#TBR October 2019

We’re already a week into October and I’m running so behind! September was not as productive reading-wise as I had hoped or anticipated, and so far, October has been just trying to play catch-up. So I think it’s time to create my game plan! I have some exciting new things going on, aside from starting… Read More

#TBR September 2019

Hey book friends! It’s my favorite time of the month, when I sit down and plan out my TBR for the month ahead. This month, I had some fun picks to choose from, and I’m pretty happy with this curation if I do say so myself. (Pats self on the back!) In the same fashion… Read More

#WrapUp August 2019 (with reviews): I read 22 books this month!

Guys… what else did I do this month? Apparently, I just did nothing but read and listen to audiobooks because… Twenty-two books! I’m not even kidding. I finished 22 books during the month of August. Here’s what they were… Katherine Center is quickly becoming a must-read author for me. How to Walk Away was so,… Read More

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

#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

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

#BookReview: The Bride Test by Helen Hoang

The Bride Test by Helen Hoang Genre: Contemporary RomancePublisher: Berkley Book Release Date: May 7, 2019My Review: ★★★★★ The Bride Test by Helen Hoang was just as awesome as The Kiss Quotient. It was fantastic.  What I loved about this book were the highly relatable and quirky characters. Khai is autistic, very routine and almost mechanical but very highly… Read More

#BookReview: The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren Genre: Contemporary RomancePublisher: Gallery Books Book Release Date: May 14, 2019My Review: ★★★★★ Absolutely loved this book.  I loved the characters. I love-love-loved the enemies to lovers tension and slow burn. I loved the sister-love between Olive and Ami, and the brother-love between Ethan and what’s his name. (Lol) There was this character/story arc… Read More