Hi, it’s October somehow and I am concerned with how time works. I will never understand how a year can feel like a million years and yet fly by at the same time. Regardless, I decided to do the End of the Year Book Tag again. If I can find my old ones, I’ll link […]
Can you believe we’re already in the final three months of the year? This year has somehow felt like it’s been 20 million years long and also like, I cannot believe it’s about to be 2020??? That’s not real life. But anyway, I’m writing today to tell you about my top ten of the last […]
My birthday month was probably the most slumpy I’ve ever felt. If not for audiobooks, I would have read only four books the entire month. I’m not really sure what was going on with me, but reading just wasn’t holding my attention. I started and got fairly far through a ridiculous number of books, but […]
I actually managed to follow a tbr. Who even am I? I’m honestly so proud of myself, it’s obnoxious. But, in case you skipped that post because you knew it was unlikely I’d follow it or if you just want to know my thoughts, let’s hop into it.
I was fortunate enough to receive advanced copies of The Write Escape by Charish Reid and Royal Holiday by Jasmine Guillory and instead of writing two separate reviews, I thought I would thank Dani for not only sending me her advanced copy of Royal Holiday, but also the idea to just do an ARC round […]
This is Round Five of the ContemporaryAThon, hosted by Chelsea from chelseadolling reads, Julie from pagesandpen, Natasha from myreadingisodd, and Melanie from meltotheany. I think I’ve participated in every round of this readathon and this year, since it falls within Latinx Heritage Month, I’m going to try to tailor this TBR to maximize reads from […]
As I said in my first post about where to find audiobooks, I was not always an audiobook reader. I didn’t think I could absorb books in the same way if I was listening to them as opposed to reading them with my eyeballs. And yet, last year I listened to 70 books. So how […]
Well, y’all, with a little bit of bending the rules and also not following my TBR, I survived my NEWTS and can become an Auror! Woo! So, let’s get into the books that I finished in the second half of August.
Well Met by Jen DeLuca is a Renaissance Faire set rom-com that hits all the right notes. Emily is in a small Maryland (I think) town (that is extraordinarily homogeneous, aka it’s all white people) because her sister, April, was in a bad car accident and needs help getting to appointments and taking care of […]
Wow, it feels like it’s been forever since I’ve sat down and written a full book review. The brain power just hasn’t been there. Hopefully it’s been less long for those of you reading this because I would like to get a review posted for The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai before it’s publication date. […]