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2019 Reading Plans

2019 Reading Plans

This is the time of year where you see reading challenges, goals, and plans galore. The Goodreads Challenge that you set for yourself, the Popsugar and Book Riot challenges that push you to diversify your reading, and those country reading lists floating around on Pinterest. […]

The 5 Best Book Posts of 2018

The 5 Best Book Posts of 2018

One constant in my life, no matter what I am going through, is reading. You will never find me without a book on hand for a spare moment, and I’m one of those people who reads three books at once. Although book posts can be […]

Christmas Eve Reading Plans

Christmas Eve Reading Plans

I think that all of us have seen those Pinterest and Facebook posts about how in Iceland you exchange books on Christmas Eve and then spend the evening reading them. (Although, I’ve seen a lot of pushback from people living in Iceland on whether or […]

6 Books to Give to Anyone, Blogmas

6 Books to Give to Anyone, Blogmas

Now that we are close to Christmas, some people will be searching last minute for that perfect gift that they just couldn’t find. And I think that a book is always the perfect gift, and most of us do live close enough to a bookstore […]

The Lure of Beautiful Books

The Lure of Beautiful Books

I will admit to being one of those people who is all business with their books. I only read appendices if I specifically need information from them, I tend to only read short dedications (sorry, authors!), and pictures? Not really necessary. Or, I used to […]

3 New 2018 Christmas Chick Lit Books!

3 New 2018 Christmas Chick Lit Books!

I am back again with new books from NetGalley! I am really enjoying the chance to read new books before they come out and share my reviews to help authors and other readers- it is a wonderful feeling. I was able to request and read […]

History of Christmas Books

History of Christmas Books

Today’s post is a quick intro to a few of the historical sources I like to use for my history of Christmas posts and research. What I love about the history of Christmas is that it is very approachable and quite often uses cultural and […]

Are Reading Challenges Helpful?

Are Reading Challenges Helpful?

If you are any sort of social reader, you have probably heard of reading challenges. All sorts of sites and groups create and sponsor them, and in the age of publicly documenting everything, readers jump on them. You update sites, Instagram, your bullet journal with […]

5 Chick Lit Books That Perfect for a Long Weekend

5 Chick Lit Books That Perfect for a Long Weekend

I am currently enjoying a long weekend myself right now (Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!) and I plan to dive headfirst into books. While I am finishing up a books for different book clubs, I also plan on enjoying some easy-reading chick lit. There are times in […]

Time’s Convert Review with Hisdoryan

Time’s Convert Review with Hisdoryan

Every once in a while, you discover a blogger that you just get. You love what they write about, you love their tone and writing style, and wait on tenterhooks for their next post. Well, that is Hisdoryan for me! And we get along so well […]