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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July Reads, Part 2

Previously: Part 1. For the first time in quite a few months, I managed to finish my monthly TBR, which I am pretty damn stoked about. The only outstanding books I currently have are all preorders that arrived during the summer, and I’ve even caught up on some other goals that I did not expect. […]

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June Reads, Part 2

Previously: Part 1. I did a lot better in the second half of June, and I think we all know why that is. Hey, remember that time when I was like, oh man I’m gonna read every Shakespeare ever, and I’m going to do three a week for thirteen weeks, and I’m going to post […]

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April Reads

I tried something a little new this month. Going in, I was way behind on my preorders, and I haven’t met my monthly TBR for the past couple months, so I made up a list of everything that I needed to read (16 books) and made a tentative schedule. 7 preorders sprinkled around the 5 […]

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Monday Musings: Top 5 Nonfiction Books Set in Space

Welcome to Monday Musings, a series where I review books that I read pre-end of 2017, when I started writing wrap-ups, talk about characters or topics that aren’t as relevant, or sometimes a surprise non-bookish thing. This week, as most weeks in my life, we’re talking about space, so let’s get started! That should really […]

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March Reads

IT’S MARCH! YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS! It’s my birthday! Halfway through the month, I accidentally blacked out in Barnes & Noble and bought eight new books. I swear, I didn’t mean to. Thankfully, most of them were sequels that were already in my cart. I only got one book for my birthday, too, so […]

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Women’s History Month Reading Challenge

The Women’s History Month reading challenge, hosted by Weird Zeal, is officially at an end! At the beginning of the challenge, my TBR was: A Torch Against the Night by Sabaa Tahir FOR Read a book with a woman of color MC Becoming by Michelle Obama FOR Read a biography or a memoir of a […]

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