Hispanic Heritage Month Recommendations

Hispanic Heritage Month has officially begun! Following are some of my recommendations for this upcoming month. I hope you guys take some time to learn about the different cultures that make up Hispanic Heritage and find some great reads and some great things to watch! The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros (5*) Aristotle…

Anya’s Ghost: Review

Author: Vera Brosgol Rating: ☆☆☆☆ Anya could really use a friend. But her new BFF isn’t kidding about the “Forever” part. Of all the things Anya expected to find at the bottom of an old well, a new friend was not one of them. Especially not a new friend who’s been dead for a century. Falling…

#DiverseAThon TBR

Hello everyone! Really exciting things happening in the online book community next week! Four beautiful ladies have created #DiverseAThon as a response to some videos and posts indicating that diversity is not needed in books, -.-. I think this book-a-thon is a GREAT way to expand our reading and show how IMPORTANT diversity is!! Days:…

Made My First Booktube Video!

I have been thinking about starting a Booktube for about a year now and I always seemed to talk myself out of it for some reason. Finally after watching this video I told myself that I should just dive in and do something that I know I’ll really enjoy and that will allow me the…

September TBR

HELLO SEPTEMBER! Hope none of you missed the Hogwarts Express! This month I’m going to try and keep it simple once again and stick to finishing three books. Two of these are more than 400 pages so I don’t want to rush myself, especially since I want to start some new projects. The Goldfinch by…

Birthday Haul

I managed to be pretty good this month and wait for gift cards I got for my birthday to make any bookish purchases. My brother, as always, was super awesome and got me an Amazon gift card and my work got me a Barnes & Noble card so I went crazy getting the books I’d…