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 →

March TBR

Given how great February was, I am really hoping I can at least do three books this month, and keep up some sort of momentum. I'm still in between things, so my schedule has been a weird business that makes it hard sometimes to focus on setting time for reading and art. I'm just hoping... Continue Reading →

February TBR

January was a bit of an 'oh no!' month in terms of reading, so I'm definitely looking to get lost in some books this month and finally get going for the year. Finnikin of the Rock by Melina MarchettaThe Girl Who Fell Beneath the Sea by Axie OhKingdom of the Cursed by Kerri Maniscalco I'm... Continue Reading →

Anticipated Reads of 2022

One way I like to start my year, and also get myself out of reading slumps is by picking up new releases. Sometimes there is hype with these, but the amazing thing about getting new releases is that you get to be a part of the excitement and also form in an opinion before the... 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 →

January TBR

We are starting off a new year and another month of reading! It's both exciting and daunting at the same time, so as I usually do I start off soft with my reading and goals. -The Excalibur Curse by Kiersten White -Finnikin of the Rock by Melina Marchetta -The Curse Workers by Holly Black (Bindup)... Continue Reading →

Goodreads Closeout 2021

2020 saw us adapting to quarantines and working/learning from home. 2021 definitely brought some good changes, but it also saw me attached to my phone more and reading less. I also picked up art again and began to work it into my already busy schedule, so my reading for sure took a bit of a... 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 →

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