I’m sure at least a few of you knew this would be coming eventually. Just had to get my head back in the game. I know there are tag games I was tagged in like…a year ago, but why do those, right? This one has been around a while & with a 6th album almost… Continue reading The Taylor Swift Book Tag
Happy October fellow bookish peoples! I have finally combed through my shelves & decided what I am going to try to read for the second annual Halloween Readathon hosted by Lauren over at Wonderless Reviews! I haven’t been great at reading this year, honestly, & the last readathon I tried to do did not go… Continue reading My Halloween Readathon TBR!
Hello fellow book people! I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but it is getting very close to October and you know what that means! HALLOWEEN IS FINALLY UPON US! This is my absolute favourite time of year. Here in the States, it’s kind of a big deal. Candy, horror, costumes, spooky music, skeletons, witches, pumpkins,… Continue reading Halloween Readathon Sign-Up!
The time is almost upon us, friends! The end of the month-long reading challenge; The Reading Quest! Its official end date is in a few days, Sunday September 10th. But unfortunately, I have to end my participation early. I’m calling it now. I absolutely hate that I feel the need to do this. I started… Continue reading #TheReadingQuest & Why I’m Calling It Now
Hello, fellow book nerds! Do I have a treat for you today. I have decided to take part in my SECOND EVER readathon/book challenge! May I introduce to you, #TheReadingQuest, hosted by the wonderful Aentee @ ReadAtMidnight!! This challenge is a video game based one in which you pick your character class, complete their main… Continue reading Signing up for #TheReadingQuest 2017!!
Eliza And Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia Synopsis (taken from GoodReads) Her story is a phenomenon. Her life is a disaster. In the real world, Eliza Mirk is shy, weird, and friendless. Online, she’s LadyConstellation, the anonymous creator of the wildly popular webcomic Monstrous Sea. Eliza can’t imagine enjoying the real world as much as she… Continue reading Eliza And Her Monsters Review
Having places to put our books is, in fact, a limited thing. Once our living spaces have every single possible surface stacked to the ceiling with our beloved stories, we are faced with the ultimate decision.
Do we throw all of our remaining money on a storage unit/new place to fit more of our babies? Or do we take the plunge, fight every instinct inside of our souls, to go through & decide which ones we sell/donate/recycle?