Hello everyone and happy birhday to me! And what better way to kick off my birthday month that a readalong inspire by one of my favorite shows: Gilmore Girls!
Hey everyone just wanted to give y’all a heads up but I might have a mini hiatus coming up. My laptop decided to stop working and now it won’t turn back on so I can’t make new posts right now. I have a few scheduled and I’m going to see if I can borrow a laptop so it might not be an issue but I just don’t know yet. Hopefully it’s a non issue and I can get back to a more regular schedule but my laptop is 8 years old so it’s probably done for and I need a new one.
Like I said, I’ve got a few reviews scheduled and I’ll try and get posts up in the mean time but it’s so much harder for me to format on my phone so I hope I can borrow one for a bit. I’ll try and keep updating as often as possible and this will hopefully be resolved before my birthday in a few weeks.
As always happy reading!
This week’s topic is a fun one, all about things that make us pick up a book. Now, I’m going to start with the more shallow things and work into subjects and buzzwords.
Instead of the usual tag post this Sunday, I wanted to talk about book synopsis and the role they play in my reading life. I thought this was the perfect time to do this, because not only was having more chats one of my 2019 resolutions, but I had this moment earlier today when starting a new book – that I’ve never read the synopsis for that clicked – “this is the perfect time to share all your thoughts on synopsis.” So here we are. Continue reading
To be honest, most of my 2019 reading goals are the same as my 2018 ones, but I still thought I’d share what I accomplished for my 2018 goals. I had a few reading resolutions for last year: some series I wanted to catch up on, some I wanted to start, and then my overall reading goals for the year. So here’s how I did and what I want to carry over into 2019! Continue reading
Hi all! 2018 is over and it has been a wild ride, but a fantastic reading year for me. I’ve expanded the genres I read and had found some new all time favorites. It’s once again time to do the End of the Year Survey! This survey was created by Jamie @PerpetualPageTurner so make sure you go check out her page and linky with everyone’s surveys! Continue reading
I thought I’d share some fun and quick little facts from my Goodreads Year in Books review. I’ll have a few more year-end lists coming out over the few few weeks, so keep an eye out for those! Continue reading
As 2018 is coming to a close it’s time to take about all our favorites, least favorites, and stats. I already did a post on some of my favorite covers of the year, so I thought I should talk about some of the books that didn’t quite live up to the hype for me for one reason or another. Continue reading
As 2018 is coming to a close, it’s time to start making all kinds if wrap up/reflection posts about out favorite and least favortie bookish things this year! Now I decided to start with my favorite book covers or the year because I love talking about book covers. This list will be a mix of books I’ve read in 2018, books releases in 2018, and books with pretty covers I haven’t read
yet. So it’s just a big nonsensical list of pretty things. Continue reading
I loved this week’s Top 10 Tuesday topic so much I knew I needed to make a follow-up to share more backlist books on my TBR that I really want to read. Some of these are books I’ve wanted to read forever, others are cult classics that I feel like I need to read. But here are some mroe backlist books I want to read! Continue reading