Welcome to my log tour stop for Mayhem, a recent read that I really enjoyed. If you like beach towns and morally gray supernatural happenings, this one's for you!
I'm really excited to be sharing this month's bullet journal setup. July's spreads are inspired by Outer Banks, which I watched last month and greatly enjoyed.
Hello lovelies! Today, I am lucky enough to be participating on the blog tour for In the Role of Brie Hutchens..., which is officially one of my new favorite middle grade books.
Today's post is brought to you by the amazing May @ Forever and Everly, who's created a Percy Jackson character book tag in celebration of the recent news that Rick Riordan is working with Disney+ to make Percy Jackson into a tv series.
Get ready, because this post is gonna be a little long, but I'm super excited for it because I'm gonna be talking about 45 (!!!) of my anticipated releases of diverse books (middle grade, young adult, and adult) for this summer.
Hi friends! I'm dropping in today to share my bullet journal setup for June, as well as a review and giveaway of the Poooliprinter.
If you want to see how I've been using my bullet journal while social distancing and doing school from home, you've come to the right place!
It's May! Which means: (a) good weather (hopefully) (b) AP exams 😭 and (c) Asian Pacific American Heritage Month! This year, I'm celebrating by reading all books written by Asian and Pacific Islander authors. I'm super excited to read these and I hope you enjoy this little tbr post!
Hello everyone, and happy end-of-April! I've been having a lot of fun coming up with bullet journal spread ideas while hanging out at home, and I can't wait to share what I've come up with for my May setup.
Difficult to read at times, but incredibly well-written, Cracked Up to Be is raw and powerful and heart-breaking.