I am so honored to have been nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award by one of my favorite blogs Fiction No Chaser! This award “is given to bloggers who are positive, inspiring and bring some sunshine into people’s lives.” Thank you so much for the recognition, Jess and Teagan, and I hope that you all … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award
Welcome to Words & Screen, a new series at Reader Voracious that dives into film and television adaptations of some of my favorite books. I am really excited to begin this series with a look into one of my favorite books The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood, and I hope that you find this mostly spoiler-free analysis as fun and interesting … Continue reading Words & Screen: The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
I AM SO EXCITED! Season 2 of The Handmaid's Tale is available tomorrow, April 25! (view trailer here) As one of my all-time favorite dystopian novels and a lover of speculative fiction and sci-fi, I wanted to put together a Recommended Reading List in celebration of season 2 - so I took to Goodreads and narrowed it down … Continue reading 8 books to read if you love The Handmaid’s Tale
3.5 stars WOW. Furyborn by Claire Legrand drew me immediately into a story that spans one thousand years in a world where angels do not have humanity's best interests at heart and prophesy is coming true. Continue reading
Happy Friday, voracious readers! Welcome to my first Bookish Banter post, which are discussion posts here on Reader Voracious Blog. This series of posts can be where I talk about my favorite books or ask the community for feedback on a topic; today is one of the latter! I have always preferred physical books, and absolutely … Continue reading Bookish Banter | eReader Recommendations!
Hello voracious readers! I saw this meme posted over on Naty's Bookshelf and just had to do it too! If you are anything like me, you rate a lot of books - and Goodreads uses those in part to recommend books to us. I'll admit that I don't really use the GR recommendations, but maybe I should! … Continue reading How Well Does Goodreads Know Me?
This is a powerful book that sucks you in its first page. Song of Blood & Stone is really well written and delves into very important topics of race, privilege, power, corruption, and a refugee crisis without over burdening the fantasy story. Continue reading
I have read this book a handful of times and always find myself gravitating toward it when I want something light and entertaining. The Reapers Inc series definitely fits that bill. You may think that all the work and bull**** you have to deal with during life is over when you die... but the Afterlife … Continue reading Indie Recommendation: Looking for a fun urban fantasy series? Check out Reapers Inc by Angela Roquet
Is it really only Tuesday? It is so hard to get back into the swing of things after a fun weekend for me (I saw A Quiet Place and went to a punk festival, how was your weekend?!). Thanks so much Angelica over at @thebookcovergirls for this tag! If you all haven't checked out her blog … Continue reading 20 Questions Book Tag
4.5 stars. Wow. I am currently at a loss for words. This debut novel by Clarissa Goenawan is a book that will stay with you when you finish. Rainbirds begins with the funeral of Keiko Ishida, a young teacher that was brutally murdered late one night. The police have no leads, and her brother Ren discovers just how much he didn't know about her. Continue reading