2020 Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag

Apparently we're halfway through 2020, but what even is time anymore??! I don't know about you all, but basically the only good part of this year has been the books I've read. I haven't always managed to read consistently: there are stretches of time where I'm not able to focus on anything at all and... Continue Reading →

The Life’s a Beach Book Tag

I thought it would be fun to do a quick summery tag before Labor Day weekend. The Life's a Beach Book Tag is just the ticket! This tag was created by The Left-Handed Book Lover, and I discovered it over at the lovely Pages and Tea.   1) THE SAND A BOOK THAT STUCK WITH YOU LONG AFTER YOU... Continue Reading →

Mid-Year Freakout Tag

I'm definitely in denial that we are more than half-way through 2018. It just doesn't seem possible. In spite of this, I've really enjoyed seeing everyone's responses to this tag, so I thought I'd finally hop on board with my own. Best Book You've Read in 2018 I can't possibly narrow it down to one,... Continue Reading →

The “I Love Spring!” Book Tag

I saw this fun seasonal tag at bookswithbain, who discovered the original from booktubers Helene Jeppeson and Amanda Elise Carina. I really do love spring, and enjoy reading cheerful, cozy books (especially modern classics) this time of year. 1. How is spring where you live? Spring is unpredictable here on the East Coast of the... Continue Reading →

The Netflix Book Tag

I recently saw this fun tag on Kristin Kraves Books*, and had to join in. After all, I love a good Netflix session almost as much as a good book.   *From what I can tell, the original was created by A Darker Shade of Whitney over on Booktube.   RECENTLY WATCHED: The last book you finished reading. Bellewether by... Continue Reading →

I Spy Book Challenge

I spotted this fun book tag over on Books and Me!! (I believe it was first created by Booktuber BooksandLala), and I had to join in. Here are the rules: Find a book on your bookshelves that contains (either on the cover or in the title) an example for each category. You must have a separate... Continue Reading →

The Book Courtship Tag

I was tagged by the lovely Kathy of katiescottagebooks to participate in The Book Courtship Tag.   Phase 1: Initial Attraction (A book you bought because of the cover) The Muse by Jessie Burton I certainly would've read this book eventually, but I bought it soon after its release because of this exquisite cover.  Phase 2:... Continue Reading →