Hi, friends!! I haven't done a big monthly TBR or anything for a long while, but I thought since I have a couple of readathons going on this month and just some other things I want to read and watch this month I would try to publicly announce my TBR in the hopes that I… Continue reading August Plans (Readathons, TBR, TV Shows, and More)
Hi, friends!! Welcome to what will probably be my longest wrap up ever. I feel like I say that somewhat often, but like. I read 40 books this month? Which is so many? And so wild? And also please never let me do this again because I am dreading writing this so much? Anywho, let's… Continue reading July 2020 Wrap Up // 40 Books, ALTA Watching, and More!
For fans of Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda and Fangirl, I Kissed Alice is a romantic comedy about enemies, lovers, and everything in between. Rhodes and Iliana couldn't be more different, but that's not why they hate each other. Hyper-gifted artist Rhodes has always excelled at Alabama’s Conservatory of the Arts despite a secret bout of creator's block, while… Continue reading ARC Review: I Kissed Alice by Anna Birch
Blurb from the back of the book: New York Times bestselling author Megan McCafferty returns to her roots with this YA coming of age story set in a New Jersey mall. The year is 1991. Scrunchies, mixtapes and 90210 are, like, totally fresh. Cassie Worthy is psyched to spend the summer after graduation working at… Continue reading Blog Tour: The Mall by Megan McCafferty
Hi, friends!! I decided a whole day and a half ago that I would do the Reading Rush this year since I already have a significant number of books I want to read before the end of the month (like....too many. send help) and I could match books from my July TBR to the challenges,… Continue reading Reading Rush TBR!
Summary from Goodreads: In the sequel to "All the Worlds Between Us," swimmer Quinn Hughes has given up a lot in order to be an Olympian: her social life, her love life, and everything that comes with being a normal twenty-three-year-old. Just days away from competing in the Tokyo Games, Quinn runs into her childhood… Continue reading ARC Review: All the Paths to You by Morgan Lee Miller
Okay, so, if you did not know, girl in red is one of the most popular sapphic artists. She describes her songs as bedroom pop and they tend to deal with mental health or her sexuality. I, as you might have guessed, am completely in love with her and her music. Today, I am going… Continue reading Recommending Sapphic Books Based Off of girl in red Songs!
Summary of Blackout from Goodreads: After the Board came to power the world changed the way a hunter stalks its prey: all paranoia and imagined flickers of shadow, so that while you were being torn to pieces you were still wondering whether you were overreacting. For 16-year-old Skyler, fear is a way of life. For… Continue reading Duology Review: Blackout and Sparks by Kit Mallory
Hi, friends!! Happy July!! June was....a month. Quite the month, tbh. It was pride month! But I am going to be completely honest and say that pride month, at least for me, sucked this year. There was way too much discourse on twitter over what it means to be a lesbian and for this lesbian… Continue reading June 2020 Wrap Up
Hi, friends! If you didn't know, this July, the lovely Ocean is hosting Transathon, a readathon dedicated to reading books by trans authors!! As I have recently noticed that I haven't read many trans books and got upset about that, I found this readathon as the perfect opportunity!! I will probably end up reading some… Continue reading Transathon TBR!