Wizards Unite Book Tag

I’m so excited for the recent release of Wizards Unite, so I decided to make a book tag for it! As I initially made my list, I had a pretty hard time, so I decided to only choose from books I’ve read in 2019. I’ve never made my own book tag, so I hope you like it!

I absolutely LOVED The Unhoneymooners. It was such a good summer read and gave me a burst of energy to get back into my own wedding planning!

I wouldn’t want to be a seduction expert, but The Seduction Expert made me extremely intrigued by the idea of what she does. Also – can we get a hand clap for the women helping each other out, building empires by taking down horrible men?

The Belles and Everlasting Rose by Dhonielle Clayton are such beautiful novels, that I couldn’t help but be transported to Orléans. 10/10 would recommend!

Okay, so I was a little behind on starting this series, but I’m glad I waited because I binged this whole series in about two weeks and I have no regrets.

The Wrong End of the Table was a great read by a woman of color that but a humorous spin on living life in America as a hijabi. Even though I cannot relate to Ayser on a cultural level, I learned that being true to yourself and having the right mindset (and a great support system) is important when people suck and I’m going through tough things that are out of my control.

Below is a YA fantasy series inspired by Inuit mythology. It’s set to release in February 2020 and I definitely recommend reading this one!

OMG Annabell made me so ANGRY in this series. I wanted her to die a horrible, terrible death (and to stay dead this time).

I read Lest We Forget as an eARC from NetGalley. It was full of good information on the history behind the slave trade and through to the civil rights movement and some present day as well. There was a lot of information that I did not know about and was bittersweet to learn.

I thought Big Magic was a good read for me, as a creative professional. There are so many things that go through my head on a regular basis, especially imposter syndrome and feeling like I’m not good enough or I’m not doing enough. This book helped me feel like I’m not alone in those feelings but also taught me how to face those lies and keep making magic.

I read the YOU series strictly because of the Netflix show. Thriller is not my cup of tea, so I branched out a bit with this. he second book was not as good as the first, but I’m intrigued to know that the author is writing more books for this series.

Let me know your thoughts in the comments! And have you played the new Harry Potter: Wizards Unite??

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