To be honest, I am not a huge fan of “New Year’s resolutions.” I’m sure we all have high hopes to accomplish certain things in our lives, but I don’t want or need the added pressure that can accompany resolutions. I prefer to re-evaluate things at the new year and set reasonable goals. Here’s what I’ve […]
BLOGTOBER: Tips for Getting Out of a Reading Slump Reading slumps are AWFUL! Sometimes it’s an amazing book that throws you into a slump. Sometimes it’s the opposite and a terrible book throws you into one. And sometimes it’s just your mood! Regardless of the case, slumps are no fun. Obviously, I’m not an expert, […]
I read the synopsis for Coming Up for Air and knew that I wanted…needed…to read it. This was my world, once upon a time, and I was very excited to dive into this read. Maggie was attempting to get her Olympic trials cut in swimming while trying to scrape up some shred of normalcy for her high school experience, but we get so much more than just her swimming journey. Friendships, crushes, awkward experiences, and more!
You’d think that after four days off, I’d feel a little more rested and relaxed than I do. Sometimes, I feel like my down time is more stressful than anything. All I know is I am ready to relax! Midweek Me Time came at the perfect time. I am kicking off Roar (Stormheart #1), by Cora Carmack. I decided to pick some products to feature here that I thought went well with my new read.
I swear, I am always late the the party! I would probably still be missing it when it comes to Love & Gelato if it wasn’t for my booksta-buddies. Love & Gelato is a quick, easy read that is perfect for summertime, especially because the story is primarily set in the summer in ITALY.
The Dream Thieves picked up where The Raven Boys left off. However, I quickly discovered that the second installment of The Raven Cycle primarily focuses on the story of Ronan Lynch. The reader continues on the mission to uncover the mysteries of Henrietta and Glendower, but the point of view shifts to mostly that of Ronan. I started off reading this book slowly because, to be frank, I was not the biggest Ronan fan in The Raven Boys, but I learned to love him by the end of this book.
Do you read more than one book at a time? For awhile, I have gone back and forth about whether it is good for me to simultaneously read multiple books or just stick to reading one at a time. HELP!