Looking Back at 2019

Every year for the past few years (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018) I've made one of these posts, and each year I'm even more surprised by how much can be packed into just twelve months. 2019 was an... interesting year. The highs were amazing, and the lows were... well, not great. I had a blast during …

Top Ten Books of 2019

Happy Tuesday!! Long time no see!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) asks us to share the top ten books we read in 2019. I was lucky enough to read many great books in 2019 in a pretty even spread throughout the year. Here are my top ten favorites …

JULY 2019 | Wrap-Up

Goodbye, July! As soon as August hits, I always feel like summer is on its way out. July is the core of summer for me, the essence of what I look forward to as the break between school years. Here's what I got up to this past month: P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han …

Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag | 2019

*looks at calendar* *backs away slowly* How is it already July?!?! HALF WAY through 2019?!?! Every summer when the Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag rolls around I find it hard to believe that the mid-way point is already here... time is a sneaky one! Anyways, enough of my existential ramblings. I was luckily nominated for …

JUNE 2019 | Wrap-Up

  Happy June! What I consider to be the first month of summer has now come to an end, meaning that there's an even warmer, sunnier part of the summer right around the corner. Here's what I was up to this month: In June I read a total of 9 books: Watership Down by Richard Adams …

MAY 2019 | Wrap-Up

What's this?! My first monthly wrap-up of 2019?!?! I know it's been a while, but I'm so happy to say that I'm back! May has certainly been a time... In May I read a total of 4 books: The Happiness Advantage by Shawn Achor Food by Gertrude Stein To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han …

Bookish Goals of 2019

As always, I'd like to set some bookish goals for the new year. Usually I try to set ten, but this time I've decided that less is going to be more. 1. Read 52 books. For the past few years I've set myself a goal do reading 24 books; however, this goal hasn't been very …