The Netflix Book Tag!

I’m all about a good Netflix night even though it’s very rare for me to find time for them, but I saw this fun tag over at Words About Words. It was originally created by A Darker Shade of Whitney on YouTube, and I had such a blast coming up with answers for this! Recently […]

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Favorite Male Characters

I felt like the boys were a little left out last month when I was screaming about my favorite female characters, so here we are again! I just embarked on a reread of The Raven Boys the week before CDTH came out, so uh, yeah, this list is Gansey’s fault, actually. As before, this is […]

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TTT: Books to Read When the Chill is Bone Deep

Happy December! It’s officially colder than I normally like, but something this year is different. I’ve been really enjoying the quiet of a cold day. No one wants to go outside, so everywhere is sparse with people, muted almost, and I think winter is vying for a spot as my second favorite season. I’m not […]

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November Wrap-Up, Part 2

November Wrap-Up, Part 1 This month was not the greatest for reading, but I totally smashed NaNoWriMo, so that definitely contributed to it. I did, however, read some truly amazing books, and I’m looking forward to a relaxed December. Mini Book Reviews 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson (11/15-11/22): There is literally nothing, and […]

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NaNoWriMo Thoughts: To Love or to Hate Writing

I’ve got a few things to talk about in today’s post. We’ll chat about determination vs motivation, seasonal writing, age categories, and doubt, but they all kind of neatly tie in together, so rather than writing separate posts, here we are with a mishmash! First, The Orangutan Librarian wrote a super relatable post recently about […]

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Do I Have That Book? Tag!

Way Too Fantasy just did this super fun tag, and it was originally created by Keeping Tabs on YouTube. I always like to try to do these without actually having access to my bookshelves because why the heck not, so this will definitely be interesting! Do you have a book with deckled edges? In all […]

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November Wrap-Up, Part 1

Earlier in the month, I decided to do away with chronological TBRs altogether. I had about 15 books left that I wanted to read before the new year, all purchased in 2018, but I was finding that I just either wasn’t reading or I was reading so slowly, absolutely dragging my feet, because I wasn’t […]

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