How to Read Like a Rebel

Growing up, reading was my form of rebellion. If I was told not to read something, I read it. Knowledge is power, right? (I think I had a t-shirt with that printed on it.) I wasn’t content with being told something was wrong, I needed to know what it was and then understand why it was […]

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Book Review | Blood Rose Rebellion

I’ll be honest here, I’m not quite sure why I requested Blood Rose Rebellion for review. I think I might have seen it on BookTube at one point, and I liked the cover. And I have kind of been in the mood for more young adult fantasy. I wish I’d read some reviews before I decided […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – March 19

This week was a fairly good reading week. I ended up reading two books I absolutely loved (and will be reviewing soon). I’ve kind of been in a weird space, reading-wise, since I finished grad school, and I’m still figuring out how t get back into reading more, because I definitely have time for it, […]

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Book Review | A Conjuring of Light

The finale to V. E. Schwab’s Darker Shades of Magic series was one of my most anticipated books of the year. And it was brilliant! I am so happy with the ending of this series, and cannot wait to read it again. P.S. This review is pretty short, since I try to make all my […]

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Recommended Reading | Women’s History Month

For the past few years, I have been getting more and more into reading feminist literature – both fiction and nonfiction. It is something I really enjoy and something I make a priority when selecting books to read. While I still enjoy male-centric books, I make an effort to seek out female-centric books, too. In […]

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Book Review | All That’s Left to Tell

Today, I have a review Daniel Lowe’s debut novel, All That’s Left to Tell. It is a contemporary mystery that explores father-daughter relationships. I haven’t read many books centered around fathers and daughters, so I was definitely intrigued by this book. And while it ended up being completely different than I was expecting, I still think […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – March 12

It’s been a very, very long week. I worked a few very long days, and was left with very little motivation to read. I didn’t even listen to an audiobook on my commute this week, because I couldn’t concentrate on it. (I listened to Hamilton on repeat instead, so I’m completely okay with it.) I […]

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