One of my roommates and I went to the library before it shut down. We each got some books.Read More Roommate Reading Challenge
Here’s a quick list of books I DNF’d in 2019. I gave myself permission to put aside more books I wasn’t enjoying but I still powered through quite a few I wasn’t enjoying as much as I hoped.Read More #Blogmas: Books I’ve DNF’d this year
Have I been tagged? Not that I know of.
Am I going to do it anyway? Absolutely.Read More #Blogmas: End of the year book tag
Author: Neal Shusterman Publisher: Simon & Schuster US Pub Date: Nov 5, 2019 Format: Hardback Genre: YA Fantasy This is book three of Arc of a Scythe. There will be spoilers for books one and two but NOT book three. You have been warned. My Thoughts: I absolutely adored Scythe and Thunderhead both. I was so eagerly awaiting this one that I […]Read More Blogmas: Book Review: The Toll by Neal Shusterman
I’m loving all of them, some I have to be in the mood for, some I need to reread parts of and others I just pick up randomly and read them.Read More My current reads
Four top investment bankers get a text to meet in a development property for a team-building escape game. When they get there they’re told the goal is to get out alive.Read More eARC review: The Escape Room by Megan Goldin
If anyone tried the bird box challenge they instantly lost cool points in my book. Due to me feeling like death a couple months ago I watched the Bird Box movie relatively quickly after reading the book in January. I thought I should do a book to movie comparison/ review before I forget everything. I […]Read More Bird Box: Book to Movie
I’m so excited another #BoutOfBooks is happening! It feels as though the last one just happened.Read More Bout of Books and May TBR
I did it. I finished the OWLs required to be a Curse Breaker…. and three extras. I did not follow my actual TBR though….Read More OWL Readathon Wrap-Up
Overall this was a decent graphic novel. It wasn’t mindblowing but it wasn’t horrible either.Read More Little Girls: ARC review
I’ve decided to do the Curse Breaker track which means for the OWLs I need to read from certain categories. Some of these I have other books I may read instead because I’m a major mood reader but these are what I’m currently leaning toward. I also decided to make a TBR for the other prompts as well.Read More OWL Readathon- April 2019
This. Book. I’ve been in desperate need for a good, creepy thriller and this one delivered that and more.Read More The Perfect Girlfriend: ARC review
With this blog, with my social media, with anything really. I was originally going to make a short post explaining but then it became almost 600 words and no organization.Read More I don’t know what I’m doing.
February went by so fast. I know I say this every month but wow. I think part of it was because it’s a short month to begin with but the other major part is because I didn’t write my wrap-up for January until halfway through February and I don’t know about everyone else but I feel like the month isn’t over until I do my wrap-up.Read More February Wrap-Up
I’m actually trying so hard to keep my TBRs down because I am a major mood reader and am in the middle of a giant classic. Plus I have so many other things I need to do in life.Read More March TBR pile
The last couple years my book acquisitions has gotten so out of control. My parents used to tease me that my floor is going to fall from the weight of all my books and that may actually happen. I have done a couple unhauls so it probably isn’t as bad as I think it is […]Read More Keeping my book buying to a minimum 2019
Anyway, I think everyone’s seen these types of posts by now where you have another person pick your books for the upcoming month and Reg says “YOU HAVE TO READ THIS” about five times a week so I gave her a couple parameters.Read More Reg (Bookish In Bed) chooses my TBR
I want to finish off the year strong and finish what I have left but realistically that won’t happen.Read More 2018 TBR Check-in
I’ve had my blog for three years????? In addition to September going faster than I could blink, these three years have flown by! This week is actually an eventful week. It marks six months of being at one job, a year of starting in the cafe and of course three years of blogging. I decided […]Read More THREE YEARS ALREADY????
I was nominated by Paige for the Liebster Award! I think I was nominated once before and forgot about it so I drafted this post as soon as I was tagged so I wouldn’t forget! Then I was tagged by Jenn as well, so there will be two sets of questions answered and one asked. […]Read More Liebster Award x2
One thing some of you may notice (new or old) is that when I post reviews I don’t include a star rating anywhere on my blog.Read More Why I Don’t Do Star Ratings
We all have our little routines to get motivation for blog posts to go out on time. The past month or so I’ve really gotten into the groove of Tuesday/ Thursday posts and I tend to write them at the same time and same way every week. Granted, I’m hoping over the next couple weeks […]Read More Blogging Routine: How I do Things
Since March of last year I have been writing on two blogs. I didn’t want to spam everyone with a ton of posts about books when they just wanted to hear about travel and I had the time to write two blogs.Read More Changes galore!
