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

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

Celebrating my three year blogiversary 🎉

Three years ago today, I published my first post on this blog. I didn't want the day to pass without acknowledging it, so here we are. Wow. Three years, huh? When I started this blogging venture three years ago, I really didn't know what to expect. All I wanted to do was create a space … Continue reading Celebrating my three year blogiversary 🎉

Women’s History Month Readathon 2021 ANNOUNCEMENT

It's time for the third annual Women's History Month Readathon! Get excited! What is the Women's History Month Readathon? The Women’s History Month Readathon is a challenge that I started in 2019. It runs during the month of March, aka Women’s History Month, and is aimed at celebrating women’s stories. The readathon takes place March … Continue reading Women’s History Month Readathon 2021 ANNOUNCEMENT

My top 8 books of 2020

Welcome to my last post of 2020! It feels appropriate to finish out a year full of bad by talking about the books that got me through and made it all somewhat bearable.  I've managed to narrow down the 99 (soon to be 100—I'm determined to finish one more before midnight) books I read this … Continue reading My top 8 books of 2020

Anticipated 2021 book releases (January-April)

2021 is just around the corner, which means it's time for one of my favorite end-of-year traditions: talking about all of my anticipated releases! For this year, I'm going to be doing several anticipated releases posts throughout the year, which means this time, I'll only be talking about the books coming out January to April. … Continue reading Anticipated 2021 book releases (January-April)

Media that sparked joy in 2020

I think we can all agree that 2020 has basically been a garbage fire from start to finish, right? At this point, though, I don't want to talk about all that. Instead, I want to talk about all the (non-bookish) media that sparked joy for me! It feels like this year everyone has been talking … Continue reading Media that sparked joy in 2020

How many of my anticipated 2020 releases did I read? (+ more 2020 books on my TBR)

At the beginning of every year, we always see lots of lists about the anticipated releases for the next year. I always love writing my own version of that list with the books that look interesting to me, but I have to wonder: how many of these books do I actually read? So today, we're … Continue reading How many of my anticipated 2020 releases did I read? (+ more 2020 books on my TBR)

10 authors that I’d love to meet

Who else misses in-person book events? There are a lot of things I miss right now because of coronavirus: movie theaters, concerts, eating at restaurants, traveling. Up there on the list, though, is going to events where I get to hear my favorite authors speak and then stand nervously in line until I can meet … Continue reading 10 authors that I’d love to meet

Sometimes all you can do to express your feelings about a book is make memes

Happy Monday! Here are over fifty homegrown, all-organic book memes from me to you. Okay, confession time: I enjoy making memes. Or maybe that's just part of being a millennial who spends too much time on the internet. Either way, I've made my fair share of book-related memes to send to friends, and since I … Continue reading Sometimes all you can do to express your feelings about a book is make memes