• January Wrap Up

    Hi! So January has officially ended so it’s time for my wrap up! This year, I wanted to make my wrap ups slightly different from last year. I will still give the stats and short thoughts on all the books I read, but I will no longer include a TBR for the next month, as I never actually stuck to it. As well, I’ll be listing the genres of each book to give a bit more info on what it’s about. I thought at the end of the wrap up, I’d also discuss some non-book related things that I did/completed in the month, like tv shows, movies, or just life…

  • 2021 Reading Goals

    Hello! Since it’s a new year, I’ve set myself some new reading-related goals and also want to talk about some books I’m hoping to read this year! Goals My main goal is to read 50 books! Last year, for the first time, I read double that, but since I’ll be starting college in the fall and finishing up high school now, I don’t want to put a lot of excess pressure on myself. I also always set the additional goal of reading every single day. This is just for me personally, because I find it helps me stay out of slumps. Even if I can only read a single page…

  • All The Books of 2020

    Hi! As my last post to close out 2020, I’m sharing a list of all 100 books I read throughout the year. My other 2020 wrap up posts, my reading stats, and my top 10 books, can be found here, and here, respectively. For any books I reviewed, I added the link to their title. So, without further ado, here are all the books, and the ratings I gave them! My Sister’s Keeper by Jodie Picoult (4/5 stars) American Prison by Shane Bauer (3/5 stars) The Iliad by Homer (4/5 stars) Challenger Deep by Neal Shusterman (5/5 stars) Release by Patrick Ness (4/5 stars) The Great Gatsby by F. Scott…

  • Top 10 Books of 2020

    Hello! Continuing with my 2020 wrap-ups, (the first was my reading stats which you can find here) I wanted to share my favorite books of the year. I read so many incredible ones so narrowing it down to 10 was difficult. This list is not in any particular order, because I had a difficult time comparing many of these books to decide which I felt was better, so instead, they are just random. The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde This was my favorite classic of the year. Wilde’s writing was so descriptive and rich with emotions, I absolutely loved it. The characters were incredible as well. The relationship…

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