Bookish Discussion

Did The Hunger Games Hold Up After Our Reread?

Hello friends! With the new Hunger Games novel being published in May, more and more bloggers could be seen rereading the original trilogy, and I, ever the hype-follower, became interested in rereading the trilogy, as well. I read The Hunger Games for the first time around six years ago, so my memories were hazy at… Continue reading Did The Hunger Games Hold Up After Our Reread?

Bookish Discussion

Have I Fallen Out Of Love With Writing Reviews?

Hello friends! Those of you who've been following us for a while may have seen that I don't post a ton of reviews, and even though I wanted to change that after moving to wordpress I think, after more than a year, it's safe to say that that didn't happen. I'm feeling guilty. Back when… Continue reading Have I Fallen Out Of Love With Writing Reviews?

Wrap Up

Great Books, TV Shows and Video Games in Our April Wrap Up

Hello friends! I've come to love writing these wrap ups not only because they're fun, but also because they remind me that it is the end of the month when time has pretty much lost its meaning. 😅 Don't judge, I've been cooped up inside for weeks - one of the most exciting moments of… Continue reading Great Books, TV Shows and Video Games in Our April Wrap Up

Tag or Award

The Best Things About the Community & Recent Favorites (Sunshine Blogger Award)

A couple of months ago I was tagged in the Sunshine Blogger Award by the wonderful Dini Panda Reads. She is an incredible blogger who asked 11 fun questions for this tag/award, and I can't wait to answer them all today. So buckle in, friends, and feel free to give your answer to any or… Continue reading The Best Things About the Community & Recent Favorites (Sunshine Blogger Award)

Wrap Up

2020, March: Frightening News, Underwhelming Books and Incredible Music

Hello friends! Another month has come to an end, and this one was a weird/terrible one for many of us. 😫 I've been panicking about covid-19 since I read the first article about it back in January, and things have progressively gotten worse since then. I hope you're safe, friends - both health and job-wise.… Continue reading 2020, March: Frightening News, Underwhelming Books and Incredible Music

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Happy 6th Blogiversary to Us & We’ve Created a Tag!

Hello friends! On the 15th of March, 2014 I created the original version of this blog - it looked bad, was full of grammatical mistakes, and its name was overly long and kinda unfit for a blog, tbh. 😅 But I loved that motherfucker, and it's brought me so much joy - Marie Kondo would… Continue reading Happy 6th Blogiversary to Us & We’ve Created a Tag!

Bookish Discussion

{Getting Wordy} Do Books Have an Expiration Date?

As book bloggers, many of us are guilty of prioritizing new releases. Even if you don't request, and/or receive review copies, seeing them everywhere in the blogosphere can and, from the publisher's point of view, is supposed to make you want to buy and read them. Of course, I'm generalizing here - I know multiple… Continue reading {Getting Wordy} Do Books Have an Expiration Date?

Tag or Award

My Feelings About Blogging, Ratings, and a Couple of Fun Facts About Me

Can I just say that I love being tagged and nominated for things? I don't know if it's uncool to admit that, but it always makes me feel so warm and happy and, idk, appreciated? So, many-many thanks to Caitlin @ Caitlin Althea who was kind enough to nominate me for the Liebster Award! She's… Continue reading My Feelings About Blogging, Ratings, and a Couple of Fun Facts About Me

book review

The Perfect Winter Romance: Headliners by Lucy Parker {ARC Review}

Sparks fly when two feuding TV presenters are thrown together to host a live morning show in Lucy Parker’s latest enemies-to-lovers contemporary romance.For years, rival TV presenters Sabrina Carlton and Nick Davenport have traded barbs on their respective shows. The public can’t get enough of their feud, but after Nick airs Sabrina’s family scandals to… Continue reading The Perfect Winter Romance: Headliners by Lucy Parker {ARC Review}