Name: Hetal Patel (pronounced hay-thul)
Primary goal in life: to be a professional book reviewer, eater, and sleeper
Secondary goal in life: Being an Epidemiologist and studying infectious diseases
Occupation: Grad student at Boston University
Hobbies: Reading and Dancing.
As someone who has spent her last two decades with her nose in a book, I know what it's like to read a good book and then feel that terrible feeling of not being able to gush about it to a gazillion people. So here is where I will gush while you, dear reader, will hopefully get a good book recommendation, come back, and gush with me. Alternatively, I also know what it's like when you read a terrible book and think "Why the eff did I finish that shit? Can I just be angry with someone? Come my fellow readers, be angry with me.
A couple housekeeping tidbits about the website:
1) I will almost always only review the first book in a series. Unless, a reader requests others or it is particularly good and I just want to.
2) This site primarily feature YA and NA fantasy/paranormal/fiction only. You may see a couple of mystery or sci-fi books here or there though.
3) I tend to post more reviews at the end of the month
4) if you want to contact me, it's best to add me on goodreads or email me at email@example.com
I've been wanting to start a book blog for such a LONG time, but felt too lazy too. Also, sometimes I swear a lot. A little sorry, but if that is not your cup of tea, I suggest going somewhere else. Also apologies if you find if grammar mistakes, just let me know if it really bothers you and I will change it, maybe. What I say in these reviews comes out exactly the way I'm thinking it in my mind. So no, they are not very formal and well written reviews, but what I want you, dear readers, to get out of it is a sense of whether you want to read this book or not.
My favorite books/series of all time
FaeFever series - Karen Marie Moning
Elemental Trilogy- Sherry Thomas
Heart's Blood - Juliette Marillier
Poison Study- Maria V synder
Obligatory shout out to Harry Potter because we grew up on that shit.
Keep it cool, ya'll.