Hello, friends, happy Friday! Today I'm talking about my 2022 reading plans: the backlist books I want to read in 2022, the 2022 releases I want to read, and other general reading goals and plans! Overall goals and plans Goodreads goal: 35 books. I like to keep my goal reasonable for me, and three-ish books … Continue reading 2022 reading plans
Hello, friends! Today is my 2021 reading wrap-up, which will be fairly long and statistics-filled, because I love stats. So without further ado, here are the books I read in 2021! Key (📚) = owned prior to 2021(🇨🇦) = Canadian author(🌾) = Indigenous author(🌈) = LGBTQ2S+ author or representation(📖) = on TBR prior to 2021(🎶) … Continue reading 2021 reading wrap-up
Happy New Years, friends! I hope your 2022 has been off to a good start! Every four months, I do a round up of reviews for the books I read during those four months. I've been really bad at reviewing things the past few months, so this post is a little longer than usual and … Continue reading Last third reviews
Happy end of December, friends! I hope you had a safe and wonderful winter break! Books Read She's Too Pretty to Burn by Wendy Heard: 4.5 starsBirthday by Meredith Russo: 2 starsWatch Over Me by Nina LaCour: 4 starsDava Shastri's Last Day by Kirthana Ramisetti: 4 stars Overall, a great reading month! I've had two … Continue reading December wrap-up!
Happy Friday, friends! I took a day off this week and actually had some time to blog! So I thought I would write a post of my 2022 anticipated releases. There are a ton of books I'm really excited about, some by authors I've read from before, some that sounds like they were written for … Continue reading Anticipated 2022 releases
Hello, friends and book lovers! I hope your December has been off to a good start. Today, I thought I would talk about my Christmas book wishlist! I'm very privileged in that I have friends and family that support my reading and buy me lots of books for Christmas, so I thought I would share … Continue reading Christmas wishlist
Happy (almost) December, friends! I hope your November was great! Mine was super busy with work and the bar course, but I did manage to do some reading! I only posted one blog post, but it was honestly a nice break. We're coming up to my favourite time of the year, yearly wrap-up posts! So … Continue reading November wrap-up!
A Ghost in the Throat by Doireann Ní Ghríofa From Goodreads In this stunningly unusual prose debut, Doireann Ni Ghriofa sculpts essay and autofiction to explore inner life and the deep connection felt between two writers centuries apart. In the 1700s, an Irish noblewoman, on discovering her husband has been murdered, drinks handfuls of his … Continue reading A quick DNF review: A Ghost in the Throat
Happy November, friends! And Happy Halloween! I hope you all have (or had) fun Halloween plans. October was super busy with work, and it's only going to get busier. But anyway, let's talk about the books I read this month! Books Read The Midnight Library by Matt Haig: 3.5 starsLast Call by Elon Green: 4 … Continue reading October wrap-up!
Honey Girl by Morgan Rogers From Goodreads With her newly completed PhD in astronomy in hand, twenty-eight-year-old Grace Porter goes on a girls’ trip to Vegas to celebrate. She is not the kind of person who goes to Vegas and gets drunkenly married to a woman whose name she doesn’t know…until she does exactly that. This one … Continue reading A needlessly long review of a 3 star book: Honey Girl
Happy Tuesday, friends! Today I'm doing a tag, which is my first in a while. This is the In or Out Book Tag, created by my pal Rick from BookTube. Essentially, you give your thoughts and opinions on different tropes and other book-related topics, and say whether you're "in" (you like it) or "out" (you … Continue reading In or Out Book Tag
Hello, friends, happy Friday! Today's blog post is inspired by Bertie @ Luminosity Library, so please go check out their post because it is way funnier than mine. Thank you, Bertie, for letting me steal your idea! Essentially, I'm going to be describing some of my favourite books using clickbaity titles. You know, the really … Continue reading Books described with clickbait titles