Why I Have Been Gone For Months

HI POTATO MINIONS. I’m back, alive and kicking after… 5? 6 months? Anyway, I’ve been super invested in my personal life recently that I haven’t been reading, or blogging, or being part of this community (which is the saddest part, really). So today I’m going to try to justify my absence and make up for […]

Review: Call Me, Maybe by Ellie Cahill

I would describe Call Me, Maybe with the words typical, ordinary, and boring. This book was one that I was INCREDIBLY looking forward to, having read and adored three of Cahill’s previous works. I know her as an author who’ll surely make me smile with a quick, fun and emotional romance read, but this time around, I was pretty […]

Must Follow Bookstagrammers #2

As y’all know, I am OBSESSED with bookstagram. I mean, who doesn’t love staring at all those gorgeous bookish aesthetics? And discovering so much booknerdy talent!? So I’m back with more super fab accounts for you to follow–you can find part one right here!

The Book Boyfriend Criteria

If you know me at all, then you’d know that I’m a hopeless romantic. And if you follow me on social media, you’ll probably know of this “You can never have too many fictional crushes” bookworm merch design I have for sale, and how much I believe in this.

5 Holiday Reading Moods

Ah, the holidays–the perfect time to get some reading done! Or are they, really? Well, it actually depends on your mood at the time. As an incredibly moody person in general, I do have a lot of different moods during the holidays–some perfect for reading, and others, not so much. I’m guessing at least some […]

ARC Review: The Lies About Truth by Courtney C. Stevens

I officially dub Courtney C. Stevens as “The Queen of Hitting Me Right in the Feels.” It’s a mouthful, but it’s totally appropriate. I’m not even exaggerating, guys–I’ve read both of her novels and they are both AMAZING and gorgeous and emotional and just deserve all the asdfghjkls your keyboard can possibly handle. There are […]

Do You Support Authors Whose Books You Didn’t Like?

If there’s one question I’m really curious about, it’s this one. I know a handful of people who don’t want to “support” authors if they didn’t like their books, and a few others who would. Today, I’m going to talk about why some people do support them, and why some people don’t. I’m also going […]