Good Plot, Bland Characters: The Last Thing He Told Me – Book Review

My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5Genre: Mystery That one Reese Witherspoon book club pick that you see everywhere. I remember I bought this book the day it came out, full priced too, thinking I was in for treat. That’s the thing with books that are heavily marketed by book publishing houses, they overhype a mediocre book to you and you are left unsatisfied with a negative $30 in … Continue reading Good Plot, Bland Characters: The Last Thing He Told Me – 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⛱

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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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 😬📚

Black Lives Matter: Here are 7 Books To Remind Us About Injustices ✊🏿🤎☮️📣

All proceeds from my Amazon Affiliate account will go towards a split donation group between 70+ community bail funds, mutual aid funds, and racial justice organizers. Donate here. Ever since the death of Gorge Floyd, our country hasn’t been the same. Racism and police brutality has always been there even before the murder of George Floyd. This idea wasn’t new, but the movement of Black … Continue reading Black Lives Matter: Here are 7 Books To Remind Us About Injustices ✊🏿🤎☮️📣

Bullet Journal Spreads and Ideas for Book Readers and Bloggers

What is a bullet journal? A literal definition of a bullet journal is a journal that uses dots rather than lines. The dots are used as a guide to create charts, and shapes. A figurative definition of a bullet journal is a journal that you customize to your own liking. Bullet journals are for the planners that hate traditional planners because truth is, everyone has … Continue reading Bullet Journal Spreads and Ideas for Book Readers and Bloggers

A Court of Frost And Starlight: The Book We Could Probably Live Without | Book Review

Spoiler Free Author: Sarah J. MaasSeries: A Court of Thorn and Roses #3.1Release Date: May 1, 2018Page count: 239Genres: Young Adult Fantasy, but mostly Young Adult RomanceThemes: Love, redemption, healingMy Rating: 4.5★/5 Where To Buy This Book: Synopsis This book takes place weeks after the war from A Court of Wings and Ruin, in the heart of where Rhys and Feyre have choosen their home: … Continue reading A Court of Frost And Starlight: The Book We Could Probably Live Without | Book Review

April’s Book Club Pick: Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

Page Count: 344 Genres: Suspense, Romance Themes: Love, Infatuation, Good vs. Evil, Violence and Revenge. Access The Book For Free or Buy it Book Club Agenda Every week for the month of April, I will publish book club content to enhance your reading of Wuthering Heights. Week One: Meet the CharactersWeek Two: How Wuthering Heights Influenced Pop CultureWeek Three: Let’s talk about the major themes. … Continue reading April’s Book Club Pick: Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

The Ultimate Readers Guide to Quarantine

Everyone around the world is forced to be at home and practice social distancing. Now that we are forced to to stay home, we should take advantage of this time to read, create, and relax. Below I have my list of ideas to kill the boredom, read more books, create book marks and book covers, and most importantly, multiple ways to challenge your mind.

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