Hello friends! I haven't stopped in here on my blog for a hot second, which is a bummer, but one of my goals for 2020 is to keep up with blogging better, so I figured I'd get off to a good start by sharing a post with you all today! I present to you...the 2nd Annual Blossoms and Bullet Journals Personal Book Awards!
How to Be Remy Cameron is a well-written, diverse novel that explores the complex topic of identity through the lens of a teenage boy trying to figure out how to write his college essay.
Hello readers, and welcome to this very belated recap of my October.
I'm back to share a recap of my September, which was busy, to say the least.
A while back, I was a part of the blog tour for Fake It Till You Break It, and unfortunately, I was not a huge fan of the book. Now that the tour's been over for a while, I'll be sharing some thoughts on why it didn't work for me.
Hello friends, and happy fall! Keep reading to hear about the previous two months of my life in terms of books, blogging, and just general life-y stuff.
She's the Worst is a fun romp through LA that tells a story of sisters reconnecting over the course of (for the most part) one day. I felt that it was lacking in some areas, which prevented me from rating it higher than three stars, but I still found this contemporary novel fairly enjoyable.
Stacey Lee's most recent novel is a stunning work of historical fiction that explores often-overlooked pieces of America's past and had me gasping at every plot twist.
Join me in freaking out about what I have and haven't read so far this year!
Happy weekend, and happy almost-start-of-the-reading-rush! The Reading Rush (formerly known as Booktubeathon) is a week-long readathon that I've participated in the past two years. Each year for one week, readers all around the world come together to try to read as much as possible and complete various reading challenges.