Fairyloot Box: Things Are Not What They Seem

I got this Wednesday night, but decided to post today because I really didn’t want to post later. It also took me a day, with trying to pass my NEWTS, to take photos. The following is my reaction to getting it, immediately after I got it:

It is here! Oh my gosh it is here! When I picked it up it rattled and I didn’t know what that meant. I was really afraid something broke, but nope! We are all good! This box is also amazing. August has been a great month for book boxes. This time we get two photos because so many of these things are changeable or reversible.

August 2019 Fairyloot Box: Things Are Not What They Seem

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YP – B1: Finale – Chapter 36

238 Days Until Deliverance and The Uncertain End (part 2)

Evester sat playing cards with Crass, Phil, and Rayda. They weren’t playing seriously, for if they were Evester would have lost by this point.

“So what is the plan?” Crass asked as he tossed a card out.

“We get in and —“ Evester started.

“No.” Crass shook his head cut off Evester and Evester didn’t know if it was because he played the wrong card or if his plan was defunct. They were trying to teach him to be better at this game, after all, not that their lessons ever stuck.

“The ultimate plan.” Phil elaborated, throwing out his own card showing that Evester may not have made a mistake after all. “The big one.”

“We need to restart the space program. Get the public approval to do so. I would like to get my father back, as I don’t think he’s alive.” Evester answered as he watched Rayda look over her cards. He then thought of how they would transfer his father’s body… They’d figure something out, and that part of him that held out hope for his father’s survival clashed with his general knowledge of the world and instinct.

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YP – B1: Finale – Chapter 35

238 Days Until Deliverance and The Uncertain End (part 1)

From what Heia understood, there were formal and informal entrances into Valaria. Most of the informal ones had been blocked off due to what happened in Arcadia with the Tower rising up. The other “informal” entrances were sewage and air exits. Most dealt with amazing feats of strength and dexterity that most of the children would never be able to attempt in the small allotted time that they had. In general, most people would not be able to enter through the methods. However, it was through these “informal” entrances that the others could move back and forth, getting the DNA of the children, their names, their pictures, and more details to add them into the databases of the city. 

They were creating all new identities for the children. 

Or at least that was how Evester explained it when they had all gotten to their new temporary home at The Limit. 

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Heart of a Dragon: Unicorn Crate

I saw that Unicorn Crate was doing this theme and against my better judgement (does it exist? I’m not entirely sure sometimes), I bought it. I bought it and thought that it couldn’t be bad if it was theme about dragons. I was right. It is amazing. I love everything in this box and I hope that others had a similar experience with their boxes. This box is everything.

August 2019 Unicorn Crate: Heart of a Dragon

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End of Month Reading Update

Hello all! I think today is as good a day as any to post thrice. I want to talk about a few things.

First off, Book boxes.

I should get my Fairy Loot box today. Probably. Two, I will be getting the Queen of Nothing book box from Fairy Loot — mostly because I really like the idea of it.

Two, Newts

As of today I have six books left. This is actually a lot but the goal is to get one of them done today. I am freaking out that I will not finish in time. It’s a massive freak out really. Because I had eight left last week, but then three more as extras, for a grand total of 11. Four of these books are from Wicked‘s series. AKA long. Wish me luck. I have four days to pull this off.

Three, Tea Post

Sorry about not posting the second tea post for January yesterday. I simply… forgot to finish taking pictures of all the teas. It’ll be here today!

Until Next Time,


Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Want to Own

” Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. ” I found this challenge/activity through the blog Kitty Marie (https://kittymariebookreviews.home.blog/) and I thought it would be a fun thing to try. Since I am so often without without a clue as to what to post over the course of the week. Without further ado…

“August 27: Books I’ve Read That I’d Like In My Personal Library (perhaps you checked it out, borrowed it from a friend, received it for review, etc. and want to own it yourself.) (Submitted by Annemieke @ A Dance with Books)  “

You may be surprised, but I can answer this question. Surprisingly… Without any particular order (well except for 1)

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December 2018 Teas

I decided to give you all the teas I have gotten in the recent months, from my tea box subscription that you can be sure I will be continuing (if money permits). I have my tea box subscription through sipsby.com. One of my closest friends bought me the subscription for Christmas, and my life has never been the same again (I have so many teas). January will come later this afternoon at some time.

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