October TBR

The weight of my tbr is feeling particularly crushing right now, which has motivated me to make overly ambitious plans for my October. I definitely won’t read all of these, but I know I’m going to get to at least a few! 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

August Wrap Up

I really enjoy summer, but New York is in the middle of some really gross, sticky, hot weather and I am very ready for fall right now. Fortunately we’re headed in that direction now that August is officially over, which means it’s time for a monthly recap! Continue reading

Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2018

Fall is one of the busiest times of year for new book releases, and there are so many I’m really excited to talk about with you!! Continue reading

July Wrap Up

I’m not entirely sure how we’re closing in on the end of summer, but somehow we are and it is time for another monthly wrap up! I read some really good books this month that I’m excited to share with you, including some of my favorite romances of the year. And this post is long, but stay tuned at the end for an adorable surprise! Continue reading

Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag

I wasn’t planning to do the Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag untilĀ after the halfway point of the year, but since my inbox is full of other bloggers doing this tag and I don’t want to miss out, I’m jumping on the bandwagon and doing it now, too! Continue reading

May Wrap Up

I read a bunch of amazing books last month that I can’t wait to talk about! Also, I’m trying something a little new this month in the formatting of my wrap up posts; let me know what you think in the quick poll at the end.

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