More hauling! note: Since I have a lot of posts now and I don’t really haul many books, this is now both a book haul post and a list of posts and articles I’ve loved this month. So instead of book hauls only, these wrap-ups function as yet another section of my monthly wrap-up posts! I think … More March-April-May Book & Post Haul
A Thousand Nights by E.K. Johnston ★★★★★ | 2015 release “My sister is no fool and she is not tender-hearted,” I said. “My sister fights for her home, and takes what risks she must. That is why I put myself before her today—why I would not let you have her. My sister burns, and she … More Just A Quick Backlist Review: A Thousand Nights by E.K. Johnston
This last month, I’ve been working on a writing project, in which my goal was to write 10,000 words. I succeeded at this goal!! My first 3 1/2 chapters are wonderful and I love them and obviously, it’s going to take a lot more work to get to the end, but I’m proud of myself … More I Talk About My WIP: On Writing Anxiety
The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides ★★☆☆☆ | 1993 release I struggled with this book. On several levels.
2018 was the year I decided I liked love. No, not liked love — loved love, and craved love, and wanted to read about love and fall in love without fear. This was not an easily-won goal, as one might perhaps expect. No, for me, deciding that love was good took a fight.
The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren ★★★★☆ | May 2019 release “The problem with lying about relationships is that humans are fickle, fickle creatures.” Sometimes a fun & heartwarming romance novel, even one with a few problems, is exactly what I need. Honestly, this is around a 3 1/2 but I’m not even going to pretend … More Fake Marriage In Hawaii: The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren
About six months back, I wrote a really long and intense post about how to get started and be better at book blogging. Several of the comments, however, were asking about productivity: how do I keep my life all together, and how do I keep up the same blogging schedule? I think it’s important to … More Managing the Life & Blogging Grind, part one: How I Operate My Week