If you liked that musical, then you'll love this book (and vice versa)

Hi friends, and happy Friday! Within the past two years, I've really become a musical person. Sure, before that, I knew of the classics and greats, but you wouldn't really ever catch me just casually listening to a soundtrack because I couldn't get it out of my mind, because I couldn't stop dreaming about seeing … Continue reading If you liked that musical, then you'll love this book (and vice versa)

My Favorite Books of 2019

Hi friends, and happy December 31st! I hope that you've had a wonderfully festive Holiday season and a fantastic month overall. Even though the new year is quite literally tomorrow, I'm having trouble wrapping my head around the fact that it's a new decade. BUT, what I can understand and fully appreciate is the fact … Continue reading My Favorite Books of 2019

Book Review || Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano (this book pulled at every single one of my heart strings)

So much could be solved if we simply held hands with each other more often. Hi friends, and happy Monday! I hope that the holiday season is treating you well and that you are enjoying all of the festivities! For me, I've been watching Christmas movies every chance I get, putting on my Micheal Buble … Continue reading Book Review || Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano (this book pulled at every single one of my heart strings)

Down the TBR Hole #8 || let's do this (again)

Hi friends, and happy Wednesday! Going through my TBR with the intentions of cleaning it up feels kind of fantastic. Despite the fact that my indecisiveness almost always prevents me from actually getting rid of a substantial amount of titles, it makes me feel like my TBR is more* manageable? Notice I said "more." I … Continue reading Down the TBR Hole #8 || let's do this (again)

Why is your favorite book your favorite? | a conversation with 8 of my favorite bloggers

Hi friends, and happy Friday! Just like every other reader, I can't seem to stop myself from always gabbing about the newest release in my favorite book series or about the crazy amount of love I feel for a fictional character. And just like every other reader, I can't seem to talk about my favorite … Continue reading Why is your favorite book your favorite? | a conversation with 8 of my favorite bloggers

Book Review || Call Down the Hawk by Maggie Stiefvater (we need to talk about Ronan Lynch’s character development)

Dreams are not the safest thing to build a life on. Hi friends, and happy Saturday! Since the moment I found out that we were somehow lucky enough to get a sequel trilogy to one of the greatest series I've ever known, it's fair to say that I was pretty hyped—much like the rest of … Continue reading Book Review || Call Down the Hawk by Maggie Stiefvater (we need to talk about Ronan Lynch’s character development)