February Wrap-Up

Well, February was just not my month. I struggled with reading big time, and after an entire week of reading literally nothing, I decided to binge the entire Heartstopper series, which is even worse since I’ve already read everything, so here I am, ignoring my problems in favor of gay boys. I feel like that’s […]

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Review: Locke & Key Netflix Adaptation

The thing that gets me with every review ever is that I have to scroll forever and a day just to find out if it’s a positive review or not. I don’t know about the rest of the world, but I don’t like reading negative reviews of things I loved, so I generally click out […]

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TTT: Romance Isn’t Dead!

I did one of these last year, though it wasn’t really a cohesive post, and it was mostly just a place for me to scream about my OTPs, whether they were in books or not.  Realistically, that’s probably half of what’s about to happen, but here are my top ten favorite romantic books! (Note: these […]

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Favorite Covers of 2019

Look, I recognize this is basically just another TTT post, but on a Thursday, but I have so many favorite things that I want to scream about, so here we are. I think we’re all also on the same page about my cover love, as well. I 100% will buy something based on the cover […]

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Top 5 Contemporary Reads of 2019

I’m sure no one is surprised by this, based on my reading, but 7/10 of my Top 10 for this year are some kind of fantasy, and of the 3 leftover, 2 are nonfiction, so that doesn’t really leave a whole lot of room to discuss my favorite contemporary reads of the year. Because of […]

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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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