Hello again honeybees! I'm only doing this for posterity, because really, there isn't much to say about February other than it wasn't very kind to me. I hope your month was better, and the months only continue to get better from here. What I ReadHa. Nothing finished. I did get very, very close to finished … Continue reading February Wrap Up!
Hello again honeybees! Today I’m excited to participate in the bookstagram & creative blog tour for The Seventh Sun by Lani Forbes hosted by MTMC Tours! The Seventh Sun brings to vivid life a world on the edge of apocalyptic disaster and only two young people may hope to change their world before the sun fades. Releasing on February … Continue reading Blog Tour + Review: The Seventh Sun by Lani Forbes
Hello honeybees! I'm back with one of my favorite bookish memes that highlights upcoming releases! This weekly meme originated at Breaking the Spine, but has since been linked up with Can't Wait Wednesday from Wishful Endings. I'm going to warn you right here that my paranormal loving, Twihard heart is bursting with the news of … Continue reading Waiting On Wednesday: Crave by Tracy Wolff
Title: Canceled: Inside YouTube Cancel Culture by Chris Boutté Published: July 25, 2019 (self published) Rating: 3/5 ★★★ Links: Amazon | Goodreads Notes: This is currently available free to read with Kindle Unlimited (not an ad, just a PSA). There is also a bit of swearing, so language-sensitive people should beware SynopsisVia Amazon In May … Continue reading Review: Canceled: Inside YouTube Cancel Culture by Chris Boutté
Hello again honeybees and happy almost New Year! I have a busy year ahead of me but I wanted to quickly wrap up this wild ride of a year. Books ReadIn my 2019 Goals post, I said I wanted to read 90 books, since I've been upping my goal by 20 for the past three … Continue reading 2019 Wrap Up: Not My Best, Not My Worst
Warning: a bit of a personal post Hello again honeybees! To be honest, I found this one at the very bottom of my drafts and I figured why not? Here are some books that resonate with me and why they are so special to me. Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe/ The … Continue reading Describing Myself In Books
Title: The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisernos Published: April 3, 2009 Rating: 4.5/5 Notes: TW: sexual assault, grief, pedophilia SynopsisFrom Goodreads Acclaimed by critics, beloved by readers of all ages, taught everywhere from inner-city grade schools to universities across the country, and translated all over the world, The House on Mango Street is the remarkable … Continue reading Review: The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisernos | Right Book, Right Time
Hello again honeybees! It's my birthday and I wanted to write up a small post highlighting some of my favorite books of all time, so while this isn't exactly a recommendations post, I hope you do find a book or two you can add to your TBR. To keep this post from being way too … Continue reading Seventeen Book Recommendations From A 17 Year Old!
Hello again honeybees. It's been another cool minute but I'm here. I'm in an unintentional slump due to school and a surprisingly busy social life. I haven't read in awhile, and my blog and bookstagram is suffering due to lack of time. I'm going to discuss all that's come with my very long slump and … Continue reading October Wrap Up, November TBR, and Slumps
Hello again honeybees! I'm so excited to kick off Hispanic Heritage month with a list of my favorite book bloggers! I personally look to these bloggers for recommendations and they do not disappoint. A bit of info for you today: Hispanic Heritage month is September 15th—October 15 and recognizes Hispanic and Latino culture. Alright, I … Continue reading 5 Latinx Bookbloggers You Need To Be Following | Hispanic Heritage Month 2019