Spooooooky Halloween TBR!
I went a little TBR rogue this month...
All my hopeful reads for September! ARCs, backlisted, and spooky reads!
Complete wrap for the month of August!
I guess it's time to pick my August TBR! Whew! The year is simultaneously flying by and dragging along, but I'm happy Fall is making it's way back! It's my favorite time of the year and I love being able to sit by my fire pit and read a mystery, thriller, or another spooky, atmospheric … Continue reading Monthly TBR | August 2020
Can you believe June is over? And with it, half of 2020 is down the drain. I'm not really sure how I feel about the year... on one hand, I finished my degree, became a Licensed Master Social Worker, read a lot of good books, and did some fun things. On the other hand, there's … Continue reading Wrap-Up | June 2020
Can you guys even believe it's June? 2020 has been..... odd, so far. I think I speak for everyone when I say that 2020 has not gone as I had imagined it would. After finishing graduate school in the beginning of May I had a lot of time for books between job hunting and studying … Continue reading Wrap-Up | May 2020
Holy cow how is it May already? It feels like just yesterday I was starting school and putting my reading plans on the back burner. Now, I graduated last week and am looking for a full time, social work job! If you follow me on Instagram then you know all about my graduation and saw … Continue reading Monthly TBR | May 2020
Listen, ya'll. I know we're over a week into February but I'm still working on the same book I ended January with so this post is still time appropriate *insert hair flip here* Thank you very much! So this month I'll be focusing on cleaning up my ARC and review copy reads. As of right … Continue reading Monthly TBR | February 2020
I cannot believe it's February already! I know a lot of people said they felt like January went on forever, but I honestly feel like time is just slipping away from me. I've made some life changes in 2020 (eating well, working out, sleep scheduling better) and with all these new commitments and school and … Continue reading Wrap-Up | January 2020