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January 2022 Wrap-Up

January was a pretty good month? It was just very chill. It snowed a lot, which was nice, and I read 10 books. Also, I still can’t believe that it’s 2022? I’m pretty sure I wrote 2021 on all my school work. Fiction Stepsister by Jennifer Donnelly | A unforgettable, bold, snarky, proudly feminist retelling starring Cinderella’s ugly stepsister. This… Continue reading January 2022 Wrap-Up

My 1 Year Blogiversary | Thank You’s, Reflections & Feedback

Fantasy has always been a favorite genre of mine. From Percy Jackson to Children of Blood and Bone, I read it all. Maybe you want some good YA (and MG) fantasy, maybe you just want to compare our tastes, but here are my top 10 Favorite Fantasies (in no particular order) . . . Living, Loving, and Reading on February… Continue reading My 1 Year Blogiversary | Thank You’s, Reflections & Feedback

Discussion: What Do You Think About Banned Book Lists?

Banned Book List: A book that has been removed from the shelf of a library or school – American Library Association In other words, books that parents and teachers decide aren’t suitable for children and teens to read. But at their core, banned book lists just restrict what teenagers and kids can read. And I hate that. I hate that… Continue reading Discussion: What Do You Think About Banned Book Lists?

A 2021 Wrap-Up: Reading, Blogging, Stats & Reflections

2021 was a rollercoaster of a year. I’m definitely glad to be done with it, but there’s also something nice about looking back at the past and reflecting. In this post, I’m going to be looking at my reading and blogging stats and setting some goals for 2022. Number Of Books I Read: 121Number of Re-Reads: 7 Genres I’m pretty… Continue reading A 2021 Wrap-Up: Reading, Blogging, Stats & Reflections

Review & Playlist: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson

Synopsis Everyone in Fairview knows the story. Pretty and popular high school senior Andie Bell was murdered by her boyfriend, Sal Singh, who then killed himself. It was all anyone could talk about. And five years later, Pip sees how the tragedy still haunts her town. But she can’t shake the feeling that there was more to what happened that… Continue reading Review & Playlist: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson

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