July TBR

Hey guys, I love beginning a new month. It's the perfect time to set goals for yourself! Since it is officially summer, my TBR is ENORMOUS. I want to read ALL the books, ALL OF THEM. I'm setting my reading goal of the month pretty high, considering the last two months I was only able … Continue reading July TBR

June Wrap-Up

Hey guys, I am so thankful that summer is here. Despite working like crazy between work and school, I'd say this summer is going great so far.  I have yet to enjoy a good read on the beach, but there is still plenty of time for that. (Why can't it be a beach day every day?) … Continue reading June Wrap-Up

June Book Haul

Hey guys! These books arrived in a lovely package at my door step not to long ago. Of course, my brother was like..."Do you really need that many books?" .......... ............... ........... WHAT KIND OF QUESTION IS THAT?!? #thingsnonreaderssay. He clearly does not understand me. Anyways, here we go! These are the books I purchased … Continue reading June Book Haul

The Unexpected Everything (Review)

Title: The Unexpected Everything Author: Morgan Matson Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers Genre(s): Young Adult, Contemporary, Young Adult Romance... Number of pages/length: 528 pages (paperback), 16 hours & 43 minutes (audio) Price: $6.04 (Amazon paperback), $11.95 (Audible)   Synopsis: Andie had it all planned out. When you are a politician’s daughter who’s … Continue reading The Unexpected Everything (Review)

May Wrap-up

Hey guys, Happy Sunday! 😀 It's May Wrap-up time. This month I read three completely different levels of books. Books I loved... a book I didn't. I'm excited to share with you all though, so let's jump into it! 1. The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Niel Gaiman Have you guys ever seen … Continue reading May Wrap-up

Author Review

Author: Sarah Dessen Books read: Just Listen, The Truth About Forever, This Lullaby, and Dreamland. TBR Pile: That Summer, Keeping the Moon Total star review:         I first came across Sarah Dessen’s books when I was in high school. Her books were fairly popular among my fellow students at the time. I quickly … Continue reading Author Review