Finally Fall Book Tag

As the resident basic white girl of the book blogosphere, it should come as no surprise when I say my favorite season is fall. The changing leaves, the crisp smell in the air, the sweater weather-- everything about the season appeals to me. Therefore, I knew I had to do this tag after I saw [...]

Top 5 Tuesday: Favorite Characters (A through J)

Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly book discussion with a new topic every Tuesday hosted by Meeghan of Meeghan Reads (formerly by Shanah of Bionic Book Worm). It’s each blogger’s job to pick five book-related things (though you’re welcome to pick things from other media, if necessary) that fit the topic. September is a theme [...]

The Book Interview Tag

Hello everybody! How’s your quarantine going? Mine’s going all right, given the circumstances. Recently I was tagged by Isabelle of Nine Tale Vixen to do this tag and thought today was the perfect opportunity. It’s a fun way to share your reading tastes and other bookish thoughts with your readers. Let’s get started! Name/Blog Name [...]

Nevermind Book Tag

First tag of the year! I saw this tag on Myonna Reads’ channel and knew I had to try it. It’s basically about all the times you changed your mind about books. This tag has some interesting questions I haven’t answered before, so I’m really excited to share my answers. A book you rated high [...]

Reacting to the 2019 Goodreads Choice Awards Winners

Everybody knows that the annual Goodreads Choice Awards is nothing more than a popularity contest. But that doesn’t stop us from arguing over it every year. It’s human nature, baby! So I thought it would be fun to react to this year’s winners and share which books I think should’ve won instead. In the spirit [...]

November 2019 Wrap-Up

***This post contains affiliate links. I get a small commission when you use my link to buy from Book Depository (at no extra cost to you). CODE: renstrange*** For someone who spent half the month in a reading slump, I had a pretty damn good reading month. I read five novels (two of which were [...]