So, About That 2018 TBR…

As many of you know, one of the themes for my reading this month was following Kathy’s Remember November challenge, where I would focus on picking up books I meant to read earlier this year, but didn’t get to yet. hat hasn’t worked out well for me so far—we’re now halfway through November, and I’ve […]

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November TBR & Monthly Goals

This month, I’m trying something new inspired by my friend Jasmine: I’m creating a few monthly goals to go along with my TBR! These won’t just be reading-specific, but might be related to my blog or my personal life. I’ll add them at the end of the post! The themes this month are… Remember November — Kathy’s […]

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October TBR: Too Many Books, Too Little Time

All year, I swore that I would catch up on all of my fall ARCs by September 30th so that October could be totally dedicated to mood reading, yet here we are, and… well, that didn’t happen. At all. So, a few plans for this month are: OWNtober — reading books from my backlist that […]

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Horror Recommendations, Pt. II: My Creepy TBR!

In case you missed it, earlier today, I posted pt. I of this recommendations idea: horror books I enjoyed, complete with “creep level” ratings! Definitely go check that post out, too! Spooky Reads I Expect to Enjoy: Everything below this point is a book I have yet to read and cannot vouch for, but they’re […]

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Horror Recommendations, Pt. I (& a read-along!)

If there’s one post that has been requested of me more than anything else during my entire time hosting this blog, it has to be… A horror recommendation list! Check out pt. II of the list here! But, first… Before we jump into the recommendations, I wanted to take a moment to announce a creepy […]

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NEW SERIES: Seasonal TBR Jar — Autumn Creepies!

Autumn is almost upon us! Fall is my favorite time of year, and it always makes me crave books that are spooky, thrillers, or paranormal (even more so than usual, anyways)! I have so many unread horror/thriller/paranormal books on my shelves that I knew I wanted to try and work on my backlist as much as […]

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