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ARC Review: Of Cages and Crowns

Genre: YA Fantasy Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Once I realized that Of Cages and Crowns by Brianna Joy Crump was a fantasy novel where The Hunger Games meets The Bachelor, I was a little skeptical. That being said, it ended up surprising me more than I expected. Every generation ten girls are marked by the goddess andContinue reading “ARC Review: Of Cages and Crowns”

Book Review: Secrets So Deep

Genre: YA Mystery, YA Suspense Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ When I saw the cover of Secrets So Deep by Ginny Myers Sain, I thought it would be the perfect book to celebrate this spooky season. As a whole, it was pretty good, but not necessarily great. The book follows Avril, a young woman who attends a theatre/summerContinue reading “Book Review: Secrets So Deep”

Book Review: Enduring Freedom

Genre: YA Fiction Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Whenever an author sets out to write a book, they usually have a goal in mind of what they want the reader to take away from it. Jawad Arash & Trent Reedy tackle an immensely emotional topic, and most certainly achieve their goals of showing readers what life was likeContinue reading “Book Review: Enduring Freedom”

Book Review: Not Here to Be Liked

Genre: YA Romance Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ You know how there are some books that slightly incorporate feminism into the story and other books that take it 1,000 times further and feminism takes over the book? Well, Not Here to Be Liked by Michelle Quach definitely falls into the latter category, and I’m all for it! ThisContinue reading “Book Review: Not Here to Be Liked”

The Grace Year Book Review

Okay, so you know that whole process you go through when you decide to read a widely popular book? It usually starts out with seeing seemingly endless posts on social media about how great a particular book is. You start off by maybe thinking the cover is interesting and by the thousandth time you’ve seenContinue reading “The Grace Year Book Review”

Don’t Miss Out on This Book

Hello fellow bibliophiles! As we start the month of April I hope you all have a fun list of books you want to read this month. Over the years I have started reading more new releases and I was eventually asked to read and review ARCs (Advanced Reader’s Copies) for a local indie bookstore. ThisContinue reading “Don’t Miss Out on This Book”

It’s Been A While

Obviously I didn’t keep up with Biased Bibliophilia as I had planned, but I’ll pick up where I left off. Just a general update of where I’m at in my bibliophile life: I am participating in 4 challenges this year, including the Diversify Your Reading Challenge and the Words and Whimsy Three Degrees of DifficultyContinue reading “It’s Been A While”