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First Line Friday: 12/18/2020

“On the second Sabbat of Twelfthmoon, in the city of Weep, a girl fell from the sky.” This is going to be a First Line Friday post hosted by Hoarding Books! I loved this book. It’s one of my favorites and is an ode to the love of books, magic

September Wrap-up

September was a wild and crazy month. Between work and school I didn’t have much time to read, but these are all the books I read. I finished Wanderers on the first of October, but I’m including it here since I read the majority of it in September. What have

July TBR

I cannot believe that the year 2020 is half over! This year has simultaneously lasted forever while also going by way too quickly. I have a lot more time on my hands now that I’m only in one class, so I have a lot of plans for reading. About half

June Wrap-up

June has been….busy to say the least. I finished a class that was keeping me crazy busy, so I had a lot of time to read at the end of the month! I’ll have so much more time to read in July and I’m excited for some of the books

How to Be a Better Ally: Books on How to Be an Anti-Racist

I haven’t read enough of these books. I will acknowledge that first and foremost, but I certainly plan to change that. I plan to read all of these by the end of this year, as I think that it is important that I educate myself on exactly how the system

Book Review: Inkheart

Author: Cornelia Funke Genre: Lower Young Adult/ Fantasy Page Count: 576 Date Started: May 30th Date Finished: June 4th Spoilers: One slight spoiler (I’ve included a note of where and put it in italicizes) A Brief Description Twelve-year-old Meggie learns that her father, who repairs and binds books for a

May Wrap-Up and Some Overall Thoughts

May has been….busy to say the least. I started a class that has kept me very busy, but in the time that I did have, I read these six books! I started Inkheart at the very end of the month, so I do not have a rating or review for

First Line Friday: Inkheart

“Rain fell that night, a fine, whispering rain.” This is going to be a First Line Friday post hosted by Hoarding Books! I think that the first line of this book really sets the mood for everything that’s about to happen. This was a series that I grew up reading,

5 Books Set in Space

I love space. I find the concept of it so interesting. The vast starry black just fascinates me. I especially love books that are set in space. Whether it’s on a planet or on a spaceship, whether it’s realistic science fiction, or theoretical science fiction, I love it. If the

April Wrap-Up

What have you been up to? I’ve been doing some reading, and I’ve been really into fantasy books lately. Anything that really distracts me from all the sh*t going on in the world right now. Animal Crossing and books are the only thing that are keeping me sane. I’ve also

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