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What I Read: October 2018

Wow. So, it turns out I haven’t shared one of these posts since March, which definitely bums me out. But, I’m here, and I’m ready to share what I read in October. October was tough. It was a busy month, and when I did have time to read, I had trouble doing so. Nothing kept my attention. Well, except these books, apparently. What I read in October 2018: YOU  // Technically, this was my second time reading this book, but...

Let’s Talk About Some New Books I’m Dying to Read this Summer

Well, it’s June, and I don’t know about you, but I always think of June 1st as the start of summer, June 21st be darned. I always read a lot more during the summer months. Whether it’s the warmer weather, the longer days, the sangria—I devour books this time of the year. I’ve been taking a bit of a break from writing, which is why I’ve been reading more than normal. However, my writing break is coming to an end...

What I Read: March 2018

Phew, it really feels like I’ve read some great books so far this year. Despite going through a (pretty) consistent reading slump, I somehow managed to get through five books last month. What I read in March 2018: SLOW MOTION // In my mind, Dani Shapiro can do no wrong. I just adore her writing style. Pick this one up if you’re into about addiction/depression. THE GREAT ALONE (BOTM) // This book was so, so good and left me with the biggest...

What He Doesn’t Know by Kandi Steiner

  Today’s a good day, not only because tomorrow is Friday, but because Kandi Steiner’s newest contemporary romance, What He Doesn’t Know, is now out. I haven’t had a chance to start reading this one yet, but it’s ready and waiting on my iPad for when I finish reading The Animal Under The Fur....

What I Read: December 2017

  Despite the craziness of the last month of the year, I was able to read four novels in December, bringing my tally for 2017 up to a cool 50 books read. I should call December (and the end of November) the month of Christina Lauren, because I read four of their books in succession–Autoboyography being my first and favorite. That book deserves it’s only special review, that’s how much I loved it. But, I digress....