It's officially July, which means this crazy, awful year is finally halfway over. Remember 182 days ago when we thought 2020 was going to be THE year? Yeah. Me either. I'm never actually tagged to do this, but I started last year and decided to continue the trend this year. It's a really fun tag, originally created by ReadLikeWildfire and Earl Grey Books! I . . .
After 5+ years of not reaching my Goodreads reading goal, I have finally achieved the impossible: I, a 23-year-old adult with a full-time job, have read 50 books before the end of the year. I am astounded. I know it's not actually impossible, and people with less free time than me read, like, hundreds of books a year, but I'm . . .
Since joining in 2014, I added a crazy number of books to my TBR. Like, 600+ books. And many of them were really crappy-looking books that only had, like, 50 ratings. I'm not saying you should only read megahits... Personally, I usually don't find independently-published books very good. I've read quite a few of them, and to be frank, they are . . .
There are so many great books coming out this year that I need to get my hands on. I have a lot of books from previous years that I really want to catch up on, especially the classics. But I also want to dedicate time for new releases and stay up-to-date with literature. Luckily, I found out today that, at work, I can . . .
Good evening and welcome to my final post of 2018. For years I've been doing the same little NYE post as a kind of recap of the past year, and I enjoy it more and more every year. Non-book-wise, this was a pretty busy year. My girlfriend and I celebrated 3 years of dating. We also worked at the same place for over 6 months and managed not to . . .
This week, I'd like to talk about Goodreads Giveaways, because I feel like many people don't know about them and how great they are. First of all, do you know about Goodreads? Because if not, hello, come out from under your ... Continue reading
Have you ever wished you could combine Goodreads and Instagram into one glorious app? Well, so did every other book lover out there, and someone decided to do something about it. In 2016, Todd Lawton and Jeff LeBlanc, the co-founders of the awesome site Out of Print, created the perfect app for all of us,…
Title: Finding Mr. Brightside Author: Jay Clark Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. Publication Date: March 2015 Rating: 3.5 stars I received this book free through Goodreads First Reads. I enter those giveaways daily, and this was the first book I won. Goodreads is the best, and Jay Clark is amazing for sending me a free (autographed!!!!!) copy of…