Hi all! March is Women's History Month so I thought it only right to share a list of women authors, but since I missed celebrating Black History Month last month (I had surgery and couldn't update this blog much), I decided to dedicate this post to celebrating books by Black women authors! This is a … Continue reading Women’s History Month: Books by Black Women Authors
Merry Christmas! I genuinely can't believe it's Christmas time already! This year has just flown by and for once I'm excited about Christmas. I've never cared about it before and that's because I work in retail so I've always been so exhausted from work but also sad and angry from horrible customers. "Happiest time of … Continue reading My Best Books of the Decade Part 1 – Young Adult
Hi all! I was tagged for this post ... ages ago. So long ago, that I've forgotten who's tagged me! I had these questions in my drafts for a while and I've been meaning to get to all these old posts for a long time now. So ... here we go? I guess! 1) What … Continue reading 50 Bookish Questions
Hi all! Today I'm bringing you a really exciting blog post that I worked super hard on, researching a whole bunch because I'm Extra: book recommendations based on your zodiac sign! Yes, all 12! Because I'm That Extra! If you're not someone who believes in astrology, never fear! You can still enjoy these book recommendations, … Continue reading Book Recommendations Based on Zodiac Signs!
2019 is just around the corner! Can you believe?? I can't. But to get me excited for the new year, I thought I'd share my most highly anticipated releases for 2019! Some of these titles are YA, some are adult -- but I hope you get to find your next great read here, regardless! The … Continue reading My Most Anticipated 2019 Releases
#TheReadingQuest has come to an end and I am so happy I managed to complete my chosen quest! I actually finished a day before the Quest ended, thankfully. Funny thing is, I read like an extra 6 books that weren't on my TBR. If I had stuck to my chosen TBR, I probably could have … Continue reading #TheReadingQuest Wrap Up
“What's the point of having a voice if you're gonna be silent in those moments you shouldn't be?” I am honestly floored by The Hate U Give. Everything about this novel touched me in irrevocable ways and I like to think that my eyes have been opened even further to the issues POC face, not only in … Continue reading Review: The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas