Weekend #BookTag: Mid-Year Book Freak Out 2019

I’m only about a month and a half late in posting this, but since I’ve been wanting to start blogging some Book Tags, this looked like a great place to start. 🙂 It’s hard to pinpoint exactly where this Book Tag originated, but from what I could find, it was ReadLikeWildfire and Earl Grey Books. I may… Read More

August 2019 Mid-Month Check-In (With #BookReviews)

I’ve been on fire this month! Thankfully not literally, but I’m almost finished with the TBR I set for August and I’ve even finished a couple books that weren’t originally on my TBR. Here’s a few of the most notable so far. How to Walk Away by Katherine Center Once I picked this up, I… Read More

#BookOfTheMonth August 2019

Disclaimer: Everything in this post is 100% voluntary and self-funded. No one is endorsing me for posting this! Here we go, folks! I just ordered my Book of the Month books, and I cannot wait until these babies arrive. Here’s the August BOTM breakdown. The main book I selected for this month was: This book… Read More

#BookReview: Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens Genre: Historical FictionPublisher:  G.P. Putnam’s Sons (Penguin Group)Book Release Date: August 14, 2018My Review: ★★★★★ I couldn’t put this down. Amazing story, characters, setting. What a tragic and lonely life this child/girl/woman had. And my goodness, what a brilliant mind she had despite going to school one measly day of her life!… Read More

#BookReview: City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert

City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert Genre: Women’s FictionPublisher:  Riverhead BooksBook Release Date: June 4, 2019My Review: ★★★★ First, let me save that I wavered between a 3-star and 4-star rating on this. On one hand, this story was slightly reminiscent of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” in the way that it was written autobiographical… Read More

#BookOfTheMonth July 2019

My book box came in a few days ago from Book of the Month, and don’t you know, I had to jump straight into one of them. The main book I selected for this month was: Aside from being such a beautiful cover, I thought it sounded like a great story that spoke to my… Read More

June 2019 Reading Wrap Up

It was an interesting month. There were a couple of books I didn’t get to that I intended on reading, but there were several I ended up reading I hadn’t originally planned on, so overall, I was happy. Here’s what I read in June… In all honesty, I read the bulk of The Hypnotist’s Love… Read More