As readers we’ve all felt or caught that deadly - okay…maybe not deadly, but definitely frustrating - feeling we call The Reading Slump. You know, that feeling when you just can’t enjoy reading or reading feels like such a chores. Or when you actually feel like reading but you just CAN’T. *Cries in to book… Continue reading The Reading Slump: A Guide
Can you believe it’s almost August? No? Oh okay, me either. The last seven months of reading have been my best in what feels like years and I’m so proud of myself for reading almost 70 books since the beginning of the year. 2017 was the year of slumps for me, and I’m so glad… Continue reading Belated Mid Year Freak Out
I honestly can’t believe that it’s already May. May as in, you know, the fifth month of the year? Time has literally been ticking on by so damn fast. I don’t even know what I’ve done this year, it’s still January to me! Anyway, new month, new wrap up. Let’s tuck in to the books… Continue reading April Wrap Up
Hi guys! Welcome back to another really inconsistent post on my extremely inconsistent blog, except this time I have a thread of amazing recommendations for you - that’s right, I want to talk about the audiobooks that I think everyone should pick up IMMEDIATELY. For those of you who don’t know, audio books are actual… Continue reading So, you want to listen to a book!
Welcome back! I hope you’ve all been achieving all your reading goals, and if not! Oh well! Goals aren’t everything, you know? And if you have stuck to them, YAY, that’s so exciting and I hope you’re proud of yourself. Today I thought I’d share my review of Scythe by Neal Shusterman, which came out… Continue reading Scythe – Neal Shusterman & Q+A
Hello! How are you all going?! I hope January was a brilliant reading month for you, and if it wasn’t THAT’S OKAY!!!! Speaking of January, how in the book fairy’s name is it already over? I honestly feel like I accomplished absolutely nothing this month, but then I search through the #YADay threads on Instagram… Continue reading January Reading Wrap Up | 2018
2017 was the first year in a long time where my reading levels drastically improved. It’s been the first year that I actively changed my reading habits and implemented reading time into my rarely busy schedule of being a twenty one year old, which is something I hadn’t done for years! As much as I… Continue reading 17 Books I Wish I Read In 2017 | TTT