Top Ten Tuesday: First Ten Reviews I Wrote- A Walk Down Memory Lane

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by  Artsy Reader Girl’s Top Ten Tuesday. This week we are taking a walk down memory by remembering the first ten reviews we wrote! From the very first to the tenth:


Nostalgia Saturday: Updated Arc Review (originally posted: July 2018)Wicked King by Holly Black



ARC Review of Heartbreaker by Claudia Dey


Rule Cover

WOW (not in the good way unfortunately) Wednesday: ARC Review of Rule by Ellen Goodlett 



ARC Review of The Sacrifice Box by Martin Stewart: Four out of Five Stars



Arc Review: Buried Beneath the Baobab Tree by Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani with Afterword by Viviana Mazza


echo room

ARC Review of Debut Novel Echo Room by Parker Peevyhouse



ARC Review of A Room Away from the Wolves by Nova Ren Suma: 4.5 Stars


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ARC Review: For a Muse of Fire by Heidi Heilig: FIVE STARS


The Disasters


ARC Four Star Review of The Disasters by M.K. England

8 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: First Ten Reviews I Wrote- A Walk Down Memory Lane

    1. They really are… especially because most of the book blogging world does them. I didn’t do it last week because of Gerard Way’s bday and the announcement of Umbrella Academy getting a second season but 95% of the time I join in!


    1. Thank you… I hadn’t thought about which one was my favorite after time had past. My first instinct is the Wicked King, of course… as far as adult book goes… Heartbreaker was a kick! LOL


    1. Thank you for asking 🙂 At the time I was still working in education full time and wanted to talk to those who were reading YA (mostly, I do review adult books here and there although I think that whole division is becoming a complete mess but that is another story lol) as readers, because they enjoyed reading and not just for the sake of teaching the books etc.. Somewhere to discuss books as readers and not educators. I will admit the educator in me does come out sometimes because that is in engrained in me but it never over takes the joy of reading or discussing books through that lens. It is sad to me that the biggest complaint teachers have against making curricula more relevant to their students is that they don’t know books or want to read what is coming out. If they don’t love reading, how will they instill it in their students?


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