Favorite Books of Winter 2018-2019

I’m not sure how it’s possible to be totally comfortable naming only 10 favorite books of 2018, but to then go wild when listing my favorites by season. Regardless, I’ve been wanting to highlight more of my favorite reads for a while now and thought it might be fun to share what my favorite books were that I read in the last three months. Somehow this installment is 12 books long! Continue reading

Rereading The Bridgertons

Julia Quinn’s Bridgerton series was one of my absolute favorites when I was in high school. But high school wasn’t just a few years ago anymore (it’s creeping up on 10!), and when people discuss their favorite Bridgerton books, I can’t remember them anymore; I just know I love the series! Continue reading

Most Anticipated Books of Spring 2019

It’s time for another list of my most anticipated new releases! The list is rather short this time around, but it features all books from some of my favorite authors of 2018, so I’m really looking forward to them. Continue reading

February TBR

I was thinking of skipping my TBR post for February because I didn’t think I had any books I specifically wanted to get to. But then all of a sudden I found myself with a rather large list and figured a February TBR post wasn’t such a bad idea after all! Continue reading

Monthly Recs: New Year’s Resolutions (SciFi Edition)

January’s monthly recommendation topic is such a timely one for me, because I was just thinking when I was evaluating my yearend stats that I should really read more scifi because I really seem to enjoy it, and this month we’re talking about genres we’ve found gems in but still seem to neglect! Continue reading

My Lifelong Reading Goals

I mentioned this in my 2019 Reading Goals post, but I have so many grand plans for diversifying my reading, and it’s really hard not to make them all part of my goals for the coming year! So instead, since I still want to outline and articulate those goals, I thought I’d put them together in a post that’s more focused on the longterm than the short term. Continue reading