My Spring Reading List

It’s the first day of spring! Which is the beginning of that time of the year when I stay inside in the air conditioning and read. But it’s also the time of year that feels like a new start, full of possibilities. Today, I thought I’d share a few books I would really like to […]

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Women’s History Books to Read for Women’s History Month

Last month, I shared some history or historical books to read for Black History Month (or anytime, really). So, I thought I’d do the same thing for Women’s History Month! I stuck to books I’ve read and feel confident recommending (most of the books recommended under the main suggestions are books still on my TBR). […]

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Book Review | The Rise & Fall of the Dinosaurs

Yes, it’s dinosaur time. This year, I have kind of reverted back to my eight-year-old self: dinosaur and space obsessed. My brain might be better suited for English and history, but my first love has always been science. And yes, I’ve always been a massive nerd, thanks for asking. I’m sure my entire family remembers […]

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Book Review | Heart Berries

Recently, I realized that the vast majority of memoirs I read are by celebrities (medical memoirs come in second). Which isn’t a bad thing – it’s something I really enjoy. They’re usually a great combination of both deep and funny. However, I did want to explore a memoir by someone I hadn’t already heard of. […]

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Book Review | Plight of the Living Dead

I’d be willing to bet a lot of you think this is some sort of horror novel about zombies. Well, you’d be half right. Because this book is about zombies. But it’s not fiction. Zombies are real. They’re just not the kind of zombies we see in science fiction movies. Well, mostly. In his book, […]

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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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My Favorite Nonfiction of 2018

Unless you’re new to this blog – if you are, welcome! – then you probably already know it’s a goal of mine to read at least one nonfiction book a month. I think it’s an extremely manageable goal, and I haven’t missed a single month in two years. Which means I’ve read some really great […]

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