Reading Wrap-Up March, 2021

I can't believe we're already four months into 2021...and it feels just as crazy as 2020. Anyways, in March I had a very good reading month, reading a total of 17 books of various genres. Looking at the book I read this month, they were honestly all over the place. I have older books, new … Continue reading Reading Wrap-Up March, 2021

First Book Unhaul of 2021

On Wednesday I did a book haul post, and this is an accompaniment post to that one, where I unhaul 20 books to match the 20 books I bought. Here's a link to the book haul, if you missed it. Now, even though I'm getting rid of a lot of books, that does not necessarily … Continue reading First Book Unhaul of 2021

Books I’m Looking Forward to in 2021

I've mentioned before on my blog that I usually don't look forward to many new book releases, because I'm the type of reader who prefers reading books which stand the test of time. An overhyped book from 2021 may or may not be good, but a 2014 book which everyone still loves is probably at … Continue reading Books I’m Looking Forward to in 2021

December 2020 Reading Wrap-up

Finally 2020 is over! I look forward to starting 2021 with a positive outlook and hope for the future. December was a good reading month for me, since I was off over school for most of the month and so I could dive a lot into reading. I read a total of 21 books last … Continue reading December 2020 Reading Wrap-up

2,000 Pages in 10 Hours Readathon

I'm currently free from school for the next few weeks, so last week I decided to attempt a 24-hour readathon, trying to read 6 books, equaling about 2,000 pages. I've seen a lot of videos on YouTube of this challenge and really wanted to try one myself. You can probably tell by my title that … Continue reading 2,000 Pages in 10 Hours Readathon

October, 2020 Reading Wrap-up

I can't believe October is already over! And as of today I have only four more weeks of my fall semester in college. I will be so excited to be done and have a short break before jumping into spring semester. This month I managed to read more books than last month, but definitely not … Continue reading October, 2020 Reading Wrap-up

Book Review: The Wilderness of Ruin: A Tale of Madness, Fire, and the Hunt for America’s Youngest Serial Killer by Roseanne Montillo

When it comes to Halloween (and October in general), there are two types of books I crave to read: horror novels, and nonfiction true crime books, especially those about serial killers. So it makes sense why I picked up this book. Like the majority of famous serial killers, I've heard of Jesse Pomeroy before, though … Continue reading Book Review: The Wilderness of Ruin: A Tale of Madness, Fire, and the Hunt for America’s Youngest Serial Killer by Roseanne Montillo

September 2020 Reading Wrap-up

Sign...so, college is happening. I'm only slightly overwhelmed. Just ignore that I had to write two seven-page papers in two weeks. Just ignored that I'm working like thirteen hour days to just keep up with classes, and I'm used to working ahead. This semester is madness, and it is mostly because of being entirely online. … Continue reading September 2020 Reading Wrap-up

Mid Year Book Freakout Tag: 2020

This is a tag which goes around Booktube and reading blogs every year, and I did it last year. Check that one out if you feel like it. Anyways, this tag was created by two creators over on Youtube, but I can only find the co-creater Earl Grey Books's video. I like doing this tag … Continue reading Mid Year Book Freakout Tag: 2020

Book Review: The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo

I finally did it. I finally read the book that the internet has been raving about for the last few years. This is the book that on YouTube I swear everyone was talking about a couple years ago, even those who don't read books. The minimalist movement really started to appeal to me a few … Continue reading Book Review: The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo