TTT: Top Ten New-to-Me Authors I Read for the First Time in 2016

This week's Top Ten Tuesday is about the authors each blogger discovered this year, and these are mine! I know I've gushed about their books a lot throughout the year, but this was the first year that I really made an effort to read diversely but not necessarily in a fashion tied to heritage months... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Tuesday – YA Characters You’d Like to Revisit in 10 Years

I'll start off by admitting that I really only have 5. That being said, I've also added a bonus 5 characters whose authors made me very happy by having the series encompass their entire lives or at least a large enough portion, beginning as young adults and some even covering their deaths and future generations.... Continue Reading →

Manners and Mutiny by Gail Carriger

Review: Loved this whole series! Find reviews for the first, second, and third book at the links. This book gives the harrowing tale of Sophoronia's last year at Finishing School. It was as fun and daring as the rest! As before, lots of great and fun characters, and great friendships. The friendship between the girls... Continue Reading →

Femme Friday – Your Next Favorite YA Series

I don't know what your next favorite YA series may be, but it stands to reason that it could be written by a woman. I'm not saying that it will be, but the "Big 3" of YA are all written by women (and are featured in this post). We definitely can't be ruled out or... Continue Reading →

Waistcoats and Weaponry by Gail Carriger

We're back at Mademoiselle Geraldine's Finishing Academy for Young Ladies of Quality and there's never a dull moment at this school. Well, not for Sophronia, who can't keep to herself. I guess it's what makes her such a promising little spy. As if things weren't already complicated enough, the world goes a little more bonkers... Continue Reading →

Curtsies and Conspiracies by Gail Carriger

This series is so much fun. I had wondered for a while if I was going to enjoy steampunk and I definitely do. It opens a whole new world to science fiction and then adding female protagonists like this really helps to make looking at the past a little more enjoyable for someone like me.The... Continue Reading →

Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger

This was my first Steampunk book and I have to say it seemed like a great introduction to the subgenre. It combines all my favorite elements and then puts them in the past instead of the future for some unexpected fun. While the story takes place in the past, there is care to neither overlook... Continue Reading →

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