If you're like me, you're probably spending this Valentine's Day alone. I've never actually minded being alone on this Great Day since I'm not super sentimental, but I'm still thankful to be spending the day with my mom and sister. It's a day of love, which doesn't exactly mean romantic love... it can be love … Continue reading Books to Read If You’re Spending Valentine’s Day Alone
Shout out to the lovely Monica Rose for inspiring this train of thought 😉 I started "reading" about two years ago. Yes, I've always been a reader, but I started taking it more seriously when I discovered Goodreads. The past two years have been amazing reading years, but also confusing. Getting back into reading, everything was bright … Continue reading We Need to Talk #2 – Is YA Dead?
How I dreaded even hitting "new post" just now. I heard about the Wayward Children series when the first book came out, and while I was initially interested, I never picked it up. It wasn't until I went to my library a few days ago and saw that they finally had it did I even … Continue reading The Wayward Children by Seanan McGuire Series Review (Unpopular Opinion Warning!)
I'd like to think that I've read quiet a bit, which is why I would like to start having a few posts recommending books. Today, I figured I would kick it off with some recommendations for one of my favorite romance tropes: friends to lovers. I've read each book, so I've included my basic thoughts (as … Continue reading Romance Recommendations: Friends to Lovers Trope
"We need to talk" sounds scary... But, I've decided I would like to start some discussion posts about topics that are perhaps on the more controversial side. For the most part, the book community is one of the nicest communities I've been involved in. Everyone does a pretty good job respecting opinions, and is very … Continue reading We Need to Talk #1 – Thoughts on Book Piracy, Authors, and Readers
3/5 stars ☆ ☆ ☆ I've had my eye on Emma Mills for awhile now, but never got around to reading her until recently. I'm very lucky that my library has an ARC basket, so when I saw this beautiful little cover, I knew I had to read it. Here's what Goodreads has to say: … Continue reading Famous in a Small Town by Emma Mills ARC Review
I can't believe it's the New Year! (Even though - not going to hide anything - I'm writing this post in advance. Whoops. But I already feel excited!) The New Year has always been a favorite time of mine; I've never been one to set resolutions but I love the fresh start and getting to … Continue reading January 2019 Blogging and Reading Goals (plus my TBR)