Ideally I would have put together this post at the beginning of Nonfiction November, but I did not adequately plan ahead for that. I really want to give my nonfiction reading some much overdue attention, though, so consider this a list of nonfiction books to pick up even once Nonfiction November is over! Continue reading →
After reading 176 books in 2018, you’d think it’d be impossible to narrow it down to my 10 favorites. But honestly, it was surprisingly easy; these are the ones that most stood out to me on my first pass through my Goodreads shelf. Continue reading →
It’s been a bit since I’ve done a Monthly Recommendations post (be sure to check out the Goodreads group here!), but I’m back with a really fun one asking us to spotlight one book from each of the 11 topics that have been featured this year! Continue reading →
I haven’t done a tag post in such a long time, but I’ve been wanting to do one for a while and realized when I started trying to answer the questions is Kayla’s Do I Have That Book Challenge video that it was the perfect tag post to do!
I’m SO excited to finally be fully participating in the Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon! Seriously, I’ve always been out of town or had family visiting since I first learned about the readathon, so this is the first time I can give my full attention to the readathon. I just have to cross my fingers that nothing comes up for work! Continue reading →
The list of books I want to read in August is so ridiculously long, I can’t imagine there’s any way I’m actually going to get through them all. But hopefully I can at least make a good dent! Continue reading →
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!
There is SO MUCH book news this week! Seriously, there are book announcements and cover reveals for Seanan McGuire, Deborah Harkness, Angie Thomas, Rick Riordan, and V.E. Schwab, and that’s only scratching the surface. Check it out! Continue reading →