, defining success, and falling in love. The black-and-white, cartoon-style drawings will fully immerse readers in the daydreams of a young adult trying to make sense of life. The collection is divided into five parts—on… Continue Reading →

  • ✵ Strike Out Challenge!

    I’m doing something fun and a little different today! I found this challenge through Lifesfinewhine, and though it is old, it looked too fun to pass up. It’s a super simple challenge; I’m just striking out the ones I’ve done before and leaving alone the ones I haven’t done. Some of these are good things…. Continue Reading →

  • ✵ The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

    So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past . . . Rating My Review I feel quite conflicted about this book. I’m giving The Great Gatsby 3 stars mostly for its beautiful prose. Other than that, I have quite a few problems with this one. Don’t get me wrong,… Continue Reading →

  • ✵ Spell the Month in Books│June

    All right, I’m back with another addition to the Spell the Month in Books challenge from Jana @ Review From the Stacks! Most obviously, it’s not June anymore (it’s not even July anymore 😳), but I don’t want to skip any months. Consistency in posting is hopefully now a lesson learned! J – Just One… Continue Reading →

  • ✵ Poetry│Lonely

    For those who struggle. a room full of people,a head full of thoughts,a past full of memories,a heart full of doubt. dark nights and cold tears,fading hope, fading hope.but always she rises,again and again. with a dream that someday,someday,things will beokay. Originally from @KBuxtonBooks‘s #mondayfic on Twitter. It’s a challenge to write a Tweet-long piece… Continue Reading →

  • ✵ Book Review│Laertes by Carly Stevens

    About the Book Set in 1920s Europe, this poignant dark academia novel sheds new light on Shakespeare’s masterpiece, finally allowing Laertes to tell his side of the story. Laertes Belleforest lives two lives: a wild, passionate one with his best friends studying Classics in Paris, and a stifling existence in the Danish court where the… Continue Reading →

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