The Classics Book Tag

Hi bookish friends! Only three months into the new year and I have already managed to read eight classics. What an incredible accomplishment. Mostly because they scare the crap out of me. I figured what better way to celebrate this small milestone than by completing The Classics Book Tag, which was originally created by It’s … Continue reading The Classics Book Tag

Twelve Books: My February 2022 Wrap Up

  How is February already over? I’m still trying to wrap my mind around it. It was full of traveling and reading all the momentously fun things. In total I read twelve books that crossed seventeen different genres, with a total of 4,297 pages. Not to mention, I do feel like I’m personally evolving as … Continue reading Twelve Books: My February 2022 Wrap Up

The Cupid Book Tag 🏹❤️‍🔥✨

  Hi bookish friends! Welcome back to the Books and Mischief blog where I discuss my love for books, reading, and above all the adventures I embark on through literature. With today being Valentine’s Day I figured this would be the perfect time to complete the Cupid Book Tag created by Noelle Gallagher. I’ll link … Continue reading The Cupid Book Tag 🏹❤️‍🔥✨

Twelve Reads for January 2022 Monthly Wrap Up

  Typically, I am not a superstitious person; however, like most I do have a few simple quirks. For example, I don’t care for the number 13 and when reading I will not stop or start on anything with that number 13 in it. Another quirk of mine is that I believe the way you begin … Continue reading Twelve Reads for January 2022 Monthly Wrap Up

Les Liaisons Dangereuses aka Dangerous Liaisons Book Review

  “Oh no, she’s crying! Little baby’s upset by the big, bad book.” - Kathryn Merteuil, Cruel Intentions Les Liaisons dangereuses – Dangerous Liaisons Written by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos – Translated by Helen Constantine Published March 23, 1782 - At least according to Wikipedia – Published February 22, 2007 According to trivia on IMDb … Continue reading Les Liaisons Dangereuses aka Dangerous Liaisons Book Review

An Introduction to StoryGraph and the Genre Challenge for 2022’s TBR 📚

    Despite being a millennial, I’m personally not inclined to navigate new social media platforms. In truth I’ve slowly been withdrawing from sharing personal things on any platform aside from the occasional health update and have chosen to share my love for books and literature. Last year, among the bookish community, came The StoryGraph. … Continue reading An Introduction to StoryGraph and the Genre Challenge for 2022’s TBR 📚

Albatross by Terry Fallis Book Review 🏌🏻‍♂️

“Through those books I travelled the world, laughed and cried, learned about life, good and evil, right and wrong. I came to understand how the power of words and stories could leave you transfixed, transported, and transformed. This may sound a tad melodramatic, but to me, the bookmobile was the weekly medication that kept me … Continue reading Albatross by Terry Fallis Book Review 🏌🏻‍♂️

The End of the Year Book Tag 📚✨

  And just like that we have finally made it to the end of 2021. With 2022 on the horizon, literally a few days away, I figured what better time than to sit down and complete The End of the Year Book Tag created by Ariel Bissett. While answering a few of these questions I did realize … Continue reading The End of the Year Book Tag 📚✨