The Six Books I Read in May

Six books and 1,945 pages later and I can say I have officially reached my 2022 Goodreads Reading Challenge of reading 50 Books for the year. Despite only reading six books there were a few incredible must reads, such as Selma Blair’s Mean Baby or revisiting Sally Rooney’s Conversations with Friends and Beautiful World Where Are … Continue reading The Six Books I Read in May

My thoughts on Grady Hendrix’s The Final Girls Support Group

  What. A. Disappointment. – There I said it!   Being a fan of Grady Hendrix, when I heard that he would be releasing The Final Girls Support Group, I became majorly excited. Especially since I wasn’t a huge fan of Final Girls written by Riley Sager. I hoped that Hendrix’s novel would be similar in premise without … Continue reading My thoughts on Grady Hendrix’s The Final Girls Support Group

The Eight Books I Read in April!

Hi bookish friends! I have BIG news. After being out of work since July 2018, thanks to leukemia, I have finally returned the workforce. Yes, that’s right, I have a job. Actually, my dream job! Which meant that I didn’t read as much as I normally do. In total I read eight books, 1,715 pages, … Continue reading The Eight Books I Read in April!

The Vampire Diaries: Volume One, The Awakening 🧛🏻‍♂️🧛🏻‍♀️🧛🏻

  For eight seasons, The Vampire Diaries and the Elena, Stefan, Damon love triangle was a staple in my television programming. In full transparency, I didn’t give the show much thought when it first began to air, assuming it was Twilight for television. Little did I know the series was a far cry from the initial Twilight vibes it had given … Continue reading The Vampire Diaries: Volume One, The Awakening 🧛🏻‍♂️🧛🏻‍♀️🧛🏻

Brave by Rose McGowan

  “Being brave doesn't mean you are not scared, it just means you do the scary thing anyway.” ― Rose McGowan, Brave  Brave Written by Rose McGowan Published January 30th, 2018 This past week I spent time with Rosa Arianna McGowan reading, well really listening, to her audiobook for Brave while also pairing it with the physical … Continue reading Brave by Rose McGowan

My March Wrap Up

  Twelve books, 4,127 pages, and thirteen genres, cringe, thirteen, yuck, March was once again an incredible reading month. Not only did I read some incredible stories, but I also managed to check off a few requirements for both my Book of the Month and The StoryGraph’s Genre Challenges. Several of these reads pushed me … Continue reading My March Wrap Up

Curating My Collection: Reading the SJP for Hogarth Selection

             Possibly best known for her role as Carrie Bradshaw on Sex and the City or Sarah Sanderson from Hocus Pocus, (shout out to all of us 90s kids), Sarah Jessica Parker is a trailblazer with a career in entertainment that spans nearly five decades. Aside from bringing exquisite characters to life through mediums such … Continue reading Curating My Collection: Reading the SJP for Hogarth Selection

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