Weekly Wrap Up – August 12

This week was… not great. My reading definitely slowed down quite a bit, and it’s just been a very long, hard week. I did finish one book, and am working on a few others, so it wasn’t completely bad. The book I finished this week is The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid. […]

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(A Tiny) July Book Haul

It’s time again for another book haul! July was kind of a weird month for me book buying-wise, because I didn’t get any books from Book of the Month OR Book Outlet. What? I know. I can’t remember the last time I did a haul without either one of those. But none of the BOTM […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – August 5

This was another pretty great reading week. The last few days have been a bit stressful, but I still managed to finish three books earlier in the week, so my lack of reading wasn’t the end of the world. The first book I finished this week is Factfulness by Hans Rosling. I’ve talked about the one […]

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Book Review | Kismet

I’m not sure why, but lately I’ve been getting the urge to read books that are not what I typically reach for. Case in point: Kismet, a novel that decidedly fits into the romance category. I like romance in books, but I normally enjoy it more in the context of other generes (i.e. fantasy or historical […]

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August Reading List

We are barely two days in, and August is already turning out to be an excellent reading month. As of my writing this, I’ve already finished one book, and am making excellent progress on a few others. So I’m going to go against my instinct and keep this list short. I want the freedom to […]

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July Wrap Up

I’m back! And by back, I mean I read more than four books this month, and it feels so good! I made it through a total of eight books in July, and liked all of them. So I think it’s safe to call this month a win. What I Read: Something in the Water by Catherine […]

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Book Review | Less

I am always intrigued by award winning books. I’m interested to know what about them was special enough to make them stand out. Was it the story? Was the writing particularly amazing? I need to know. Unsurprisingly, I don’t love every single award-winning book I’ve ever read. But that doesn’t make me want to read […]

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