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February Update – where have I been?

Hello everyone! I know it’s been a while. Too long, actually. There was sort of a lot going on and I slacked on blogging a LOT the last few weeks. But, today I’m here to give a recap of what I was up to during those weeks I wasn’t blogging, and hopefully get back intoContinue reading “February Update – where have I been?”

FaeFriday – Changelings

This a tag created by CaffeinatedFae over at ( link)!!  This week’s prompt is about changelings, and the question is “what is a book you picked up that wasn’t at all what you thought it would be?  And honestly finding an answer to this question was a little harder than I anticipated. I’m usually prettyContinue reading “FaeFriday – Changelings”

2020 Reading Goals

This post is so late that I might actually cry. I wish I was only kidding.  Anyway, this is the first year that I’m actually sitting down and writing out some concrete reading goals to try and achieve throughout the year. And it’s only my second year of having a GoodReads Reading Challenge, or aContinue reading “2020 Reading Goals”

My Most Disappointing Reads of 2019 :(

This post is late, but it’s here. Shush, leave me alone. I had a pretty slow reading year, with a grand total of 25 books. Ouch. Oh that? That was just the sound of my ego bruising, no biggie. But, even with my meager “read” shelf on Goodreads this year, there were still a fewContinue reading “My Most Disappointing Reads of 2019 :(“

My Favorite Reads of 2019!!

I know this post is a little late, most have already gotten theirs up a while ago hahaha. But I was determined to get this up before the new year (decade!!), so here we are! Let’s jump right into it! #5 – Frankly in Love by David Yoon Summary: “High school senior Frank Li isContinue reading “My Favorite Reads of 2019!!”

The Confessions of Young Nero by Margaret George

A Book Review Summary “The Confessions of Young Nero” by Margaret George is an adult historical fiction about the infamous Roman emperor Nero. But more importantly, it’s a gripping tale of political intrigue, personal betrayal, and a young man struggling to find peace within himself. Thrust into power by his cruelly cunning mother at aContinue reading “The Confessions of Young Nero by Margaret George”