I am so excited for this TBR because all of these books will put me in the Halloween spirit. And for some reason, I’m even more excited for Halloween this year than any other previous years. I don’t know why. Maybe because I get to watch all the Halloween movies; maybe it’s because there’s aContinue reading “Books to Read October | 2020”
Another month has gone by. We’re now in the last quarter of 2020. What a weird year it has been. And I’m still shocked at how fast it went by. Which I feel like I’ve said in every wrap up I’ve done this year. That, and how quickly this month in general has gone by.Continue reading “September 2020 Wrap up”
This is going to be a chatty post, and one that’s probably going to be all jumbled. So please bear with me as I’m still trying to figure out my thoughts on this.
I wasn’t necessarily tagged to do this tag, but I love fall, and I’ve been wanting to do a fall book tag. Since it’s officially fall, I figured it was time. I originally saw this tag over at The Awkward Book Blogger, so if you aren’t following her blog, go do that because she hasContinue reading “Finally Fall Book Tag”
I figured I’d share the most recent books that I’ve bought, and I thought I might do something similar in the future when I buy a handful of books. And I think I’m going to stick to physical books and ebooks only because I don’t buy those types of books that often. And every soContinue reading “Book Haul | 9.21.2020”
I was planning on doing this post on Wednesday, but I wasn’t reading anything then. And honestly, at that time, I wasn’t in the mood to read anything for some reason. But then I watched a BookTube video by Riley Marie (check out her channel; it’s amazing), which sparked my interest in so many newContinue reading “Currently Reading | 9.18.2020”
With the beginning of the school year upon us, I figured it’d be fun to discuss some required books that you might have had (or do have) to read in school. Personally, there were many books that I was required to read in school that I just wasn’t a fan of. But then again, IContinue reading “Required Reading in School |Book Discussion”
The following is from Goodreads: A young girl in Harlem discovers slam poetry as a way to understand her mother’s religion and her own relationship to the world. Debut novel of renowned slam poet Elizabeth Acevedo. Xiomara Batista feels unheard and unable to hide in her Harlem neighborhood. Ever since her body grew into curves,Continue reading “The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo | Book Review”
I know that it’s not quite fall yet, but I figured I’d plan out some books that I want to read during this cozy season. I’m not sure about any of you guys, but I’m a mood reader. And during the fall, I’m usually in the mood to read fantasy books, especially ones with aContinue reading “Fall Reading Plans | 2020”
So I’ve been in a kind of meh reading mood lately. I don’t know why, but I haven’t really wanted to pick anything up.