Favorite Books of Spring 2019

I read a lot of amazing books (and a few not-so-great ones) the past three months, but there were 10 that really stood out to me as some of my favorites that I just had to share! Continue reading

Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag

It’s that time of year again! The Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag has started popping up again in the book community, and since I’ve been meaning to do a tag for a while, the timing couldn’t be better. Continue reading

BookCon Recap 2019

Another year, another BookCon! I actually bought my tickets pretty late this year because I wasn’t sure I wanted to go — it’s fun, but it’s just so many people, and it gets to be a lot. But I can’t live in New York and not attend BookCon, and I’m glad I went because I had a great time! Continue reading

Most Anticipated Books of Summer 2019

Soooo many exciting books are coming out this summer! Strap in, because this installment of my most anticipated books is going to be a long one. Continue reading

7 Outrageous Romance Premises That Surprisingly Work

There are so many things I love about the romance genre, but one of my absolute favorites is how much fun authors have with it. The crazier the setup for two characters to fall in love, the better! Below are seven of my favorite romances with crazy premises that the authors somehow manage to pull off. Continue reading

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

10 Favorite Books of 2018

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