Mid-year reading reflection and tag

I can’t believe that 2020 is halfway over- its been a wild year to say the least. At the beginning of the year I expected to barely get any reading done because of work, and then work stopped and all of the sudden I was ahead of my reading goal. So far this year I’ve […]

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The bibliophile’s night out book tag

Beth over at Booksnest just created this original book tag, and I was immediately inspired by the questions and decided to answer. Check out Beth’s post here. Pre-drinks | A prequel/novella you’ve read This is much harder than I thought- I don’t read many novellas or many prequels! The first one that comes to my […]

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6 Standalone Novels Even the Series Lover Won’t Be Able to Put Down

If you’re anything like me, you love a good series. The longer the better! I love getting invested in characters, and watching their growth and development over multiple books. I like stories with cliff-hangers and plot twists. For all these reasons, it’s so much easier for me to get into series than standalone novels. I’ve […]

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7 Great Autobiographies by Women that Everyone Should Read

The Right to Choose by Gisèle Halimi If you are looking for a short but powerful read, The Right to Choose is for you. Halimi writes about her childhood, as well as her lawyer work fighting to legalize abortion and make it more accessible to women of all economic backgrounds. This book is out of […]

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The Lover Book Tag | 2019

I’ve been trying to write a blog post for ages now, but nothings been grabbing my attention, until now! What Vicky Read created the Lover Book Tag, which is inspired by Taylor Swift’s new album, which I have been listening to non stop since it came out. I Forgot That You Existed – A book […]

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Wrap-up: July 2018

I am a month late with this wrap-up but at least it’s happening! During July I was taking my last summer class so I didn’t have that much time for reading. I did recently post a review of the Grisha Trilogy, so read that if you want my potentially unpopular opinions on that series. 

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