Weekly Wrap Up – December 16

I cannot believe it is halfway through December already. There are only two more weeks in the year. What? It’s been a rough few months, but this was the first week in a long while that I started feeling back to normal. I actually sat down and read, which I haven’t done in a while. […]

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The Bookish Book Lover Tag

It’s the end of the year, which means there are a lot of book tags going around. Today, I’m doing the Bookish Book Lover Tag, which I was tagged to do by Sam at RiverMoose Reads. This tag was created by Shantelle @Shantellemaryh – it looks like her blog no longer exists, but I’m still giving her credit. […]

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2018 Releases I Meant to Read

It should surprise no one that I didn’t read as much as I wanted to this year. It’s been a rough year for me. And while it’s definitely looking up – I am feeling much better, and my vision is almost completely back to normal – it means I had some epic reading slumps in […]

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Bookish Naughty or Nice Tag

It’s been a while since I’ve done a bookish tag, but I always love doing them around the holidays! This tag was created by Jenn, and I was tagged by Emma at The Terror of Knowing. I actually haven’t done this tag before, and it looks really fun, so let’s see how many bad bookish […]

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November Book Haul

November was a good month for book buying. And by that, I mean I bought far too many of them. Again. Are we surprised? Since I encountered a major reading slump in November, I still got to celebrate Nonfiction November by buying a lot of nonfiction books. That counts, right? Here are the books I […]

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My Most Disappointing Reads of 2018

It’s time for the end of year posts! Since I’m hoping to read a few more books before the end of the month, but am hoping none of them fit this category, I decided to get the bad out of the way first and discuss my most disappointing reads of the year.  I actually haven’t […]

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Book Review | Once Upon a River

 Once upon a time, before Goodreads and book blogs, I read Diane Setterfield’s The Thirteenth Tale and fell in love. Now, it’s been a while, so I don’t remember very much (reading a hundred plus books a year means they all kind of blur together at some point), but I do remember the feeling it gave me. […]

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