December Wrap Up

December was a rather busy month for me, so I really wasn’t sure how much reading I’d get in. As it turns out, I wound up powering through a lot of romances this month (the Psy-Changeling series is just so addicting!), plus a handful of other things, so all in all it was a good conclusion to my 2018 reading! Continue reading

Monthly Recs: Mash Up

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

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

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before: I Liked the Movie Better

To All the Boys NetflixI wasn’t planning to write this post, but I loved the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before movie so much that I immediately felt the need to reread the book. And despite being a huge fan of the book, it turns out that I somehow like the movie more! And I can’t stop thinking about it, hence the need to write this post. 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

Book News: April 13, 2018

So many happenings the last two weeks! I have updates from Sarah J. Maas (we finally have a Throne of Glass title!!), Harry Potter, Eloisa James, Jenny Han, and more, so keep reading!
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’90s Movies Book Tag

Angelica from The Book Cover Girl recently tagged me to do the ’90s Movies Book Tag, and it was such a fun tag that of course I had to do it here on my blog. Although I’m a little embarrassed to admit that I’ve only seen maybe half of these movies… Continue reading