Quote of the Week

This week, I decided to introduce a new feature on my blog! Each week, I want to share one of my favorite quotes with you guys. I’ve been collecting notebooks full of quotes since I was in elementary school. I think they helped me make sense of the world when I was younger, and, as […]

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Book Review | The Liar’s Room

Last year, I went through a bit of a thriller phase, and I’ve been itching to pick up another one. And, I’ll admit it, the tagline of Simon Lelic’s The Liar’s Room hooked me. I’m not quite sure what I was expecting, but this book definitely went to a place I was not anticipating at all. (All […]

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My Most Anticipated 2019 Releases

2018 was a great year for books. And it looks like 2019 is going to be even better! There are so many books coming out this year that I have been eagerly anticipating, including new books by Erin Morgenstern, Margaret Atwood, and Helene Wecker. I have been waiting for these for years (no exaggeration). There […]

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December Book Haul

It’s time for my last book haul of 2018 (or first of 2019, depending on how you look at it). December was an extremely busy month, which means this is an extremely small book haul. I was just trying to catch up on everything going on, and just didn’t get around to buying books. This […]

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Book Review | This Will Only Hurt a Little

I have been a fan of Busy Philipps since Freaks and Geeks. No, I didn’t watch the show in 1999 (I was ten). But I did start watching it maybe six years after it aired. I’ve even owned the DVD by the time I graduated high school. And when I saw that Victoria Schwab enjoyed Busy Philipps’s […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – January 6

It’s the first weekly wrap up of the new year! I hope you all had a great first week of 2019. My year didn’t get off to the greatest start, but it wasn’t that bad, either. I didn’t read quite as much as I wanted to, but I read every day, so I’m not mad […]

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Shakespeare Mini Reviews (16-20)

It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these posts, but that doesn’t mean I stopped reading Shakespeare plays every month. I actually have five plays to review today, but I combined three of them because they’re different parts of the same tetralogy. Here are the most recent Shakespeare plays I read: Henry VI, […]

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