As promised, I’m back to doing mid-month wrap ups so these posts don’t get too out of hand! My reading has been off to a pretty strong start this month, though I’m itching to pick up some nonfiction. As you’ll see in this post, I haven’t read any in a while!
So this might be the most depressing book news post I’ve ever put together. I do have a couple of book announcements and cover reveals, but the bulk of this post is about some pretty upsetting things that have been going on in the romance community. Continue reading
I’ve talked before on my blog about wanting to shrink my TBR pile, but it’s a topic I wanted to revisit in light of Olive from abookolive’s recent video, “I don’t want a zero TBR,” and Rincey’s response on the Book Riot channel in the video “What is your ideal TBR number?”
Plus it’s just something I’ve been thinking about a lot more lately as I work on sticking to my goals of reading four books a month from my 2017 TBR pile and reading all of the books I purchase in 2018 within three months of bringing them home. Continue reading
I’ve been wanting to put together a list of my favorite illustrated books for a while, but just haven’t gotten around to it for whatever reason. But now that I have another book to add to this list, it seems like the perfect time to finally do this post! Continue reading
The topic for March’s Monthly Recommendations is duologies! I’m hoping that with the popularity of Six of Crows (which you know is going to be on my list), we’ll start seeing more duologies pop up. I think it’s a nice change of pace from your usual trilogy or full-fledged series because you get more than you would out of a standalone, but you don’t have to wait forever for the series to be completed. Continue reading