Author Appreciation

November 1st was National Author's Day and today I reached 8K followers on Instagram. I decided to celebrate both of these things by giving back to the authors that have been generous enough to send me copies of their books. I have read five of the ten featured books and I'm making it a priority... Continue Reading →


October Wrap-Up

October Wrap-Up Even though October was a busy (and birthday) month, I did manage to read quite a bit. I read/listened to a total of 17 books in October. It helped that a few of these were short stories/novellas, but they balanced out the fact that I also read IT throughout the month. The following... Continue Reading →

September Wrap-Up

September Wrap-Up You read that right, this is my September wrap-up. I severely neglected my blog last month, but I'm hoping to get back into the swing of things. I'll post my October wrap-up and haul soon as well. I read/listened to a total of 15 books in September. The following list is in the order... Continue Reading →

September Book Haul

September Book Haul At the end of every month, I start seeing fellow bookstagrammer's book haul photos, and every time I'm both jealous and somewhat relieved that I didn't keep better track of my own haul for the month. So this month I decided to hold myself accountable and document every single book coming in...... Continue Reading →

Book Tag: 3 Days, 3 Quotes – Day 3

“Sometimes waiting and being disappointed was good, to remind me he didn't belong to me. Nothing belonged to me.” Brynn Greenwood, All the Ugly and Wonderful Things Once again, thank you to Raya’s Reads for the tag! I'm terrible about remembering to write down any quotes from the books that I love. For this final day, I... Continue Reading →

Book Tag: 3 Days, 3 Quotes

"You cannot know a wild thing." - Gin Phillips, Fierce Kingdom First, thank you to Raya's Reads for tagging me in my first ever book tag! I feel like a real book blogger now! Raya tagged me a while ago, but I've been trying to think of some quotes I want to share. This is still... Continue Reading →

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