All, Miscellaneous, Other Bookishness

MISC: Tree’s 2020 Reading Stats

So as you may or may not know, I'm in graduate school which means I like data and charts and finding weird patterns in stuff. So I get weirdly excited about my reading spreadsheet and sharing any conclusions I can draw from my reading.  Here is my post from 2019 in case you're interested? Idk why… Continue reading MISC: Tree’s 2020 Reading Stats

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2021 Bookish Resolutions

Happy 2021! We miraculously made it to a new year, so we should probably make some new bookish resolutions. You can check out our goals from 2020 here. Wishing you all a Happy New Year! We hope 2021 is fabulous & full of fantastic reads! BREE: Last year's goals ended up being a mixed bag,… Continue reading 2021 Bookish Resolutions

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FAVORITE READS OF THE MONTH: December

Wishing you all the best in the new year (and the best of luck with your TBRs)! Happy 2021! We consume so many books in a month, that we don’t always get the chance to talk about all of our favorites. So, we’ve decide to set aside a monthly post specifically for talking about our… Continue reading FAVORITE READS OF THE MONTH: December

Blogmas, Themed Posts

BLOGMAS DAY NINE: Books That Surprised Me

2020 has been a year full of surprises, most them them, not great. You would think, nothing would surprise me at this point. But, still some books managed to surprise me. My favorite books are the ones that I have no expectations for that BLOW ME AWAY. I love going into a story and hitting… Continue reading BLOGMAS DAY NINE: Books That Surprised Me

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BOOK TAG: Julie & the Phantoms Bookish Tag

You ever have a book or a tv show that comes into your life at the exact right moment and then sort of take over your life? Well that is what Julie and the Phantoms did to me. I've read the fan fiction, I've seen the memes, I have a DM group with some bookstagrammers… Continue reading BOOK TAG: Julie & the Phantoms Bookish Tag

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BOOK REVIEW: How to Fail at Flirting [Blog Tour]

How to Fail at Flirting by Denise WilliamsPublication Date: December 1, 2020 As a disclaimer, I read this one super quickly and was partly like in a haze for half of it, so maybe it is not as good as I am remembering, but I had such a fun time with this one that I… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: How to Fail at Flirting [Blog Tour]

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FAVORITE READS OF THE MONTH: November

2020 is almost over! Just one month left to squeeze in all the books we *cough* "forgot" to read. Let the speed reading begin. We consume so many books in a month, that we don’t always get the chance to talk about all of our favorites. So, we’ve decide to set aside a monthly post… Continue reading FAVORITE READS OF THE MONTH: November

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BOOK REVIEW: Plain Bad Heroines

Plain Bad Heroines by Emily M. Danforth Publication Date: October 20, 2020 I typically would write out my own synopsis of a book I am reviewing, but I have been terrible at summarizing a book in a way that actually would make you want to pick it up lol, so here is the Goodreads summary:… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Plain Bad Heroines

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MINI REVIEWS: Books I Reviewed on Instagram But Not On the Blog – YA Books Edition

Are these Mini Review titles getting out of hand yet? I started posting more extensive book reviews on Bookstagram this year. This is in part me trying to reinvent my Bookstagram content since I've been on the platform forever, but also I got rid of monthly mini reviews on the blog and sometimes just want… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: Books I Reviewed on Instagram But Not On the Blog – YA Books Edition

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MINI REVIEWS: YA Books with Elections!

I studied political science in college and reading books that discuss politics is something I love I also love reading books and watching TV shows with heavy election plots. Shoutout to my faves The West Wing and Red, White & Royal Blue. However, often fictional elections are more fun than real elections. Today is the… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: YA Books with Elections!