Are our bookshelves a reflection of us? | Discussion

Listening to The High Low podcast by Dolly Alderton and Pandora Sykes has been one of the highlights of my week for ages. I always look forward to their insightful perspectives on current events, books, and pop culture in general. Each time I listen to an episode I come away from it with a new …

JUNE 2020 | Wrap-Up

June was a month of great weather, relaxing weekends, and some things slowly falling into place. As per usual lately, this month went by in the blink of an eye! Here's what I was up to in June: In June, I read a total of 6 books: The Second Persephone Book of Short Stories by …

MAY 2020 | Wrap-Up

Hello, hello! I hope you're all doing well in the midst of everything that is going on. May has been another whirlwind month in terms of reading, blogging, and life in general. In the past few years it seems like my Mays have brought surprising changes, and this May was no exception. In May, I …

Would I read more if I didn’t blog?

I often find myself wondering an interesting question: Would I read more if I didn't blog? At a first glance, the answer seems obvious: Of course. I love book blogging and it's one of my absolute favorite hobbies, yet it can be pretty time-consuming to consistently post on a regular basis. Over the years I've …

APRIL 2020 | Wrap-Up

*Looks behind bookcase* Where in the world did April go?!?!?! It seemed as though March lasted approximately 5 years, while April sped forward at full speed. It feels like just yesterday that it was April Fools Day, and now here we are in the month of May. What did I get up to in April? …

#escapril book recommendations (30 books!)

I've been working on today's post for some time now, and I'm really excited about it! Today I'd like to recommend 30 books to you based on the #escapril daily prompts. #escapril is a poetry challenge created by Savannah Brown in which people write a poem every day based on the daily prompts. Here's her …

Dear EDUCATED by Tara Westover: Worth the hype?!

Dear Educated by Tara Westover, You are one of the most hyped books I've read in a while. Not only did you appear on countless must-read lists, but you were also recommended to me by numerous bookworms online and friends in person. At first I was quite skeptical, I must admit. How good could you …

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Read Because Friends Told Me To

Happy Tuesday!! Today's Top Ten Tuesday topic asks us to share ten books that we bought or borrowed for a specific shared reason. However, I thought I'd put a little twist on it and instead share ten books that I read because friends told me to. I'm very fortunate to have many bookish friends in …

MARCH 2020 | Wrap-Up

Hello, hello! These are certainly not the circumstances I had expected to be writing this post under at the end of the month, but such is life. We must move forward! (Or, in this case, back for a tiny second!) Here's what I was up to in March: A silver-lining in all of this pandemic …

(many, many) books about dealing with and overcoming uncertainty

Given the stressful circumstances that many of us now find ourselves in, I thought that today I would share many, many books about dealing with and overcoming uncertainty. Each book listed is linked to a post or review that I've written about it (if there is one), in case you want to learn more or …