5 Reasons to Read the Aru Shah series - Novels and Nebulas

5 Reasons to Read the Aru Shah series

The most auspicious day of this week, April 7th, has come and gone, and Aru Shah and the Tree of Wishes is finally out in the world! As a big fan of all of Roshani’s works and this series in particular, I wanted to celebrate this occasion with a post that talks about my passion for it. Let’s venture on to 5 reasons why I think this series, named the Pandava series, should be on your TBR.

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Top 10 Exciting SFF of April 2020 - Reading List by Novels and Nebulas

Top 10 Exciting SFF Releases of April 2020

It’s finally the dawn of a new month and I’m ready to say goodbye to March, which felt like a year in itself! I really hope each one of you is safe and healthy! I hope April brings with it the promise of spring (summer where I live) and new hope for the world. However, April seems to be a quiet month for new SFF releases and this month’s list isn’t as diverse as I’d like it to be. I have also decided to include middle grade and adult books in this month’s list so I can bring it to a total of ten. Are you ready to fill your TBR with these new April 2020 SFF releases?

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March Reading and Blogging 2020 Wrap-Up - Novels and Nebulas

March 2020 Wrap-Up: The Chaos Theory!

It is universally agreed that March 2020 has taken the mantle of being the worst month so far. I hope that you and your loved ones are as safe as can be during this difficult time. There is an overwhelming sense of fear and gloom but I hope to remedy some of that by lacing this post with as much hope as I can muster. Get ready to soak up all the positive vibes in my March 2020 wrap-up!

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Top 7 Middle Grade SFF Books to Read in 2020

I love putting together reading lists and especially ones that help me stay accountable in my reading life. This idea also matched up with today’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt, so today I’ll be talking about the top middle grade SFF on my 2020 TBR, some of which I’ll definitely be reading this spring. I’m a huge advocate for middle grade books, especially magical ones, because they give me a wholesome vibe and are like a comforting hug that I reach for during times of distress. If you haven’t read any middle grade but want to read something light and uplifting during this difficult phase, I think you will find this reading list helpful.

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Top 10 Exciting YA SFF Releases of March 2020

The idea of a new calendar month is exciting even though 2020 seems to be doing its best to be the worst year in recent memory. The best thing to do, in my opinion, is to lose yourself in a good book in times like this. I’m doing my best to keep my hopes up and compiling this list of new releases certainly helped with that. Are you looking for some shiny YA SFF coming out in March 2020 to add to your reading list? Strap in for a stellar list of upcoming books!

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February Reading and Blogging 2020 Wrap-Up - Novels and Nebulas

February 2020 Wrap-Up: The Law of Averages

February has come and gone like a whirlwind and as usual, I don’t intend to make any special use of the leap day. There’s a lot of overwhelming news floating around at this time and I hope that everyone has the resources to stay safe! For me, February was a really good blogging month and my reading month was slightly better than January. Let me give you all the stats-y details in my February 2020 wrap-up!

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7 Easy Tips to Write a Better Book Review

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a book blogger periodically falls out of love with reviewing books. I must admit that I’ve felt this too sometimes – like I have nothing of value to say about a book that hasn’t already been said, like I can’t truly make up my mind on how I feel about the book, keep changing my star rating and so on. If you seem to be stuck in a similar rut, read on to find 7 simple book review tips that will help you improve your reviewing skills.

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