January Reading Wrap-Up & February TBR

Hi everyone! This post is a little belated, but hopefully it's not too late to post about some books I read in January and plan to read in February! One of my main aims this year is to stay on top of my ARCs, read and review them on time and also catch up on … Continue reading January Reading Wrap-Up & February TBR

6 Books With Magical Doors

Hi everyone! Today's post is all about fantasy books with magical doors as it's a theme that I adore. Out of the 6 books featured, I have read 4 of them, all of which I really enjoyed! 1) The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern One of my favourite books of 2019, I had super high … Continue reading 6 Books With Magical Doors

Series Review: Wayward Children by Seanan McGuire

Hi everyone! To celebrate the release of "Come Tumbling Down", the fifth book in the amazing "Wayward Children" series by Seanan McGuire, I have decided to do a full series review! (Feel free to scroll down if you just want to read my thoughts on the newest release.) Thank you, Tor Publishing for gifting me … Continue reading Series Review: Wayward Children by Seanan McGuire

Anticipated LGBTQ+ 2020 Books: February Releases

Hi everyone! Last month I started a blog series where I shout about some anticipated LGBTQ+ 2020 books, link to January releases click here. Today's post is all about the February books! (Link to my Twitter thread below if you want even more 2020 queer books) https://twitter.com/bookish_heights/status/1194713538184568833?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1194713538184568833&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fbookishheights.wordpress.com%2F2019%2F11%2F19%2Fanticipated-lgbtq-2020-books-january-releases%2F 1) Wranglestone by Darren Charlton Gay MC M/M … Continue reading Anticipated LGBTQ+ 2020 Books: February Releases

My Favourite Underhyped Books That I Read In 2019

Hi everyone! Long-time no upload! One of my new year bookish goals is to be more consistent with posting, as I still have not learnt the art of juggling Twitter, Instagram, blog, mental illness and life all at once, and I'm not sure I ever will! To all the people & bloggers out there that … Continue reading My Favourite Underhyped Books That I Read In 2019

Diverse Books: November Reading Wrap-Up

Hi everyone! I'm a little behind with my blog posts and that's because I have been so focused on my mental health recently and trying to get better, that everything else has sort of taken a backseat! But I asked on Instagram if you folks thought it was too late to post a Nov wrap-up … Continue reading Diverse Books: November Reading Wrap-Up

Anticipated LGBTQ+ 2020 Books: January Releases

Hi everyone! Due to the popularity of a Twitter thread I posted recently (see below) I decided to catalogue all my most anticipated 2020 book releases into a series of blog posts! I will be cataloguing each book by release month, so first up are all the queer books (that I could find) releasing in … Continue reading Anticipated LGBTQ+ 2020 Books: January Releases

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern (5-Star Book Review)

Hi everyone! It' been so long since I've dedicated a whole blog post to one book review, but as my most anticipated 2019 release, this book deserves it. Title: The Starless Sea Author: Erin Morgenstern Rating: 5 stars Rep: POC & gay MC, M/M relationship, queer side characters. "A boy at the beginning of a … Continue reading The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern (5-Star Book Review)

October Reading Wrap-Up

Hi everyone! Here is my October review copy/ARC wrap-up. I had a pretty good month overall and I'm extremely grateful to all the publishers and authors who kindly gifted me these books in exchange for honest reviews! I hope you all had an amazing October and have an even better November! Let me know what's … Continue reading October Reading Wrap-Up

Recommendations: Dark/Creepy/Horror LGBTQ+ Books!

Hi everyone! I'm a chicken and don't tend to read that much horror, but I really wanted to share some LGBTQ+ creepy books for this Halloween season! I haven't read all of these, but I will mark the ones I have read with my rating & review, if applicable. I can't actually vouch for the horror/creepy/dark … Continue reading Recommendations: Dark/Creepy/Horror LGBTQ+ Books!