October Wrap-Up, Part 1

YO I DID GOOD. I’m in the middle of two books that I was hoping to finish this weekend, but alas, I started reading RWRB, and that completely derailed all my plans. I still got a lot read, though, and I’m super excited to start the second half of the month and totally power through. […]

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TTT: Spooky Reads!

Okay, so it’s Halloween month, and you’re looking for some bone-chilling reads, right? I’ve got you covered! Here are some of my absolute favorite spooky reads, listed in alphabetical order by author. They span genres and ages, so there should be something for everyone! This is Our Story by Ashley Elston is a book that […]

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September Wrap-Up, Part 2

Well, the second half of this month has been a lot more productive than the first half, and I’m super grateful for that. Also, I don’t know if anyone’s noticed, but I’ve definitely been pretty quiet on here lately, and well, that’s about to change. Buckle up, kids. Mini Book Reviews What: Salvation Day by […]

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Halloween TBR!

Hi, okay, so first, I want to tell you that I drafted this post IN JULY. July, guys. Not only that, but I’ve been compiling my October reads since somewhere around May. Am I a little over the top when it comes to Halloween? YES. You know what else I should start doing in July? […]

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The Ultimate Book Tag!

I saw this tag over at A Little Haze Book Blog, and the questions were so fun, I just had to give it a whirl, and if my sleuthing is correct, it was originally created by Things Eric Reads. Do you get sick while reading in the car? Yes! I get sick on anything that’s […]

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Review: To Love and Let Go by Rachel Brathen

Where do I even start with this review? Well, Rachel started at the end and ended with the beginning, so I’m going to flip that and tell you how I got here in the first place. Truthfully, it begins earlier than this, but I think this is a good starting point. First, I’ve talked about […]

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2019 Goals: Second Quarterly Check-In!

Look, I know that everyone did that tag for goals check-in during the summer, but I was on a quarterly system, and I’m sticking with it. I also kind of like checking in every four months instead of halfway through the year because it feels a little less stressful. Back in January, I outlined three […]

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