2019 Reading Stats

It’s time for my favorite post of the entire year! I love breaking down my reading stats from the past year, though it took me a little longer to put together this year than normal. I really should try to do better about updating my spreadsheet throughout the year so I don’t have to do all of them at once. Regardless, it is here, and it is glorious! Enjoy! Continue reading

Books My Sister Needs to Read

My younger sister Andi is a big reader (not quite at my crazy levels, but she reads a lot), but she doesn’t stay as attuned to new releases, so she comes to me for recommendations a lot. Not to brag too much, but I do a pretty good job for her if I do say so myself! I know her reading tastes pretty well, so she’s found a lot of new favorites from me. Anyways, she recently asked me for a new batch of recommendations, but she’s terrible at keeping track of them, so I figured I’d put a blog post together specifically for her and share it with everyone! Continue reading

2019 in Books (Including Lots of Faves!)

I went back and forth numerous times on whether to do a traditional favorite books of 2019 post, but ultimately decided not to since I read so many books this year that I can’t adequately cover them all in one post. Instead, I’m going to highlight a few of my faves, talk about what I most want to reread, spotlight my new favorite authors, and point you to where you can find even more great book recs!! Continue reading

Arc Roundup: The Prince of Broadway, Love Lettering, and Race to the Sun

Time for another batch of arc reviews! This installment features the latest Gilded Age historical romance by Joanna Shupe, the highly anticipated new contemporary romance by Kate Clayborn, and a new middle grade fantasy by Rebecca Roanhorse. Continue reading

2020 Reading Goals

I say this every year, but reading goals posts are some of my favorite yearend posts that make the rounds. I just love seeing people motivated to try new things and improve their reading, plus it gives me all sorts of inspiration on how to change my own reading. Unlike last year, though, where I undertook a rather massive project as my reading goal, this year is going to be a lot more about relaxing and enjoying what I’m reading. Continue reading

Favorite Books of Fall 2019

I read a lot of really enjoyable books this past season, but for some reason, I’d only call a handful of them my favorites. It’s odd what a difference it is from the summer, where I had too many favorites to include in one post, but it is what it is! Keep reading for some of the most recent books I read and loved. Continue reading