Wrap Up: August 2019

Wrap Up: August 2019

Happy September! 🍁 🍂 🌾 I wasn't sure if I wanted to do a wrap-up this month because August was without a doubt the worst month of my life, but I'm trying to dive head first into reading and blogging to help take my mind off things. In short, if you don't follow me on Twitter about [...]

WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday

Hello, bookish friends! ✨ Welcome back to another WWW Wednesday! In case you missed any of my other WWW Wednesday posts, here is the idea behind the tag: WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @Taking On A World Of Words, the rules are simple you just have to answer these three questions: What are [...]

Top Summer Reads

Top Summer Reads

Happy first day of Summer!! 😎 🌺 🌴 Today we're going to be talking about some of the books I'm aiming to read this summer, whether they be backlist or new releases! During the summer I typically enjoy contemporaries, mysteries, and thrillers. So, you probably won't see too many fantasy books pop in on this list but [...]

Wrap Up: May 2019

Wrap Up: May 2019

Another month down! ✨ Now that it's June I can finally say that I feel like my book slump is going away. Thank god, because April and May were an absolute struggle for me to read anything. I still managed to read five books which is an accomplishment in itself, but here's to hoping June [...]

BiblioGames TBR

BiblioGames TBR

Happy June!! 😎 🌴 Summer is just around the corner and I'm kicking it off by participating in the BiblioGames! This round of the BiblioGames is broken up into four different teams who have to choose books that fit each prompt/class description. I'm on Team Villian...would you expect anything less? Obviously as a mood reader, my [...]

Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday

Hello, bookish friends! 🖤 As you might have noticed I've been a little MIA for the month of May, while I do miss blogging and have basically a thousand reviews to write I've been pretty sick lately and just haven't had the energy to do so. I'm finally starting to feel well enough to read again [...]