The Seven Deadly Sins Book Tag

I thought it was about time for me to do another book tag, and this one seems like a lot of fun. I wasn’t tagged, but I saw this over on Bookidote – hope it’s okay that I stole this! (though I guess that’s appropriate for the Seven Deadly Sins Book Tag). Greed – What […]

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July Book Haul

It is time once again for my monthly book haul! As you might have noticed, I did not go completely insane in July – well, at least not as insane as I usually am when it comes to buying books. But I did still add quite a few books to my library (which, at this […]

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Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag

It’s almost the end of June, which means we are nearly halfway through the 2019. I feel like this year has flown by, but I’ve also already read eighty books, so I have definitely made the most of these six months. I have failed at doing this tag for the past few years – I […]

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The Books that Got Me Back into Reading (and What I Think of Them Now)

After college, I didn’t read anything for a while. I think I might have reread some Meg Cabot books right after I moved back home, but that was about it. And I was struggling, because I still identified as a reader. That’s who I’ve always been, and then I wasn’t. I didn’t read, I wasn’t […]

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10 Reasons You Should Read Whatever You Want

There are millions of books in the world, and you’ll never be able to read all of them. Why waste your time reading books you’re not interested in? If you spend your time reading the books you think you should read (but won’t necessarily enjoy), you might miss out on the ones that you want […]

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My 2017 Reading Stats

It’s the last day of 2017 – which is really strange – but that means it’s time for my 2017 reading stats! This took me FOREVER, but I love how it turned out, and it was actually really helpful in looking at what I’d like to improve next year. This year, I read a total […]

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On Reading

I have been a collector of quotes almost as long as I’ve been a reader. In elementary and high school, I filled unorganized notebooks with quotes I liked, spending hours online and in books finding new ones. Not all of them meant something to me, but many of them did. Today, I wanted to do something […]

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