November Wrap-Up ft. the month I fell in love with Evelyn Hugo & The Kiss Quotient & Foolish Hearts ((what a journey))

November was a wonderful month!!!????? I did NaNoWriMo and made it to 43,220 words which is the most I've ever written for a book in my life?? Usually I start stories and after roughly 10,000 words I just think "well this is sh*t" But in this instance I've made significant progress. /SOMUCHSUCCESS/ I also did  a Read and … Continue reading November Wrap-Up ft. the month I fell in love with Evelyn Hugo & The Kiss Quotient & Foolish Hearts ((what a journey))

“You Are The Everything” by Karen Rivers (Review + Giveaway!!)|| the #1 wtf book of 2018

Synopsis: Can you want something—or someone—so badly that you change your destiny? Elyse Schmidt never would have believed it, until it happened to her. When Elyse and her not-so-secret crush, Josh Harris, are the sole survivors of a plane crash, tragedy binds them together. It’s as if their love story is meant to be. Everything … Continue reading “You Are The Everything” by Karen Rivers (Review + Giveaway!!)|| the #1 wtf book of 2018

BLOG TOUR/ The Impossibility of Us ft. Even more lovable characters, because 2018 is the year of fluffy and adorable

The Impossibility of Us by Katy Upperman Published by: Swoon Reads Publication date: July 31st 2018 Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult Goodreads | Amazon | B&N Synopsis: The last thing Elise wants is to start her senior year in a new town. But after her brother’s death in Afghanistan, she and her mother move from San Francisco to a … Continue reading BLOG TOUR/ The Impossibility of Us ft. Even more lovable characters, because 2018 is the year of fluffy and adorable

Blog Tour|So Glad to Meet You ft. a giveaway + oliver my sunshine

Publisher: Diversion Books Release Date: July 31, 2018 Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance Goodreads | Amazon | Book Depository Tour Schedule Seventeen-year-old Daphne Bowman, a bookish drama nerd in public school, might never have crossed paths with Oliver, the popular, outgoing mascot for his private school's football team, but one event has bound them inextricably. … Continue reading Blog Tour|So Glad to Meet You ft. a giveaway + oliver my sunshine

BOOK REVIEW/ A list of why I love “Leo Loves Aries” ft. fluffy friendship-lovers

it is my wish that every person gets the chance to enjoy this BEAUTIFUL GAY LOVE STORY of dreams SLDKFLSJKFDS Birdie recommended this to me and in exchange I sent her to fall in love with Jory in "A Matter of Time" by Mary Calmes ***and Birdie is now in charge of recommending books to … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW/ A list of why I love “Leo Loves Aries” ft. fluffy friendship-lovers

BOOK REVIEW: Wolfsong (ft. family and friends-to-lovers + extra friendship)

Genre: LGBT Paranormal Romance 400 pages Pub 2016 There was once a Top 5 Tuesday and it was about books we'd save from death. In the event of a fire. And I went to Birdie's post. And she said she'd save all her TJ Klune books and I gazed at the covers because the covers … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Wolfsong (ft. family and friends-to-lovers + extra friendship)

“The Foxhole Court” (aka the best series in the entire world I promise.)

  So, if you read my blog on the reg.... You likely know about my greatest obsession on this planet forever.   ~*"The Foxhole Court" by Nora Sakavic.*~   OH MY GOSHHHH JUST SAYING THE NAME GIVES ME CHILLS. I'm so in love and I'm finally able to talk about it without crying and hiding … Continue reading “The Foxhole Court” (aka the best series in the entire world I promise.)

Top Ten Book Romances

VALENTINE'S DAY with Top Ten Tuesday @ That Artsy Reader Girl I love February 14th so much. This year my valentines are Kaz Brekker and Korean drama (Descendants of the Sun, Pretty One is my idol) ❤ here are my top ten book romances that are very special ❤ ❤ ❤ 1. Monty and Percy … Continue reading Top Ten Book Romances

8 Things I love about East of Eden by John Steinbeck/ Amazing Classic Novels

8 things I love about East of Eden by John Steinbeck East of Eden was Steinbeck’s darling baby. Here are my 8 favorite things about his complex, character-driven novel. I’m officially in the fandom. 1. Lee, the Chinese-American servant. The sassy sage, everyone’s mom. Lee, I’m politely asking you to adopt Abra before I Blue … Continue reading 8 Things I love about East of Eden by John Steinbeck/ Amazing Classic Novels