Book Review · Standalone Sunday

Standalone Sundays: We Are Okay – Nina LaCour

Standalone Sunday is a weekly feature hosted by Megan at Bookslayer Reads. The name of the game is to focus on standalone books, and give them some love in the day of trilogies and big franchises. With just her phone, her wallet, and a picture of her mother, Marin leaves her whole life behind. After… Continue reading Standalone Sundays: We Are Okay – Nina LaCour

Book · TTT

TTT: Books You Can Read in One Day

Some days, especially cozy wintery ones, I just want a hot drink, some treats, and a good book to read. These are the best lazy days, and even better when you can knock a book off your TBR in the process.     1 Between the World and Me: A great book discussing the racial… Continue reading TTT: Books You Can Read in One Day

Book Review · Mini-Review · Quick Lit

Quick Lit

Dear Readers, This is my first post for Quick Lit, which is hosted monthly by Modern Mrs. Darcy. Like many book bloggers, I don’t get to review everything I read and that can be a bummer. I thought this was a great opportunity to give short mini-reviews on a few books/graphic novels I read over… Continue reading Quick Lit

Classics Club

Classic Club Spin #15

Hey Readers, I’m pumped that I finally get to participate in a Spin challenge! I haven’t in the past because I usually know what Classic I want to read for that month. For those who don’t know, this is connected to my Classics challenge that I started last summer with the Classics Club. How it… Continue reading Classic Club Spin #15


TTT: Books I Liked Less Than I Thought I Would

This Top Ten Tuesday could go badly. When it comes to some very popular books, I tend to have unpopular opinions. And sometimes I’m vocal about those opinions… So in case anyone feels any rage over one of my picks, please note that I don’t think any of these books are terrible, or that you… Continue reading TTT: Books I Liked Less Than I Thought I Would


Happenings Vol. 1

Wrap Up Yeeeeeessssss! I made it! I reached my 2016 reading goal of fifty-two books, and passed it by five. Since I usually only read twenty a year, this was an important goal to me. Hooray for imaginary points! December ended up being a strong month, with my favorite read being The Martian Chronicles. A… Continue reading Happenings Vol. 1


Last Post of the Year: What’s Next for 2017?

Hey Readers! I wanted to let everyone know the changes I’m planning on making for 2017. My direction and focus has been a little all over the place in 2016, as I was trying to figure out what I wanted to read and write about. I love books, and I want to continue giving my… Continue reading Last Post of the Year: What’s Next for 2017?