The Jingle Bell Book Tag

It’s time for the first holiday tag of the year! I was tagged by the lovely Michelle @ Book Adventures to do the Jingle Bell Book Tag (created by Richard @ The Humpo Show). This tag was so much fun to do, so I hope you enjoy it! “All I Want For Christmas Is You…” – What book […]

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Bookish App Reviews

There are so many book-related apps out there right now, which is amazing! Everywhere you go, you can stay connected to your reader friends, discover new books and bookstores, and always, always have something to read. I haven’t tried every single app out there, but I have tried a fair few of them, so I […]

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Fall Favorites

It’s time for my seasonal (or quarterly, whichever you prefer) favorites! I read a lot of great books this fall, so narrowing them down to five favorites was not easy. But there were a few books that stood above the rest (to see all of what I read in fall, click the links to see […]

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Book Review | Thanks a Lot, John LeClair

Johanna Parkhurst’s sophomore novel, Thanks a Lot, John LeClair, is not something I would typically pick up. When the book’s publicist reached out to me, I almost responded with a “no, thanks”, because I don’t usually like books that are really heavy on sports. But something about it spoke to me, and once I started reading it, […]

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Adventures in Writing | It’s Different When You’re Being Graded

This week, as I attempted to write another section of my thesis, it occurred to me that I’m approaching this project in a completely different way than I would if I didn’t need to turn it in. My thesis is fiction, so I am essentially writing a novel, but I’m treating it like schoolwork. Yes, […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – December 3

I actually just wrote November in the title, because how is it December already? This last month has felt like forever, but somehow also flew past. I have a ridiculous amount to do this month, and I have no idea how I’m going to get it all done. This week, I took on a freelance project […]

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Book Review | A Study in Charlotte

I’m kind of a sucker for anything Sherlock. He’s one of my favorite literary characters, and I actually like almost any iteration of him I’ve come across. Sherlock-inspired books are nothing new, but something about Brittany Cavallaro’s young adult debut novel stood out to me, and I picked it up as soon as it hit […]

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