After writing a post on ways to get free ebooks legally, I realized that maybe some of you would rather get audibooks for free. Here are resources to find children, YA, and classic audiobooks.
YA | Contemporary | How to sum up this story in a few words. I'll go with "A disastrous read with an ending that lightly makes up for it."
Pairing first dates with books I've read depending on their vibe? That's totally something I can do ➵ Check which read was my session of dreamy stargazing, or which one I associated to amusement park adventures
Reading is quite the expensive hobby, and whose wallet has room for expensive lately? Here are three fantastic legal ways to indulge your love for reading at zero cost (other than supporting the authors with reviews). Ah- and I'm not talking about NetGalley, Edelweiss, book tours, or the Kindle and Nook apps!
After more than a week of absence, Alice resurfaces with... a tag? I'm telling you about my fav blog posts, some of my pet peeves, (a secret about me), and more!
YA | LGBT + contemporary | Quick introduction to the first book we're reading at the Just Book It Book Club. My expectations? Well-
My March TBR list is entirely based on the WHMR and includes books published before I was born, with a female villain, set over 100 years ago, by a trans author, etc.
Historical fiction (1920s) | YA | This is a cute book, but it didn't strike me as thaaat special. It was mostly fluff with good characters but not an otherworldly story. Kudos to the last two chapters, though.
Alice the Clairvoyant predicts (and gets it all wrong, most surely) her future in books! ➵ 5-star read, 1-star read, next fictional love interest, etc.
Got no self control, and I don't mean cigarettes and alcohol, 'cause when it comes to books I can't say not... ~ Original by Bebe Rexha, spinoff by me.