Books I Need to Read Before the End of the Year

For the past few years of actually tracking my reading, I’ve had a very specific goal–read everything I purchased in the year previous. The last couple of months have been very preorder-heavy, and while October was full of a bunch of backlist books, I still have some major catching up to do. I also have […]

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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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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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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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TBR Alphabet Tag

Ohhhh, this tag is going to call me out big time, and you’re all going to have a quick moment of jaw-dropping at the sheer amount of unread owned books that I have. Welp. Better to rip it off like a Band-Aid than keep hiding all these unread skeletons in my bookshelf. I found this […]

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TTT: Books I Don’t Talk About Enough!

This week’s Top 5 Tuesday, which I’m making into a Top 10, is about books we don’t talk about enough, and boy oh boy is that a topic near and dear to my heart, so thank you, Shanah! August’s list of topics and participants can be found here, and the September topics were just released. […]

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College Lessons: You Don’t Have to Read Based on Your Age

I started my freshman year of college in September 2010. I went to the University of Maine at Farmington because, back then, it was the only public school that offered Creative Writing as a major. I wanted to give my mom a little bit of a heart attack, so I only applied to UMF. The […]

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