2019 Goals: Second Quarterly Check-In!

Look, I know that everyone did that tag for goals check-in during the summer, but I was on a quarterly system, and I’m sticking with it. I also kind of like checking in every four months instead of halfway through the year because it feels a little less stressful. Back in January, I outlined three […]

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September Wrap-Up, Part 1

September has not been the greatest month so far, reading and everything else. I only got through four books, but I did manage to make three of them preorders, and I’m working to turn things around. Here’s hoping the second half will be better! Mini Book Reviews What: Clockwork Angel by Cassandra ClareWhen: 9/2-9/13Rating: ★★★★Review: […]

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FF: Favorite Sequels

Friday Favorites is a weekly list hosted by Something of the Book, and this week’s topic is one of my absolute favorites. Sequels are make or break for me, and I am very passionate about the ones I do love, so here’s a look at some of the best of the best. I wouldn’t be […]

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May Reads

What a month! I read and wrote a lot, and I caught up on ALL of my April goals while also managing to read a few extra books for May, so this is full of good stuff. Since we’re almost at the halfway point of the year, too, I checked in on my goal to […]

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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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Short Story Collections

I’m a little late on the game to short story collections, as I am to most books, but in the past two or so years, I’ve really started to love them, though I’ve only read a few! Since I’ve started this challenge, Thursday Thousand, of writing a short story every week, I want to read […]

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