Blog Tour Review: Everything I Knew to be True by Rayna York

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Happy Friday, everyone! I am super excited to be a part of the blog tour for Everything I Knew to be True by Rayna York! I thoroughly enjoyed this lovely contemporary romance, perfect for fans of Love & Gelato and The Moment We Fell. The story follows Cassie, a girl sent to live with a friend of her mother’s, whom she never even knew existed. She is thrust into a world completely foreign to her, but she learns to live and love with new people and a new home. I look forward to sharing my thoughts on Everything I Knew to be True! Continue reading


Mid-Year Freak Out Book Tag 2019

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I’m pretty sure I say this every year I do this tag, but… How are we halfway through the year already?? Plus, I am way late to the party this year with the Mid-Year Freak Out Book Tag! I always love looking back to see what I’ve read, as I tend to forget a lot of it! Anyways, I have been super behind on blogging lately, and I’ve been in a bit of a reading slump, but I’m excited for the 2019 Mid-Year freak out! Continue reading

Cover Reveal: 15 Days With You by Ara Grigorian

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Happy Thursday, everyone! I am super excited to be a part of the cover reveal for 15 Days With You by Ara Grigorian! I was really drawn to this book because it reminded me of several books I have read lately, including Love & Gelato, The Moment We Fell, and Everything I knew to be True. They all involve a teenager who is sent to live with someone they never knew in a place they’ve never been, where they ultimately end up finding a piece of themselves they didn’t know was missing. Anyways, I am excited to share the cover for 15 Days With You! Continue reading

Blog Tour Review: The Moment We Fell by Kelli Warner

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Happy Friday everyone! Today I am participating in a blog tour for The Moment We Fell by Kelli Warner! This wonderful contemporary story focuses on Paige, a dancer, and her experiences moving in with a father she never knew and a friendship with a boy her father disapproves of. This story is full of deep, emotional characters and a lovely Oregon setting, perfect for fans of Love & Gelato. Here you will find my review and a information about a giveaway hosted by the author, Kelli Warner! Continue reading

Thank You, Next Book Tag

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Hello, and happy Saturday! I am finally done with school, and am getting settled into a summer routine. This means I will hopefully have more time for reading and blogging in the near future! Until then, I am catching up on some tags! Ash at Once Upon a Bookshelf tagged me for the Thank You, Next book tag back in April, and I am excited to finally get to it! Be sure to check out her blog, too! Continue reading

Top 10 Books on my Spring 2019 TBR

Happy Tuesday! Today I’m back with another Top Ten Tuesday post, hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s prompt is books on your spring TBR. These seasonal TBR prompts are actually some of my favorite TTT posts to write, as they help me to stop, think, and prioritize some of the books I want to read in the near future. Though I don’t always follow through with my plans, I still enjoy making them! Here are my top ten books I would like to read this spring! Continue reading

Top 10 Standalones that Need a Sequel


Happy Tuesday, everyone! I have not been very active on here lately due to school, but I have a break and have several posts planned. Anyways, it’s time for another Top Ten Tuesday post hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl! This week’s topic is standalone books that need a sequel. I had to do a little digging for this topic, as it seems like the majority of books are part of a series these days. Though, I have found some wonderful books that definitely need a sequel! Continue reading

I Heart Characters: A Beloved Sibling

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Happy Thursday! Today I am participating in I Heart Characters, hosted by Dani at Perspective of a Writer. I have written one post with this weekly meme before, but it has been a long while. I really like Dani’s idea of sharing character love, especially for us readers who are very character driven! I hope to be able to participate more this year (We’ll see what school has to say about that) and be able to share some wonderful characters! This week’s prompt was A Beloved Sibling, and immediately I thought of Joey from A Thousand Perfect Notes by C.G. Drews! Continue reading