August Wrap-Up / September TBR

Oh, August. I wasn't a particular fan of you. I slumped hard this month with blogging and then I put myself into a funk where I didn't even want to touch books. So, this girl that usually binge reads loads actually had a tame book reading month. A lot of real life stuff caught up … Continue reading August Wrap-Up / September TBR

July Wrap-Up / August TBR

Julyyyyyyyyyy. I don't know what this month was. It felt super fast but also super slow? It doesn't feel like it should be the end because it didn't feel like July period. Anyway, enough about my deep and boring thoughts about July. Let's get to what matters: the books, the books, and...okay, probably more books … Continue reading July Wrap-Up / August TBR

Mandy’s Story Behind the Story: The Maze

Mandy is back with yet another elusive blogging series that she has created but then promptly does nothing with. DID WE EVER THINK THIS WOULD APPEAR AGAIN? No, but it has, and we're all going to pretend to be mildly okay with this. Shall we refresh what this thing actually is? Most stories have stories … Continue reading Mandy’s Story Behind the Story: The Maze

June Wrap-Up / July TBR

Our first month of summer is done here in the North Hemisphere, and I'm now deep in the summer book feels. JUST HAND ME ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL THE YA CONTEMPORARIES AND MAYBE SOME GHOSTIES/THRILLERS, AND YOU WILL HAVE A PLEASED BOOK PRINCESS. Overall, it was a month of ups and downs and at least a lot of … Continue reading June Wrap-Up / July TBR

Ways You Tell You’re In a Blogging Slump

You might have noticed that Mandy's been a bit quiet lately on the blogging scene. No regular blog hopping, no answering comments in a timely manner, disappearing from certain social media platforms...Mandy has ghosted a bit, and that's because the dreaded blogging slump has occurred. In the past, I can see a blogging slump coming … Continue reading Ways You Tell You’re In a Blogging Slump

Everyone We’ve Been by Sarah Everett

Goodreads / Amazon / Barnes and Noble Addison Sullivan has been in an accident. In its aftermath, she has memory lapses and starts talking to a boy that no one else can see. It gets so bad that she’s worried she’s going crazy. Addie takes drastic measures to fill in the blanks and visits a … Continue reading Everyone We’ve Been by Sarah Everett