TBR: What I’m Reading in June 2019

Another month, another TBR! I’m really excited for so many of these, as a majority of them are recommended by my friends whose opinions I value a lot in the bookish community. I’ve grabbed a bunch of books I’ve wanted to read for awhile, and have owned, but haven’t gotten to – and I’m super … Continue reading

Tuesday Tag: The A – Z Book Tag

I’m going to be combing through old book tags from blogs to do these, even if I wasn’t tagged in them at the time, ’cause they’re fun and I have no shame. 😂   The A – Z Book Tag   a | author you’ve read the most books from: Christopher Pike, without a doubt! … Continue reading

Book Review – Stirring the Sheets by Chad Lutzke

Title: Stirring the Sheets Author: Chad Lutzke Edition: Paperback Page Count: 130 pages Rating:  5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary: An elderly funeral home worker, struggling with the loss of his wife, finds an unnatural attraction to a corpse at work resembling his late bride in her younger years. A story of desperation, loneliness and … Continue reading

Monthly Wrap-Up: January

I’m a little late with this, but better late than never, right? Not always, but it’ll do here. 😛 I didn’t read as many books number-wise as I planned to this month, but with one of the books I did read being over 1,000 pages, I’m still happy with what I made my way through. … Continue reading

Top 10 Books of the Year: Read In but Published Before 2018

  I definitely meant to post this last month, but time gets away from me sometimes! I already shared a list of the Best Books I Read Published in 2018 – so here’s my list of fav books from last year that were published before 2018. 😀   1) MISERY by Stephen King Link to Goodreads | My … Continue reading

Monthly Wrap-Up: December

I read 17 books in the month of December! This was a really strong way to end out the year – and I gave almost everything above 4 stars, so the quality was just as good as the quantity. Check out my full book wrap-up below, and please feel free to comment and share links … Continue reading