Black, White, and Gray All Over by Frederick Douglass Reynolds feature is here. This book tells the story of Fredrick Reynolds as he recounts his life experiences. In the 1960s, […]
June’s Book Club Pick—Part of Your World by Abby Jimenez Read it later
June’s Book Club Pick—Part of Your World by Abby Jimenez is the book everyone voted to read. I have never read anything by Abby Jimenez, and I cannot wait to […]
Tessa Bailey Summer Romcom Reads I recommend Read it later
Tessa Bailey Summer Romcom Reads I recommend are—It Happened One Summer and Hook, Line, and Sinker. Basically, I discovered these books on bookstagram. All my bookish besties started posting It […]
Dearest Readers Let’s talk Bridgerton! Read it later
Dearest Readers Let’s talk Bridgerton! I have been getting so many messages about Bridgerton, so I wanted to come on here and chat all about both the series on Netflix and the books!
Are you a Sarah J. Maas fan? Read it later
Are you a Sarah J. Maas fan? I definitely am! Admittedly, I didn’t start reading J. Maas until I joined bookstagram. If you’re on there, you already know the HUGE following this author has online. I kept seeing her books on my feed over and over and over.
Brigid Kemmerer did an incredible job of creating a fairytale retelling like no other books I’ve read. The Cursebreaker series starts off with A Curse so Dark and Lonely. We meet Harper, who gets whisked to Emberfalls!
Karen M. McManus books changed my reading world Read it later
First of all, yes, I own every book Karen M. McManus has published. I have even read them more than once. Even though I read a LOT, I read different authors. So for me, owning an entire collection of works from an author is a big deal.
Three historical books I recommend reading Read it later
Three historical books I recommend reading are Cilka’s Journey by Heather Morris, Off the Wild Coast of Brittany by Juliet Blackwell, and Surviving Savannah by Patti Callahan. Find out why you need to read these stories!