Author: Rachel VincentSynopsis: Nina Kane is a 16 year old living in a city run by the Church. In this world, demons have eaten the majority of the souls available. She spends her life finding ways to get food and money for her and her little sister, her mom sleeps all day and is basically […]Read More Demons!! Review: The Stars Never Rise
I woke up to the most fantastic thing this morning! Halyna Ryfyak nominated me for the Versatile Blogger Award! This just made my day because I see it all over the blogs and I thought it was a really cool way to get to know bloggers. The Rules Thank the person(s) who gave you the nomination. […]Read More Versatile Blogger Award!
Publication Date: June 16, 2015Source: NetGalley and Disney Hyperion, thank you so much for allowing me to read and review this novel. Their generosity in no way effects my review. Goodreads Synopsis:If you could read my mind, you wouldn’t be smiling. Samantha McAllister looks just like the rest of the popular girls in her junior […]Read More ARC Review: Every Last Word- Tamara Ireland Stone
Top 10 Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish in which you make a list of ten to do with a certain topic.This week’s topic is your top ten favorite authors. 1. Rachel Vincent- I can read through her books in a couple days. Without trying. She makes me want to […]Read More Top Ten Favorite Authors
I know of a couple blogs have done this before, where they have their readers pick their next read. Well, I’m stumped on where to start on my TBR piles (yes, I have two. One is called NetGalley books and one is physical copies.) I like to have one physical book and one e-book going […]Read More Reader’s Choice: What to Read
I love the feel of new books, but I used to love worn down books. Then I realized I like the process of making them worn down. It’s kind of like a marker of how much the book has been read or carried around. I’m thinking worn down to be creases down the spine, […]Read More New Vs Worn books
So I’m moving over from my other blog so here is an old Top Ten Tuesday. Top 10 Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish in which you make a list of ten to do with a certain topic. This week’s is ten books from my childhood I wish to revisit. […]Read More Books from Childhood- Revisited
Top 10 Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish in which you make a list of ten to do with a certain topic.This week’s topic is 10 characters you’d like to check in with. These are characters that you want to know what they’re like now, after the books are […]Read More Top Ten Characters You’d Like To Check In With
Synopsis (Goodreads) The most iconic love story of all time, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is an epic-scale tragedy of desire and revenge. Despite the bitter rivalry that exists between their families, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet have fallen madly in love. But when the long-running rivalry boils over into murder, the young couple must […]Read More Shakespeare- Romeo and Juliet
I go this idea from A Little Place of My Own, who got it from Part Time Monster, who got it from The Broke and the Bookish. Basically what I’m saying is this is not an original idea at all, but I thought it was kind of cool. Here are ten books I should […]Read More Books I Should Have Read by Now
Synopsis (Goodreads): From the bestselling author of If I Stay – this summer’s YA blockbuster film. This characteristically powerful novel follows eighteen-year-old Cody Reynolds in the months following her best friend’s shocking suicide. As Cody numbly searches for answers as to why Meg took her own life, she begins a journey of self-discovery which […]Read More Gayle Forman- I Was Here
Hanif Kureishi’s The Last Word promised to be “mischievous, wickedly funny, and intellectually deft,” none of which it delivered until one scene three chapters from the end. Kureishi is an award winning author and this was supposedly his best. If that is true, I would not waste time with the others.Mamoon, an aging Indian […]Read More Review- Hanif Kureishi “The Last Word”
Hanif Kureishi’s The Last Word promised to be “mischievous, wickedly funny, and intellectually deft,” none of which it delivered until one scene three chapters from the end. Kureishi is an award winning author and this was supposedly his best. If that is true, I would not waste time with the others.Mamoon, an aging Indian […]Read More Review- Hanif Kureishi "The Last Word"
Goodreads Synopsis:Fans of John Green and Matthew Quick: Get ready to die laughing.Denton Little’s Deathdate takes place in a world exactly like our own except that everyone knows the day they will die. For 17-year-old Denton Little, that’s tomorrow, the day of his senior prom.Despite his early deathdate, Denton has always wanted to live a […]Read More Review: Denton Little’s Deathdate- Lance Rubin
Goodreads Synopsis:Joe O’Brien is a forty-four-year-old police officer, a devoted husband, proud father, and respected officer, Joe begins experiencing bouts of disorganized thinking, uncharacteristic temper outbursts, and strange, involuntary movements. He initially attributes these episodes to the stress of his job, but as these symptoms worsen, he agrees to see a neurologist and is handed […]Read More Review: Inside the O’Briens