This year I'm participating in the "2022 support book bloggers" challenge, created by Briana @ Pages Unbound. I think it's a great way to uplift the community and support each other. For today's post I'll list 10 book bloggers I've really been loving ever since I created my blog, less than a year ago. Now,… Continue reading 10 Book Bloggers I’ve Been Loving
I'm very excited to write today's review, as this was an unexpected read that I didn't think I'd love as much as I did. I decided to listen to this book for two reasons: 1) simply because it is written by the creator of The Good Place, which I haven't seen but my friend loves… Continue reading Book Review: How to Be Perfect by Michael Schur
Today's post is definitely more of ramble. Last Wednesday I had a bit of a crisis going through my favourites shelf on Goodreads. I hadn't updated it in a while and I wasn't sure it reflected my current favourites. This might not really matter to most people, but for some reason I stress a lot… Continue reading What is a Favourite Book?
This review comes a bit late, as I finished this last month, but I wanted to write it regardless, so here it is! About the book Thanks to Hachette Audio for sending me an audiobook copy in exchange for an honest review. Rating: ★★★.5 Genre: Contemporary, romance, adult Representation: Black main and secondary characters Content warning: Mentions of death… Continue reading Book Review: How to Marry Keanu Reeves in 90 Days by K.M. Jackson
I talked about reading goals and pressure in December where I mentioned I don't necessarily enjoy setting hard goals for reading, as I don't like feeling pressure with this hobby. However, I do have some wishes—for lack of a better word—of where I'd like to take my reading. In 2022 I'd like to dedicate some… Continue reading 2022 Reading Wishes
December reading started off quite slow for me, and I thought I wouldn't get much reading in, but I ended up having a fantastic month! As you will see, it was the month of the comics and, although there's a debate on whether we should log/count them, I'm of the opinion we 100% should, because… Continue reading December Wrap-Up