Now that 2017 is almost over, and I won't be reading any more books, I thought it was a good time to make a list of my favorite books of the year! Please note that these are not necessarily books that came out in 2017, but books that I read in 2017. I will be… Continue reading My Favorite Books of 2017
4.5 stars Eliza and her monsters was a very spontaneous read for me, as I started reading it literally the day that Vicky from VickyWhoReads recommended it to me (which was during midterms week) and I'm so glad that I did! Here's the synopsis: Her story is a phenomenon. Her life is a disaster. In… Continue reading Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia
Thanks so much to Vicky @Vicky Who Reads for tagging me in this! WHAT IS THE HOCUS POCUS BOOK TAG? The Hocus Pocus Book Tag is themed around the movie Hocus Pocus & it’s a way to help promote books you love! HOW DOES IT WORK? There are no rules. It’s YOUR blog. But it… Continue reading The Hocus Pocus Book Tag
∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 5 stars I read Turtles All the Way Down back in October/November and absolutely loved it. I've always been a sucker for John Green's writing style and am convinced that this is his best work yet. Here is the synopsis:… Continue reading Turtles All the Way Down by John Green
I'm so excited to be participating in the winter bookish bingo this year! The Winter Bookish Bingo is a reading challenge hosted by Bekka from Pretty Deadly Blog! You can find the link to the post & sign up here! This challenge, which takes place from December to February, has 24 challenges & the goal… Continue reading Winter Bookish Bingo 2017-2018
Thank you so so so much to one of my closest friends, and the lovely being who made this blog for me (isn't she just amazing), Vicky from @VickyWhoReads for tagging me in this award. Never did I believe that my second blog post ever would be a book tag and I'm so grateful to have such… Continue reading The Sunshine Blogger Award
On my seemingly annual book slump and why I've been so inactive on my new blog, as well as some crucial info about book slumps in general and what you can do to try to prevent them.