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Blogmas Day 5 // The Christmas Stocking tag

For the fifth day of Blogmas, I decided to create my own original festive book tag, all about the things you’d sometimes find in a Christmas stocking. This is the first tag I’ve ever created, so I’d be thrilled if you decided to do it. Rules Link to the person who tagged you Link to… Continue reading Blogmas Day 5 // The Christmas Stocking tag

Book Features · features

Literary Discussions // Why I like having an unwieldy TBR

Friends, this title is not clickbait. It’s true. I have 173 books currently on my Goodreads TBR and, although I sometimes jokingly complain that my TBR is too long, I actually quite like it that way. Before I’m excommunicated from the book community for such a brazen statement, hear me out. Yes, sometimes I wish my TBR… Continue reading Literary Discussions // Why I like having an unwieldy TBR

Readathons · TBRs and Wrap ups

YALCathon TBR // Getting through those YALC ARCs

As usual, YALC was an incredibly exciting and fun weekend and, unsurprisingly, I came home with A LOT of books. (My suitcase was a beast.) I’ll have a full YALC wrap up going up on my blog next week, but in the mean time, I’ve decided to co-host a readathon to give people the chance… Continue reading YALCathon TBR // Getting through those YALC ARCs

Book articles · Book Features

Literary Discussions // Why I don’t DNF books

DNFing books is a great way ensure you’re reading only what you enjoy. As readers, we have the autonomy to choose whether or not we continue with a book if it’s not meeting our expectations. After all, we only have a finite amount of time to read (as much as I want to believe that we’re all… Continue reading Literary Discussions // Why I don’t DNF books