April TBR

March was a wild month for me as I started a new job, began working on a new series of paintings, and tried to figure out how to balance everything. I’m still getting used to my new schedule, and am no closer to having a book fully read, but I’m hoping I can get myself... Continue Reading →

Reading and Blog Goals for 2022

2021 was a bit of a messy year for me in terms of reading and focus. I had some really good moments/memories like going on a road trip with my best friend and getting back into art. Reading though was a real challenge for me mentally and definitely not a struggle I want to continue... Continue Reading →

December Wrap-Up

December was a busy month, just not for reading. Instead I ended up cleaning, cooking, and taking care of my family. So in lieu of a successful end to the year I’m working on the content and setup for the next year. -The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes -The Hawthorne Legacy by Jennifer Lynn... Continue Reading →

February Wrap-Up

February started off strong as I finished up the last available book in the Blood and Ash series, though I did slow down a little when I read Silvered Serpents. Overall, this wasn't too bad a month for reading, just hoping I can really hit it out of the ballpark in March. A Kingdom of... Continue Reading →

The Goodreads Challenge – 2021

2020 was an interesting year for reading, so the goals that were set during that year sort of were met, but the reading slumps I hit made things difficult. Going into 2021 I'm not planning to set as big a goal for reading since this year brings a different version of reading for me. For... Continue Reading →

End of Year Survey

I am definitely late to the party on this one, given this is the 11th year the Perpetual Page Turner blog is hosting this, but given the year and the reading I've done I thought it would be fun to run through this survey! If you want to join the fun, or are curious about... Continue Reading →

The Lowdown On: Reading Classics

I feel like you haven't been a reader if you haven't been asked about your hobby and immediately felt some level of judgement at some point. It comes in all forms, from the mostly harmless 'I don't read {so why would you do that for fun?}' to the have you read this classic or this,... Continue Reading →

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