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

10 overused tropes that I’ll never get tired of

As someone who reads a lot of books and watches a lot of things, I often see the same tropes many times across many stories. Some get old real fast, but others, well...there are some tropes that, no many how many times I see them, I never get tired of them, and I doubt I … Continue reading 10 overused tropes that I’ll never get tired of

5 star TBR predictions: results + new guesses

Just over a year ago, I posted about five books that I guessed I would rate 5 stars. It took me a while, but I have finally read all of the books from that list and I'm ready to talk about them! Spoiler alert: I'm apparently terrible at judging my own reading taste because I … Continue reading 5 star TBR predictions: results + new guesses

7 books that would make great musicals

We book-lovers talk a lot about adaptations, but we tend to mostly focus on movie and TV adaptations. While I love those as much as the next person, I think we are overlooking the underused potential of book-to-musical adaptations. Plenty of amazing musicals have been adapted from books, like Wicked, Fun Home, Les Miserables, and The Lightning … Continue reading 7 books that would make great musicals

My nominations for the 2020 Book Blogger Awards

What this, you ask? An entire post dedicated to talking about how amazing my fellow bloggers are? Let's do this! I'm so excited to be submitting my nominations for the Fourth Annual Book Blogger Awards. This will actually be my first time creating a nominations post -- in past years I've only voted in the … Continue reading My nominations for the 2020 Book Blogger Awards

Q&A | which characters I would invite to my birthday party, what emoji represents me, and more!

Oh hey, it's time for a Q&A! To celebrate my birthday (which was yesterday, hooray!), I'm answering the questions sent by you. A huge thank you to everyone who sent questions -- I loved answering them! I ended up dividing the questions into four sections: books, writing, blogging, and everything else. This post is already … Continue reading Q&A | which characters I would invite to my birthday party, what emoji represents me, and more!

Anticipated book releases June-September 2020

What time is it?? Well yes, almost, but more importantly... it's time to talk about upcoming book releases! Today I'm listing all of the book releases that I'm excited for in the coming months. We have some exciting releases to look forward to in June through September! Of course, lots of release dates are changing … Continue reading Anticipated book releases June-September 2020

My bookish “nope list” (aka, things that don’t interest me in books)

Do you ever read the description of a book, and even though it's from your usual genre or maybe even from an author you usually like, it does not sound interesting at all? I think we all have things that immediately make us want to pick up a book (for me, it's dragons, female friendships, … Continue reading My bookish “nope list” (aka, things that don’t interest me in books)

Me and Music Tag 🎧🎶| ft. like the same three artists in every question

Books, whom? Today we're going to talk about MUSIC. I saw this tag, which was created by Sophie @ Me & Ink, a few weeks back and instantly loved it. I spend so much time talking about books on this blog (understandably, since it's a book blog), but it's nice to switch things up sometimes … Continue reading Me and Music Tag 🎧🎶| ft. like the same three artists in every question