Bookishly Slytherclaw is a joint collaboration between Felicia and Stephanie.
Hi there! I’m Felicia and the Slytherin half of Bookishly Slytherin. I originally started the blog as a solo project to have another outlet to share my reviews. Bringing in a coblogger was something I always wanted to do and bringing one of my closest friends in to help me was an obvious choice for me.
I’m a stay at home mom to two children, who are five and three, and have been married to my amazing husband since 2017. As a stay at home mom, I tend to have a lot of free time to read. This free time to read is sometimes doubled because of lack of being able to sleep so I tend to read several books each month.
Besides blogging and reading, my time is also spent being a moderator for TBR and Beyond. I was able to join the team in April 2018 and since then I’ve made some amazing friends and can’t imagine not being apart of the team.
I particularly enjoy reading contemporary and fantasy, but have recently found a love for mystery/suspense and sci-fi.
Some of my favorite books currently are the Throne of Glass series, Six of Crows duology, Sanctuary, Dare You to Lie, and Only a Breath Apart.
Hi, I’m Stephanie, and I’m the Ravenclaw half of Bookishly Sytherclaw! I’ve been wanting to start a blog for ages, but just didn’t have the time to commit to running it successfully, so when my dear friend Felicia mentioned she was looking for a coblogger, I jumped at the chance, and I couldn’t be happier!
I’m a senior in college, where I am earning my undergraduate degree in Theater! I’m hoping one day to become a full-time professor of theater! When I’m not studying for class, you’ll generally catch me with my nose in a book, or watching Netflix! You can also catch me admining the Facebook group Reading Rivalry, where we compete to see which team can earn the most points by reading!
I like reading fantasy, young adult and contemporary romance, but I don’t discriminate against any good book, regardless of genre.
My favorite books are the Six of Crows duology, Caraval, A Court of Thorns and Roses, Paper Towns, and Looking For Alaska.
On Bookishly Slytherclaw you’ll find our to be read lists for the month, what we read in the month, reviews, challenges we’re participating in and more.