20+ anticipated releases for the rest of 2021 (September – December)

Once again, it's been a while! I haven't written a blog post in a hot minute, but anticipated releases posts have always been some of my favorites and I have a lot that I'm excited about this fall. Debut authors, retellings, sequels, and plenty more! Shall we just get into them? The All-Consuming World by … Continue reading 20+ anticipated releases for the rest of 2021 (September – December)

Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag because it’s somehow already July

Hello, friends! It has once again been a while. But since it's already the middle of the year and I haven't updated you on my reading for the past three months or so, it seemed like a good time for the Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag. (Yes, I'm still sort of on hiatus, and no, I … Continue reading Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag because it’s somehow already July

Making a breakfast sandwich and talking about One Last Stop

Good morning, everyone. How did you sleep? Here, take this cup of coffee and join me in the kitchen, because today we're making a breakfast sandwich together. No, not just any breakfast sandwich. We're making the Su Special from One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston. What's the Su Special, you ask? I'll let my good … Continue reading Making a breakfast sandwich and talking about One Last Stop

30+ anticipated book releases in May-August 2021

Hello hi, long time no write! So I'm still technically on hiatus, but I've been building this list of anticipated book releases for so many months that I figured I'd pop back just to tell you about all of them before slinking away again. (I mean, I meant to post this before the May releases … Continue reading 30+ anticipated book releases in May-August 2021

March Wrap-Up | Women’s History Month + hiatus announcement

Happy April!  We made it through another month, folks. And since you probably all saw the blog title, I should probably just get this out of the way to begin with. This probably won't come as a surprise to anyone who's noticed how little I've been posting lately, but yes, I'm going on a blogging … Continue reading March Wrap-Up | Women’s History Month + hiatus announcement

Recently Read Books | my least favorite book of the year so far (+ some other great books)

Hello, I'm back with some more mini(ish) reviews for five books that I've read recently(ish)! Including...well, you read the title, you know what's coming. Let's get into these! An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson “You are like a living rose among wax flowers. We may last forever, but you bloom brighter and smell sweeter, … Continue reading Recently Read Books | my least favorite book of the year so far (+ some other great books)

The Anti-TBR Tag | books I never want to read

Happy Monday, all! It's been a while since I've done a tag, and since I've been seeing this one around, I figured it was about time I got to it. Thank you to Caro @ Bookcheshirecat for tagging me! Go check out her post too, as well as the original tag from Nicole @ Nicole … Continue reading The Anti-TBR Tag | books I never want to read

February Wrap-Up | snow days, mapmaking, and (of course) reading

Logically, I know that February is the shortest month of the year, so it shouldn't be a surprise when it ends sooner than I expect. But March sneaks up on me every time! How are we already in the third month of 2021?? So February was...a month. There were definitely some highlights, but there was … Continue reading February Wrap-Up | snow days, mapmaking, and (of course) reading

Recently Read Books | books that made me cry, believe in love, and question reality

Pay no attention to how long it's been since I've written any reviews or how many books I've said I was going to review and still haven't. 🙃 Let's just talk about four books that I've read and enjoyed recently! Winterkeep by Kristin Cashore (Graceling #4) “They’re stronger than me. But I’m stronger then the … Continue reading Recently Read Books | books that made me cry, believe in love, and question reality

Women’s History Month Readathon TBR

Less than a week until the start of the Women's History Month Readathon! If you have no idea what I'm talking about, go check out the announcement post. 😊 Basically, this readathon is aimed at celebrating women's stories, with the goal of reading books written by women during the month of March. The prompts for … Continue reading Women’s History Month Readathon TBR