I'm just a bookish girl living in her bookish world. With my sidekick, She-Ra.
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Blogs I Follow
- The Book Vixen - A Romance Book Blog
- Romance Novels for Feminists
- Ramblings on Romance Etcetera, Etcetera
- Read React Review
- Pretty Terrible
- Books, Books and more Books
- Book Fare Delights
- Smexy Books
- Cuddlebuggery Book Blog
- Book Binge
- The Misadventures Of Super Librarian
- Impressions of a Reader...
Monthly Archives: January 2017
Wena and I teamed up again for a buddy review and this time we chose to read Hollywood Dirt by Alessandra Torre. You can read our buddy review here: LINK
I never know what to say from week to week. I survived? LOL I had a lot of meetings for work this week and it exhausted me. I’m an introvert and all the people really drained me. I can tell … Continue reading
I went back to work on Monday after being off for 2 weeks.By day 2 I was fully immersed back into the stress of everything. But I recognized it and for the rest of the week I did a better … Continue reading
I’ve decided to join Wendy’s TBR Challenge this year. My TBR pile is legendary from back in the day and despite embracing ebooks like a long lost lover, I’ve still been buying print books. I could probably make a tiny … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I’ve done a WiR and it is a goal of mine to blog more regularly so I’ll be posting every Sunday moving forward. I’ve been on vacation for the last 2 weeks and it was … Continue reading
For those who know me there is no question what my top read of 2016 is. So I’m going to start with that. Because this book isn’t just my top read for 2016, it has quickly skyrocketed to my favorite … Continue reading
Look at me! Three posts into 2017 already. LOL Today I want to redirect you to a buddy review Wena and I did of Kristen Callihan’s Managed, book 2 in her VIP series. Read our review HERE on Wena’s blog. .
I like to look back at my reading year and since I’m a bit of a nerd, I have to share with the world. haha I read a total of 124 books in 2016. Here’s a nice chart that shows … Continue reading