TAG: I Want to Read, But Also Don’t Want to Read

I saw this tag over on Marie’s blog @ Drizzle & Hurricane Books, and it looks like so much fun. It was created by Jamieson @ Jamishelves! While I do purchase books pretty often with absolutely no basis other than the usual title/cover/summary intrigue, there are quite a few that I’ve been on the fence […]

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TTT: Irish & Scottish Books, Films & Music

Okay, this post is definitely going to be all over the place, but it’s St. Patrick’s Day, so this feels like the absolute most appropriate post for today. This is kind of a top ten, but it’s going to be broken up into sections, so it might just equal ten at the end or be […]

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TAG: Women’s History Month!

It’s Sunday, so I know this is a strange day to see me posting on, but it’s International Women’s Day today, and it seemed like the perfect opportunity to do Margaret’s tag @ Weird Zeal for the Women’s History Month readathon she’s hosting this month! And, if you’re super hyped about this readathon like I […]

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TAG: I Should Have Read That Book

Oh boy, I’m ready to roast myself! There are so many books that I “should” have read, and so many feelings I have about the “should” part of that statement. 2020 is the year where I say whatever to reading goals outside of finish my TBR and read whatever the hell I want. I’m so […]

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TTT: Single-Word Titles

I definitely did not realize how difficult this week’s That Artsy Read Girl topic was going to be for Top Ten, but damn, okay. I made it even harder on myself by only choosing books I definitely wanted to shout about, too, which meant I was skipping past quite a few. And uh, yeah, let’s […]

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TTT: Book Hangover

When I was talking to my friend about what my blog posts were going to be about for February, she saw this topic and shouted, “I know what the first one is!”  (She’s totally right.)  Book hangovers are both the absolute best and worst.  I’m always so happy to have found one because YES KILL […]

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Let’s Talk About the Truth Behind Faeries

FAERIES ARE EVIL. That’s just the plain and simple truth. I’m starting to see a trend here in that we could really just quit while we’re ahead because that’s it, that’s the blog post. Faeries are murderous, conniving little backstabbers. I really don’t know what to tell you guys. We grew up with Tinkerbell, and […]

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