(Nonfiction) November Reading List

Happy November everyone! I can’t believe we have less than two months left of 2019. But I am very excited for November, because I have some great books on my reading list for this month. While I would love to read exclusively nonfiction for Nonfiction November, there are just too many other books I need […]

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October Wrap Up

Happy Halloween! It’s the end of October, which can only mean one thing (other than Halloween) – it’s time for another monthly wrap up! This month, I read nineteen books (well, seventeen and two standalone short stories) so this is going to be a long post. So some candy and let’s jump right in! What […]

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The Fall Bucket List Book Tag

I can’t stop reading all of the fall book tags floating around the internet lately – it’s honestly one of my favorite things about fall because it makes me even more excited about all the fall things I love – and I was tagged by Shyla at Words and Stitches to do The Fall Bucket […]

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The Autumn Tag

I am so ready for fall – or autumn if you’re not in the US – and I’ve been looking for the perfect fall tag to do. I came across this one on Perfectly Tolerable (go check out Brittany’s blog if you haven’t yet!) and thought it looked like a lot of fun. Let’s just […]

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October Reading List

Every year, the month I get most excited about when it comes to reading is October. Because it’s HALLOWEEN TIME! Which is basically my excuse to terrify myself with all of the horror novels and creepy thrillers I can get my hands on. And this month, I am not holding back. I’m already scared. Let’s […]

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September Wrap Up

September wasn’t my best reading month, but it was successful in that I read several books that have been sitting on my TBR for ages. So, even though I would have liked to fit another few books in, I’m still pretty happy with what I was able to read this month. And I’m happy that […]

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10 Gothic Novels You Should Read This Fall

So, apparently Hot Girl Summer has been replaced by Gothic Girl Fall, and I am so here for it. Mostly because I am really not a summer person, but also because Gothic literature is definitely my cup of tea (it also goes great with a cup of tea, if you were curious). Gothic literature is […]

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