In shocking news, I did manage to start reading at exactly 8 am yesterday and started with One True Pairing by Cathy Yardley. I went to bed at midnight though so in addition to the eight hours I lost right there, I probably lost about 2 or 3 hours throughout the day as well. But […]
I know I’m not great at TBRs, but I did manage my ContemporaryAThon one successfully recently and I did okay at my Latinx Heritage Month goals. I wasn’t perfect, but I didn’t do terribly. So I’m trying to take that successful completion of TBRs energy with me into November because I have a lot of […]
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.
Because Gia from Book Roast is absolutely incredible, the Magical Readathon happens twice a year and the second time around, it’s to do your NEWTS. You can only test in the subjects you got an OWL in if you’re properly following the rules, which I am. This year, there’s also a thing for what profession […]
I love participating in readathons even though I’m good at them like one time out of three. This one is a particular favorite though because there are no challenges. It’s just read as much as you can in a weekend and that’s basically my ideal way to spend a weekend! That said, I gave myself […]
The Reading Rush is taking place from July 22-July 28th, was formerly called Booktubeathon, and is the creation of Ariel Bisset and Raeleen. They’ve created this website where you can earn badges, which is basically the greatest because ya girl is super externally motivated so fingers crossed I actually accomplish some things this week.
The second half of April saw me beginning my new job and I can’t pretend my reading didn’t suffer from it. The majority of the books I finished were due to audiobook time since I’m back to having a decent commute and because I went home for Easter weekend. The rest of my reading in […]
There are seven challenges for RomanceopolyAThon, which is running from April 8-14 and you can actually ignore your rolls, which is helpful because I’m currently on the one that requires me to read historical fiction, which I’m not in the mood for really. (But When We Left Cuba comes out on April 9th, so once […]
G from Book Roast put together the most incredible readathon inspired by Harry Potter and spanning the entire month of April. This year she’s created this amazingly elaborate Wizarding Careers pamphlet to accompany and direct the readathon so, I’ve chosen to become a Mind Witch! This means I have to take eight O.W.L.S., which are […]
Day One: March 18, 2019 I started Show Me How to Love by Synthia Williams this morning while I was waiting around in court on my phone and just completed it. This is a contemporary romance where the hero and heroine find themselves fleeing a wedding after their respective partners fall out of the closet, […]