Wrap-Up: August 2019

hello, lovelies! I feel like I say this every month… I CAN’T BELIEVE AUGUST IS OVER!! It’s crazy! One moment I’m in the summer time, working at a family resort, and now I’m two weeks into my first year of college. WHAT. College aside (and college is never aside, as it’s a constant feature in … More Wrap-Up: August 2019

Review: Work in Progress by Staci Hart

This is a good book to just sit back and let the story take you. It’s a fun, entertaining read that I do recommend. It has flaws, but I still love the book evermore for it, not just in spite of them. It’s a very sentimental, adorable, whimsical romance that’s centered in reality but often plays outside of those bounds. A worthwhile read, but don’t expect it to mirror real life!  … More Review: Work in Progress by Staci Hart

Wrap-Up: July 2019

hello, lovelies! I absolutely cannot believe that August is right around the corner! Where did July go??? No seriously… where did July go. This was a pretty low-key month for me! I turned nineteen, which was cool, I spent a few days in North Carolina with beloved family members… then got horribly sick. Honestly, I worked … More Wrap-Up: July 2019

Wrap-Up: June 2019

hello, lovelies! June is over :( That went by so quickly! I read XXXXX books this month, and admittedly it was a bit of a lax reading month. Not in quantity necessarily, but in content. It was hard to choose a book that really stuck out to me this month, except for Scythe, which is disappointing. I felt more … More Wrap-Up: June 2019

Review: Scythe by Neal Shusterman

Oh my gosh! This certainly started my Book Junkie Trials readathon / reading challenge off with a bang! Talk about a five-star read. It takes place in a utopian setting where there is no war, government, disease, poverty or really any motivation or need for anything. The Thunderhead is the AI that controls everything – everything except for the Scythedom, that is … More Review: Scythe by Neal Shusterman

March TBR 2019

good morning! Happy March! It’s one of my favorite month’s – honestly because of all the rain and thunderstorms. I ADORE good thunderstorms to read and sleep through. At any rate, This is my monthly TBR for the month of March! Of course, this TBR is definitely subject to change based on my mood and reading … More March TBR 2019