While I lamented how little I read this year in my 2020 recap post, I still read a fair amount overall, so there’s a lot to choose from for my favorites! I enjoyed a number of books immensely this past year (and will give them a shoutout in this post!), but there are a few that standout as some new all-time favorites that I’m sure to reread. Continue reading
Is it worth it to make 2021 reading goals when I so thoroughly ignored my 2020 goals? Probably not, but it’s fun for me to make a list of reading goals, so I’m going to do it anyways! Here’s hoping they go better than they did this past year. Continue reading
I’m back! At least for a little while. The last few months since I got a puppy, started a new job, and moved have been crazy busy, but I have this week off (which I am super excited about), so I figured I’d spend some time blogging and talking about my reading and knocking out a few year-end posts! Continue reading
So this post is coming a lot later than I anticipated. But the good news is, because I waited so long, I’m able to add a few recently announced releases that I’m pretty excited about! Continue reading
So Jenica and I didn’t totally plan through our reading bingo board, otherwise I would have had recommendation posts up and ready to go much earlier! But considering I don’t think anyone participating actually plans to stick to their TBR (if they even made one), I figure it’s still helpful to share some recommendations to help get your bingo on.
If you haven’t seen it yet, Jenica at Firewhiskey Reader and I made a bingo board! Jenica was commenting on Twitter that she wanted something similar to the Ripped Bodice bingo to get her through the fall, and I thought it sounded like fun to make one, so we did! And then Jenica’s sister got involved and illustrated it, and the final product is just so cool!! Continue reading
I have a batch of three books by new-to-me authors that I’m excited to talk about today! First up is the new geeky contemporary romance Loathe at First Sight by Suzanne Park, followed by f/f hockey romance Out on the Ice by Kelly Farmer and spooky post-WWI m/m historical Best Laid Plaids by Ella Stainton.
There was a tweet making the rounds earlier this week asking what author people own the most books by, and of course I couldn’t just straight up answer the question and move on. I wanted to get technical and talk about all of the authors I own a lot of books by! So I figured I’d turn this into its own blog post. Continue reading
I’ve been pretty vocal on Twitter about my support for Black Lives Matter, but I want to make sure and register that here on my blog since it’s such an important platform for me. Keep reading to learn more about things I’ve already been doing to support Black authors, and steps I’m planning to take in the future to do better. Continue reading
I wasn’t planning to do another book haul post, but I ordered so many more books that it seemed worth the time! Keep reading to see what I all have to find room on my shelves for. Continue reading