October Wrap Up

Happy Halloween! It is kind of blowing my mind that October is already over. How are there only two months left of 2018? How? Also, how did I read thirteen (and three half) books this month? I genuinely don’t understand. But I’m definitely happy about it. What I Read: I Hate Fairyland Vol. 3 & […]

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Fall Reading List

It’s finally fall! And I am ridiculously excited. It’s my favorite season for pretty much anything: sweaters, coffee, reading, and pumpkin everything. California is finally getting rain next week, and it’s no longer ninety degrees outside, and I am so ready for a nice, cozy few months filled with good books. I usually plan my […]

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September Wrap Up

September was one of those months that flew by, but also felt like it took forever. I was honestly surprised when I started putting this post together and realized how much I’d actually read this month. I hit a small reading slump towards the beginning of the month, but forced myself to pick it back […]

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Ten 2018 Releases You Should Read This Fall

2018 has already been a great year for books, and we still have three months left. I haven’t read all of the new releases I wanted to this year, but I have read a fair number of them, and have definitely discovered some new favorites. I looked back through the 2018 releases I’ve read so […]

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Fall Book Tag

I rarely do book tags anymore, but I just cant resist fall (and I’m running out of post ideas). I don’t think I did this one last year, so I’m doing it now. The Fall Book Tag was created by Bionic Book Worm. I’ve been following her for a while, and this is such a […]

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Fall Favorites

It’s favorites time again! I almost forgot to write this post in my frenzy to come up with all of my blogmas posts (where are all the holiday tags this year?). I had a really great fall reading season this year – I read a ton of books, most of which I liked. However, there […]

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November Wrap Up

I cannot believe November is over. This year has gone by way too quickly, and there are still so many books I want to get to. But I made it through Nonfiction November, and read a total of seven nonfiction books, mostly a mixture of history and memoir. And somehow I managed to read seventeen […]

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