Month: June 2021

June 2021 Wrap-up: So Many Books, So Little Time… Except Not Really

last day of June! Summer is passing way too quickly, and I can’t decide whether I’m excited for school to start again or if I’d rather have summer last forever.

The Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag | 2021

When will everyone realize that the middle of the year falls at the very end of June/the very beginning of July, and not the middle of June? I don’t know, but it won’t stop me from posting all my mid-year reading stuff whenever in the summer I feel like it.

The Outstanding Blogger Award #2 | I Procrastinated

I’m back again with the procrastinated blogging awards! Honestly I’m not sure why it took me so long to do these, but I’m sorry. I was nominated for this one in November and now it’s JUNE. Thank you to Cherelle @ A Bolt out of the Book for nominating me for the Outstanding Blogger Award!

My Midyear Reading Progress Check | How I Track My Reading

How do you keep track of your reading progress?
I’ve always used Goodreads, but this year I also decided to track my reading via a spreadsheet, like the nerd that I am. I tracked four different metrics: book genre, book “age group”, and format I read it in.

Recommending Books From My Most-Read Genres | Favorite YA and Adult Fiction

I read MANY different types of books. I’ve never been one to limit myself to a single genre, and I often find myself bouncing back and forth between several different favorites. Today, I decided to share some of my favorite books across the genre spectrum, because I’m sure that’s what you 100% definitely want to read right now.

5 Shocking Short Stories That Will Send Shivers Up Your Spine

Short stories are CRIMINALLY underrated. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever written about short stories on this blog. I do read them sometimes, but definitely not as often as I read full-length novels. But I don’t think they get enough appreciation.

I Deleted Snapchat During the Peak of the Pandemic: Now It’s Been Six Months

Last December, I felt completely alone. In the U.S., cases were skyrocketing and I hadn’t left my house for weeks, even to go outside. I’d stopped going to my extracurriculars a while ago as the pandemic ramped up, and school was still online. Though it was my favorite month of the year, even Christmas music couldn’t cheer me up.