Woah. September was a way more productive reading month than I had thought it would be. Of course, four of these books I read for school. It always helps to have mandatory reading to increase your monthly reading numbers. BUT I'm really excited to get to talk about these books because I haven't written posts … Continue reading September Wrap Up
I am so happy to announce that I will be participating in Cybils again this year as a round 1 panelist for young adult fiction! I am so excited for the opportunity to read so many of the amazing books that were published in the past year. I got to be a panelist last year … Continue reading CYBILS YA PANELIST!
I don't write about books I don't finish or didn't enjoy. I prefer to put more positive reviews and discussions of books out into the world because I want people to read books and I want encourage authors since writing is freaking hard. However, I do think it's interesting to know what books people don't … Continue reading DNF and books that weren’t for me #2
What was your favorite book you read this month? Let me know in the comments and I'll tell you mine! I've never done one of these, but I thought it would be a fun way to post more and allow people to get a more wholistic view of what I read during a month. I … Continue reading August Wrap Up
So, I'm sort of an adult although I don't always feel like one. I LOVE YA books I don't foresee myself not reading them any time soon. However, I think I'm ready to start venturing into adult fiction. I want to read about 20 somethings since that's where I am at in my life, but … Continue reading Adult Section Recommendations: I need help!
I'm a little late to this, and when I say a "little" I mean a lot. I watched Regan at Peruse Project do this on a video from late 2019. I thought it was an interesting exercise in picking favorite books. Like Regan, I am choosing books based on their publication year, not when I … Continue reading Fav YA books 2010-2019
Grace Year by Kim Liggett is a crazy book because it’s frighteningly believable and mind blowing. It’s a combination of Lost, Handmaid’s Tale, and The Village. If you’re a fan of any of those you need to pick this book up! I read it for CYBILS YA SPEC FIC 2019 and it blew my mind!
Hey everyone! I hope you're all being responsible, reading, and taking care of yourselves! I have another round of Social Distancing Suggestions! I'm gonna share some of the books I've read for classes in college I'd recommend to others! Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame This is a children's book, but honestly, I think it's … Continue reading Social Distancing Suggestions #2: College Class Picks
Hey all! Perhaps you're an extrovert dying for some interaction or maybe your an introvert looking to make the most of all this "me" time. If you're like me you're looking for your next good read because what better way to escape this crazy time than through a good read? I've been ripping through my … Continue reading Social Distancing Suggestions: Romance, Dystopian, and Court Politics
I'm a round 1 CYBILS panelist for young adult speculative fiction! I am so excited and honored to be selected to be a part of the team that will help decide award-winning books! I'm gonna be reading like CRAZY and I couldn't be more thrilled about it. You can actually nominate books to be read … Continue reading CYBILS Panelist!