April & May Wrap Up

April & May Wrap Up

I’ve been slacking over here, but I have been reading! In an attempt to catch up on the last two months (and almost a year without posting, whoops) I’m combining April and May books and hoping to get back in the swing of things now that it’s summer. The Girls at 17 Swann Street by Yara Zgheib I read this in April […]

March Wrap-Up

March Wrap-Up

I am still getting back into the swing of things, and right now wrap ups seem to be the easiest way to get back into this. I read four more books in March, one of which is going to be a favorite for the year and maybe all- time. I’m definitely feeling more like reading that I have for the last […]

January + February Wrap Up

January + February Wrap Up

Happy New Year to this blog, which has sat ignored and neglected for nearly three months. I have been reading though! And since I haven’t done a wrap up in ages, I figured I would roll everything into one. I’ve mostly been reading contemporary/romances because they are an easy way to get back into things, BUT I’m reading Daisy Jones & […]

August Wrap-Up

August Wrap-Up

Happy September! I know we’re over a week into the month, but I can’t believe summer is really ending. August definitely ended up being a crazy month. On the 31st, I got ENGAGED! So that was definitely the highlight of the month for me. I read some, but not a lot, and watched movies/TV shows that I’ve already rounded up […]

July Wrap Up

July Wrap Up

Hi there! Can we believe it’s already August? Or, the first month of Halloween, as I also like to call it. July started out as a really great month, book-wise, but once I read The Heart’s Invisible Furies, I wasn’t able to pick up much else without getting bored or losing interest even if I was enjoying it. did get in […]

June Wrap Up

June Wrap Up

I think it’s safe to say we’re all shocked we’re halfway through the year already, so I’ll skip that this month and say that I read some of the best books in June. I gave just about everything either 4 or 5 stars, which is rare for me. AND I read 11 things, which continues to surprise me. I think […]