Hello friends, happy Friday! Today, we're going to do a post I did ages ago, and look at how well Goodreads knows me. As most of you probably know, Goodreads will give you recommendations based on specific shelves or genres. It can be a great way to find new books,,,,, when it works. Sometimes, it's … Continue reading How well does Goodreads know me?
Hi friends, happy Monday! Today, I'm going to be talking about some nonfiction books I want more people to read! These are not necessarily my favourite nonfiction books (though a couple are), but they're some books that I think are (1) underrated and/or (2) discuss important topics. So, let's talk about some books! I Hope … Continue reading Books I want more people to read: nonfiction
Hello friends, happy Friday! This week, I'm feeling a little lazy tbh. I don't have any draft posts finished, and I don't have any original ideas for blog posts at the moment. I've been in a bit of a reading and blogging slump lately, so expect some lazy posts lol. But anyway, this week I'm … Continue reading Some book covers I love for books I’m not interested in reading
Hello, friends! Time to talk about some more books on my TBR! This is a series where I talk about a specific subset of books on my TBR. I've done a few posts of really long lists of books on my TBR, so for these posts I'm going to try to keep the list fairly … Continue reading Books on my TBR: authors I’ve read before
Hi friends and fellow book lovers, I hope all is well! Today I'm going to be talking about some summery book recommendations. When I think of books I want to read in the summer, I want things that are either fast-paced and entertaining, or romances. It also helps if the books take place in the … Continue reading Some summery reads
Three Women by Lisa Taddeo From Goodreads In suburban Indiana we meet Lina, a homemaker and mother of two whose marriage, after a decade, has lost its passion. Starved for affection, Lina battles daily panic attacks and, after reconnecting with an old flame through social media, embarks on an affair that quickly becomes all-consuming. In … Continue reading Book review: Three Women
Good morning, y'all, and happy Monday! Today I'm writing a TBR (to be read) post. I know, hold your surprise. I don't tend to write TBRs because I'm much more of a mood reader, and just tend to pick up whatever I feel like at the time. But, I sometimes like making long-term TBRs, especially … Continue reading July and August TBR (???)
Happy Friday, friends! I hope your week went well. Last week, I co-hosted round 4 of graphics-a-thon, a readathon aimed at reading graphic novels, comics, etc. There were several prompts and a bingo board to complete, and I had a super ambitious TBR. I ended up having a busier week than I anticipated, so I didn't … Continue reading Graphics-a-thon wrap up
Hi friends, I hope the start of your week has been going well! June just flew by, and we're into July! Books Read The Wrath and the Dawn by Renée Adhieh: 4 starsBeach Read by Emily Henry: 4.5 starsLaura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me by Mariko Tamaki and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell: 4 starsImagine Wanting Only … Continue reading June wrap-up!
Happy Friday, y'all! Hope your week has been going well. Today I'm doing the Midyear Freakout Book Tag to talk about some of the books I've read so far this year! Credits go to Earl Grey Books and ReadLikeWildFire for creating the original tag (although the original video has since been deleted). So, let's get into the books! BEST … Continue reading Midyear Freakout Book Tag: 2021
Hello, friends! Time to talk about some more books on my TBR! This is a series where I talk about a specific subset of books on my TBR. I've done a few posts of really long lists of books on my TBR, so for these posts I'm going to try to keep the list fairly … Continue reading Books on my TBR: nonfiction
Happy National Indigenous Peoples Day! Today is National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada, a day to celebrate and recognize the Indigenous culture in Canada. And with recent horrific discoveries in Canada, I wanted to spotlight some Indigenous authors. So today, I'm going to talk about some of my favourite books by Indigenous authors, as well … Continue reading Spotlighting Indigenous authors