This is my first time creating a readathon and I'm so excited! December is Jane Austen’s birth month, so it’s the perfect time for some Austen celebration! Join me in reading and watching all things Jane Austen while also diversifying our bookshelves and media! Whether you're a seasoned Austen aficionado, or you've never read her … Continue reading Announcing A Very Austen-tatious Readathon!
With just a week until voting ends in the U.S. General Election, we may be looking for things to take our minds off the news, or, if you're like me, ways to fully immerse ourselves in the historical context of this one particular event. Find out how to register to vote here! Find your nearest … Continue reading Books to Get Us Through the 2020 Election
Listen to this podcast episode on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and anywhere you find bookish podcasts! This week on the podcast I’m joined by Bre, also known as the Loc’d Booktician, for a reader chat. Bre is a Booktuber and Bookstagrammer who has created a spooky October reading challenge called Black-Oween-Athon. She gives a little insight … Continue reading Halloween, Thrillers, and Other Delights: Reader Chat with Bre, the Loc’d Booktician
Do you love a spooky October read, and also want to read more Black authors? Then you definitely need to participate in Black-Oween-Athon! Created by Black BookTuber Bre, also known as the Loc'd Booktician and my guest for this week's podcast episode (coming Thursday), this reading challenge is about reading books in "spooky" or fantastical … Continue reading What to Read for Black-Oween-Athon
So I’m back on the podcast, after a much-needed break, and I have some fun content planned for the rest of October. This week, I’m revisiting a piece I wrote back in June, and that was published by Book Riot during my brief stint as a contributor there. I started thinking about this piece because … Continue reading All About Adaptations: New Podcast Episode
I was recently nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award by my Twitter friend and fellow book blogger Leah over at Leah's Books! Leah always has the best book tags--I've done a few of them here. Go check out her blog! Thanks for the nomination, Leah! What Is The Sunshine Blogger Award? The Sunshine Blogger Award … Continue reading The Sunshine Blogger Award!
This post is a stop on the Blog Tour for Kingdom of Sea and Stone, book two of the Crown of Coral and Pearl duology. Be sure to check out the other stops on the tour here, and find more information on the book at the end of this post. Thanks to TBR and Beyond … Continue reading Fairy Tale Echoes in Mara Rutherford’s “Crown of Coral and Pearl” Duology
I recently hosted a giveaway on my BookTok channel to celebrate almost 5000 followers, but I put my own twist on the prizes, because I'm ~*different*~ (just in case it's not clear, that was meant to be facetious). For two winners, I recommended a new book based on a survey I had them fill out … Continue reading The Books I Recommended to My TikTok Giveaway Winners
This is the first book tag I've created myself! Feel free to use the tag if you'd like, just be sure to link back to this post! I don't know about you, but I've been listening to Taylor Swift's latest album Folklore pretty constantly since it came out two months ago. The vibes of the … Continue reading Original Book Tag: Taylor Swift Album Challenge
Listen to this podcast episode on Spotify, Apple, or anywhere you find bookish podcasts. For this week’s Reader Chat, I got to talk to the cohost of Fictional Hangover Podcast, Amanda Garrison. You’ll remember that my very first reader chat was with the other cohost of that show, Claire Eastaugh, so now my collection of … Continue reading Audiobooks, Libraries, and Other Adventures: Reader Chat with Amanda Garrison