Monthly Recs: Witchy Reads

As much as I enjoy fantasy, it wasn’t until I started thinking of a list for the October Monthly Recommendations post about witchy reads that I realized I really don’t read many books featuring witches, which is kind of a shame because I really loved witchy books when I was growing up. So because I don’t really have many current recommendations, I thought it might be fun to do a throwback post to some of my favorite witchy reads from when I was a kid! Continue reading

Monthly Recs: Binge-Worthy Series

I’m pretty sure September just started, and yet somehow it’s almost over and I still haven’t posted this month’s Monthly Recommendations post! September is all about bingeworthy series, and it just so happens that I’ve binged my fair share of series, so I’ve got lots of options for this list. And don’t forget to check out the Goodreads group for even more great recommendations! Continue reading

Monthly Recs: Underrated Books

It’s time for another Monthly Recommendations post! If you’re not familiar with the Goodreads group, be sure to check it out here for even more recommendations. This month’s topic is underrated books. Continue reading

Monthly Recs: Books Worth a Reread

After skipping the June monthly recommendation post because I’d written a similar post shortly before they announced the June topic (audiobooks), I’m back with another installment, this time about rereads! Continue reading

Monthly Recs: BookTube Made Me Read It

So I’ve actually done this type of post before, only last time I did a BookTube Made Me Read It, it wasn’t part of the Monthly Recommendations Goodreads group (which you can check out here), so it included a few duds in it. Continue reading

Monthly Recs: Duologies

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