Hi, friends and fellow book lovers. I never wrote a March wrap-up because I took a mini, unannounced hiatus at the end of March. Some things happened near the end of March, and it seemed weird to discuss them at that time, so I figured I'd put my March and April wrap-ups together. I'll get … Continue reading March + April wrap-up!
Hi, friends! February is over, so it's time for my February wrap-up. Books Read The Only Girl in the World by Maude Julien: 4.5 stars Vita Nostra by the Dyachenkos: 4 stars Text Me When You Get Home by Kayleen Schaefer: 3.5 stars Heart Berries by Terese Marie Mailhot: 4 stars Sabrina by Nick Drnaso: 4.5 … Continue reading February wrap-up!
Hi gals and pals! January lasted about 57 weeks but it is finally over! Books Read Fall on Your Knees by Anne-Marie MacDonald: four stars Wilder Girls by Rory Power: four stars The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline: four stars Her Body and Other Parties by Carmen Maria Machado: four stars Hunger by Roxane Gay: … Continue reading January wrap-up!
Hi gals and pals, Happy New Year! Hope 2020 brings lots of love and happiness and success into your lives 💕 Today is my final wrap-up post from 2019! A little late, but better late than never! Books Read The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield: 2.5 stars Not That Bad by Roxanne Gay: 5 stars A … Continue reading December wrap-up!
Hi gals and pals, I hope all is well with you! Today is the last day of November and thus my November wrap-up. I also just wanted to say that I'll be doing a mini-hiatus in December. School has just been a bit overwhelming lately and I haven't been enjoying blogging as much because of … Continue reading November wrap-up + mini hiatus announcement
October has now ended which is scary because I've been putting off so many things until November and now I have to do them. Books Read The Girls at 17 Swann Street by Yara Zgheib: 4 stars A Mind Spread Out on the Ground by Alicia Elliott: 5 (million) stars The Rest Of Us Just … Continue reading October wrap-up!
Happy Friday, pals! Today I'm talking about not having a favourite genre and how that impacts being a book blogger. Honestly, I’ve never really had a favourite genre. Mainly because I have a hard time choosing favourites in general, but also because I genuinely enjoy books from every genre. Every time I think I've decided … Continue reading Not having a favourite genre and how that influences being a book blogger
It's the end of September, which is crazy! September was a really long month and it genuinely feels like October is ending to me. Books Read The Dinner by Herman Koch: 3.5 stars Social Creature by Tara Isabella Burton: 4 stars The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater: 4.5 stars Diva by Jillian Larkin: 2 stars … Continue reading September wrap-up
August is over and where is the time going! I'm writing this as 12:01 am because I didn't realise it was the end of August lmao Books Read The Most Dangerous Place on Earth by Lindsey Lee Johnson: 4 stars Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater: 4 stars Columbine by Dave Cullen: 4 stars … Continue reading August wrap-up
Happy Tuesday, friends! Today I'm doing a fun tag where you get to learn more about me and I also get to talk about books. Shoutout to fellow Canadian Siobhan for tagging me in this tag! Rules: Thank the person who tagged you! Link back and credit the original creator (GoodeyReads) Answer book questions about yourself. … Continue reading Tag Tuesday: Get To Know the Blogger Tag
Happy Sunday, friends! Today I'm back with another awards post, this time from the lovely Sarah @ samesfoley. Sarah is great and one of my favourite people in the blogging world, so make sure you show her all the love she deserves! ALSO I think my comments are still going to people's spam boxes, so … Continue reading The Liebster Award
Happy Saturday, everyone! Today is my last post in this series! Thank you all so much for your support throughout the series. If there was anything I didn't cover that you wanted me to, please let me know down below and I'll either address it there, add it to this post, or maybe make a … Continue reading How to: pretend that you know what you’re doing + useful resources from around the community!