Bookish Musings: Top Ten Female Characters from Books I Read in 2016

Yay, time for another character post! I do so love these, guys. Except, unfortunately, I didn't seem to find very many female characters I loved this year. I really don't know why I struggle so much to find female characters I like. Well, I suppose part of the problem could be that I read a lot of M/M fiction and therefore read about females less, proportionally speaking, but never fear, I still...
 

Book Review: Zoraida Grey and the Family Stones (Zoraida Grey Book 1) by Sorchia DuBois

Zoraida's grandmother has always taught her about magic, but it's not until Granny sends Zoraida to Scotland, to visit relatives she never knew she had in order to steal a healing stone, that she realizes there's a lot Granny never told her. Once in Scotland, Zoraida and her best friend, Zhu, find themselves surrounded by betrayal, family intrigue, and witches far more powerful than they...
 

The Weekly Update: 10/9/16

So I pretty much spent my week preparing for Hurricane Matthew (which thankfully didn't end up hitting us here) and then being exhausted from all the preparation, so I really don't have much to talk about. It's funny though how, as a kid, I never wanted anything serious to happen but always wanted the hurricanes to come close enough that school would be canceled (we don't have snow days here, we...