Happy Wednesday, pals! Today, I thought I'd do a wrap-up of my summer reading. I start class today, so summer is officially over for me. So we're going to go over all the books I read since my last reading wrap-up. (📚) = owned prior to 2019 (📖) = on TBR prior to 2019 (🎶) … Continue reading Summer reading wrap-up
Hi everyone! My family is going on vacation soon and I'm super excited and downloaded a ton of books to read on all of our drives and flights. So here are the books I'm bringing! Physical books The Bell Jar by Slyvia Plath I'm about 20 pages into this and loving it so far!! I … Continue reading Vacation TBR!
I have a bit of a problem: I love books. I mean obviously. But the problem is also that the rest of my family loves books too, so we have a ton of books. And we have similar tastes, so there's a ton of books I want to read that aren't even mine. So I … Continue reading My physical TBR (aka send help)
I managed to read a lot of wonderful books this summer and I'm so happy! I've been in a reading slump for the past couple years (yes, years. university does that to you), where all I wanted to read were the same YA romances over and over again. But this summer I found some great … Continue reading Summer reading wrap-up
I was nominated by the lovely Kourtni, so go and check out her post! Thank you so much for the nomination! The Rules: Share the link of the blogger who has shown love to you by nominating you. Answer the questions. In the spirit of sharing love and solidarity with our blogging family, nominate 8-13 … Continue reading The Unique Blogger Award
Can be found here! For this summer books post, I thought I'd do road trip books. My brother and I both have difficulty focusing when we read in the car. Like, I don't get sick but I get distracted by everything. Because of this, we classify books that are easy to read as "road trip … Continue reading TTT May 23: Summer reads Freebie
Find more about T5W here! This week's topic is summer reads, so I thought I'd do the top books to take backpacking! These are books that are small and light, but still the best. The Dog Who Wouldn't Be by Farley Mowat. This might not be good to bring because it'll make you laugh out … Continue reading T5W: summer reads