Category: TBR

  • November Wrap Up & Chaotic December TBR

    November Wrap Up & Chaotic December TBR

    Listen… November was not a reading month. It was a month spent adding a lot of minutes to my Spotify Wrapped numbers, I think, though somehow my listening of Folklore throughout the year kept any and all Midnights songs out of my Top Five songs of the year. I’m honestly surprised, but that’s alright. We’ll […]

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  • #SnowInLoveBingo Announcement & TBR

    #SnowInLoveBingo Announcement & TBR

    I am genuinely delighted to bring you the announcement that #SnowInLoveBingo is back! Hosted by myself, Aarya, and Dani, with artwork by my very talented sister, Sarah, we’re back with #SnowInLoveBingo, which will last from December 1, 2022 – February 28, 2023. Zero idea what the prizes will be again, but here is the link […]

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  • September Wrap Up & October TBR

    September Wrap Up & October TBR

    On the one hand, I’m sad my birthday month is over and on the other hand, I’m ready to fully embrace my Anne of Green Gables life and celebrate living in a world where there are Octobers. I’m beyond fortunate to live in a place where the leaves change colors and I have a lot […]

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  • Try a Chapter: October ARCs

    Try a Chapter: October ARCs

    As we’ve discussed, I have a problem with requesting ARCs. As in, I love scrolling Netgalley a little too much. In October, I have ten ARCs, but I’m also going to include The Empress in this post because, tbh, I really truly thought that The Empress came out in October, but then it turns out […]

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  • Bang In the Night 2 Bingo TBR

    Bang In the Night 2 Bingo TBR

    I am so happy that B (b.andherbooks) and Jacque (onthesamepa9e) are back with Bang in the Night Bingo! I really love reading challenges so much. This particular reading challenge begins on September 19th (today!) and runs through 10/31! You should definitely follow B and Jacque and join the Discord if you want to be able […]

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  • Try a Chapter: September ARCs

    Try a Chapter: September ARCs

    I have six ARCs for the month of September, which after the abundance of ARCs I had for August feels like such a relief. Will I get all of these read during September? That is still a question, but I’m certainly going to try, along with getting through the rest of the August ARCs I […]

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  • June TBR: WhateverAThon, Reading the Rainbow, and some other reading challenges…

    June TBR: WhateverAThon, Reading the Rainbow, and some other reading challenges…

    Am I doing too much with my reading this month? Undoubtedly. But I thought I would share these very cool reading challenges with you in case you haven’t seen them and might want to participate. And then we’re going to talk about the handful of books I have that will cover prompts across the challenges. […]

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  • February Wrap Up & March TBR

    February Wrap Up & March TBR

    I know February is a short month, but somehow I feel like it truly flew by. I finally managed to finish The Wheel of Time series so here’s hoping my attention span will allow me to return to reading romance and a variety of authors because I have missed my HEAs. I think I’m going […]

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  • Historical Fiction TBR: And a Plea for Y’all to Help Me Prioritize

    Historical Fiction TBR: And a Plea for Y’all to Help Me Prioritize

    If I have a lot of fantasy books that I’m trying to figure out to prioritize the same could be said for historical fiction titles. Growing up historical fiction was my favorite genre and I credit that for my passing of the AP U.S. History exam more than I do the actual class, but that’s […]

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  • My Fantasy TBR: A List and a Request for Opinions

    My Fantasy TBR: A List and a Request for Opinions

    I admittedly usually read at least some fantasy, but it’s usually either an author I already know and love (Sarah J. Maas or Rebecca Roanhorse) or it’s an urban fantasy series with a strong romantic plot that in my head I still consider a romance even if I categorize it differently in my statistics. But […]

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