Like just about every other reader out there, I often think about all the books I want to read and, naturally, get stressed about it. This tag is a good opportunity to remind myself how many books I need to read and share that with all of you!
I scoured Goodreads and book Twitter and Bookstagram for the best August 2020 book releases and came up with my top five which you can find in this post. Don’t forget to tell me which books you’re excited about in the comments!
There are many reasons to read Get a Grip, Vivy Cohen! from the great own voices autistic and Jewish rep to a love of baseball to a story about not letting anything get in the way of you being passionate. Come check it out!
I was tagged to do this Lover book tag by Mari @ Musings of a Book Girl, who is also the creator of the tag. Come check out how I matched up books with these eighteen (18) Taylor Swift themed prompts!
June 2020 is over which means it’s time to wrap up. I read six books(!!) and posted five blogs which I think is pretty good for someone trying to come back during an energy-draining pandemic.
Felix Ever After is an incredibly important book. It portrays so many aspects of life and love that aren’t talked about enough in fiction. If all the other people yelling about this book haven’t convinced you to pick it up yet, let me tell you why you need to read it now!
From the characters to the setting to the simple fact it’s a story about hockey, there’s a lot I loved about Check, Please! Book 1: #Hockey. If you haven’t read it yet, come here and I’ll give you 6 reasons why you should put it on your TBR (or bump it up if it’s already there!)