Non-WWII Historical-Fiction {P. 2} | Summer Reading 2021

Hello again, dear readers. We have finally reached last (official) post of this (endless) series! I must admit to being rather glad that I am done with sharing my summer reading. I throughly enjoyed these stories, all of the books that I read over the summer, but anything related to summer feels rather wrong now,… Continue reading Non-WWII Historical-Fiction {P. 2} | Summer Reading 2021

The Inheritance Games – Jennifer Lynn Barnes | A (Brief) Book Review

Avery Grambs has a plan for a better future: survive high school, win a scholarship, and get out. But her fortunes change in an instant when billionaire Tobias Hawthorne dies and leaves Avery virtually his entire fortune. The catch? Avery has no idea why--or even who Tobias Hawthorne is. To receive her inheritance, Avery must… Continue reading The Inheritance Games – Jennifer Lynn Barnes | A (Brief) Book Review

Harriet (2019) | A Powerful + Moving Story | Movie Thoughts

Hello again, dear readers. After having Harriet on our mental watchlist for a couple of years, a couple of my siblings and I watched it several weeks ago. It was powerful and somehow very different than I expected. I am excited to share some of my thoughts with you all, today. Autumn has fully arrived… Continue reading Harriet (2019) | A Powerful + Moving Story | Movie Thoughts

Some Other Now – Sarah Everett | A (Brief) Book Review

Before she kissed one of the Cohen boys, seventeen-year-old Jessi Rumfield knew what it was like to have a family—even if, technically, that family didn’t belong to her. She’d spent her childhood in the house next door, challenging Rowan Cohen to tennis matches while his older brother, Luke, studied in the background and Mel watched… Continue reading Some Other Now – Sarah Everett | A (Brief) Book Review

notes from my summer, thoughts from the first month of school + a list | September 29. 2021 | feat. gladiolas

Hello again, dear readers. As summer comes to a close, I have been enjoying reflecting a bit over what the summer held for me, and I wanted to share a few notes- things that I want to remember I guess. Additionally, I am excited about what this school holds for me, so I also have… Continue reading notes from my summer, thoughts from the first month of school + a list | September 29. 2021 | feat. gladiolas

WWII Historical-Fiction | Summer Reading 2021

Hello again, dear readers. Summer may end today, but this series is still not quite complete. Today, I am sharing a few of the WWII stories that I actually enjoyed, on some level, this summer. The shear number of books set during the years of the Second World War is insane, and I feel as… Continue reading WWII Historical-Fiction | Summer Reading 2021

Contemporary Reads YA + Adult | Summer Reading 2021

Hello again, dear readers. Somehow it is already September 15! With school starting, it feels as though this month is flying by. I am grateful that we still have a few more weeks of warm weather to look forward to. 🙂 Anyway, over the summer I enjoyed quite a few contemporary reads, and (as usual)… Continue reading Contemporary Reads YA + Adult | Summer Reading 2021

Fantasy Reads | Summer Reading 2021

Hello again, dear readers! I am dropping by with the next (very brief) installment of my Summer Reading series. As I mentioned in my tbr post, I have not read much fantasy recently (with the exception of the Grisha trilogy) so this post has, by far, the fewest books on it. And...let's jump right in!… Continue reading Fantasy Reads | Summer Reading 2021

September + October TBR | The Back-to-School Edition

Hello again, dear readers! Although it has only been a couple weeks since I last posted it feels as though it has been forever. Somehow, summer is coming to an end and school has started. I will never quite understand why the summer months pass so much more quickly than every other month of the… Continue reading September + October TBR | The Back-to-School Edition

Non-WWII Historical-Fiction {P. 1} | Summer Reading 2021

Hello again, dear readers. I am excited to be sharing my first Summer Reading post with all of you! After amassing quite a few mini-reviews over the past three or so months I thought that I would organize them by genre (sort of) and share them that way. So, this is only the first post… Continue reading Non-WWII Historical-Fiction {P. 1} | Summer Reading 2021