The Hill We Climb: Is This Book Really Worth Purchasing? | Book Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Genre: Poetry In Case You Don’t Know: This book contains the infamous poem that was read in Joe Biden’s inauguration by the youngest poet ever to perform in American history. At 22 years old, Amanda Gorman expressed what we felt as a country during the exchange of power. The Million Dollar Question: Is This Book Worth it? Before I dive into the book review, I … Continue reading The Hill We Climb: Is This Book Really Worth Purchasing? | Book Review

🥺Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag⛱

It’s June, and that means it’s time for my 6 month reading progress report. My goal: To read 50 books. My Harsh Reality: I’ve read 10 books, AKA I’m 11 books behind schedule. This is the part of the blog post where I’m embarrassed to call myself a book blogger, English major graduate, and bookseller. My excuse: life is crazy man. In six months I … Continue reading 🥺Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag⛱

The Sun and Her Flowers: Little Fluffs Of Nothing, But Longer Fluffs Of Something | Book Review

Spoiler Free Author: Rupi Kaur Release Date: October 3rd, 2017 Page count: 256 Genres: Poetry Themes: love, feminism, self-love, and immigration My Rating: ★★★☆☆ Synopsis Compared to her first collection of poems, this collection of poems are much more personal. The Sun and Her Flowers reflects on Ruri’s past relationships, her admiration for her mother and culture, and talks more about what it is like … Continue reading The Sun and Her Flowers: Little Fluffs Of Nothing, But Longer Fluffs Of Something | Book Review

YA’s Most Anticipated Summer Novel, Better Together: I Wish I Liked This One | Book Review

I would like to first thank St. Martin’s Press and NetGalley for this ARC. Since this book is an advanced copy, I’m limited in what I’m allowed to share and cannot share direct quotes from the book. You may purchase this book wherever books are sold on June 1st, 2021. Author: Christine Riccio Release Date: June 1st, 2021 Page count: 448 Genres: Young Adult Fiction … Continue reading YA’s Most Anticipated Summer Novel, Better Together: I Wish I Liked This One | Book Review

Love & Misadventure: The Collection of Poems Was OK, Book Review

Author: Lang Leav Release Date: April 26, 2013 Page count:155 Genres: Poetry, Collection of Poetry Themes: Love, grief, and mischief My Rating: ★★★☆☆ Synopsis A collection of short poems that all center on the theme of love. It talks about the beauty of love, the ugly, and all of it in between. Each poem are a few stanzas, and some are a page long poems. … Continue reading Love & Misadventure: The Collection of Poems Was OK, Book Review

This Book Worm Hasn’t Finished a Book in 5 Months – Here’s What Happened & What You Should Beware Of

It is SUPER embarrassing that this English BA Graduate hasn’t finished a book in 5 months. Nevertheless, it’s even more embarrassing for a book blogger. My job at the beginning of lockdown was to become a full time reader and blogger for this site and I FAILED. And for that, I’m sorry. I apologize if you subscribed to my blog hopping for weekly book reviews, tips and tricks, and book related content. But you know what I did that is even better? Started my own small business.

I sell stickers and mystery books on Etsy! Isn’t that crazy?!? That venture is for a separate blog post. Nevertheless the delay, here are my reasons why I haven’t finished a book in 5 months, and why you should learn from my mistakes:

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The Chronicles of Narnia Book #1 Review| I Think I Read The Wrong Book

When I thought of Narnia, I imagined a group of kids walking in and out of a wardrobe cabinet with a talking lion, but instead I read about two kids who were pressured by a creepy uncle, to go into this magical land that he got from a faerie. Let’s just pause and disect this and realize that this uncle was willing to loose a … Continue reading The Chronicles of Narnia Book #1 Review| I Think I Read The Wrong Book

July’s Book Club Pick: Peeps by Scott Westerfeld

I’m so excited to announce this as my book club pick for the month of July! This month I want to read and review books about vampires in preparation for Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer and I couldn’t have picked a better vampire book for this month. Synopsis This book is the complete opposite of what you imagine a vampire is. Vampirism isn’t something you … Continue reading July’s Book Club Pick: Peeps by Scott Westerfeld

Why Every “Books To Read for Quarantine/Lockdown” List is Trash

Out of all of the digital content that was released during our government mandated lockdowns, all of the articles, videos, and tweets being released of what books to read during quarantine bothered me so much. LIKE WHAT WHY? I underststand that because most of us have time on our hands because of unemployment, working less, or just working from home, and we need ideas of … Continue reading Why Every “Books To Read for Quarantine/Lockdown” List is Trash

📚😬Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag 😬📚

It’s the middle of the year and woah, what a year! This year, my reading has been very versatile and distinct that I often have to check back onto my Goodreads and remind myself, oh yeah I read this! I would of loved to have read more books, but if anything this post has motivated me to read more books and reach my goal of … Continue reading 📚😬Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag 😬📚