For once, I’m actually a month ahead on my ARCs so I’ve already read a few of the May books that I’m most excited for But there’s still a lot of exciting books coming out this summer.
This is going to be my last wrap-up post before I post some fun, end of the year tags and my 2021 anticipated reads!
Now, I’m typically a mood reader all the way, but in 2020 I decided to set a small TBR from books that have been on my shelf for way too long and I’ve been putting off for no good reason. I just finished my last book so I thought I’d share what I thought of my pics! Continue reading
Another Sunday, another book tag.
And this week’s tag is very exciting. This (surprise) album is the reason that I didn’t put up a post on Friday. I couldn’t stop listening to it, or watching reactions, and basically just obsessing over it. Like a large portion of book twitter, I had a midnight listening party and loved every second. Continue reading
I was planning on doing this week’s Top 10 Tuesday about books that make me think of summer. But I realized that I hadn’t done a book recommendation posts in WAY too long, so I decided to combine the two and make a summer-inspired recommendation! These books feel like summer to me, and I hope you enjoy them too. Continue reading
Another Sunday, another book tag
Since we’re all still stuck inside, what better time to virtually (or at least mentally) travel with books! The settings in some books can elevate the whole story and become a character itself. They can be wonderful forms of escapism and reflect all types of places to convey a spectrum of emotions and I just love it! I found this tag over at @NoReadsTooGreat and figures what better time.
First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words. What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines?
- Pick a book off your shelf (it could be your current read or on your TBR) and open to the first page
- Copy the first few lines, but don’t give anything else about the book away just yet – you need to hook the reader first
- Finally… reveal the book!
I’m not usually a big TBR person because I just really like mood reading and grabbing whatever I’m feeling, but this year I decided to pick 12 books from my shelves that I’ve wanted to read for a while and I’m going to read one of them each month this year! I have a tentative schedule for when I want to read each book, but I’m totally open for it to change so I don’t want to commit by writing it down. But here are the 12 books on my yearly TBR. Continue reading
Today we’re talking about some of my favorite book covers in 2019. Covers are such a big part of the reading experience and are the first thing that grabs me when I’m looking for new books. So here are 15 covers that I loved this year. Continue reading