How to Beat a Reading Slump

Reading slumps happen to the best of us. I’ve been in one since the first of the year, but I’m finally starting to come out of it. Here are few tips that helped me beat a reading slump. Listen to Audiobooks One of the reasons I haven’t been reading as much is because we’re busy. […]

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June 2022 Reading Journal

We have blueberries that start coming in in June and that’s one of my favorite things about summer. So, I decided to do a blueberry theme for my June 2022 reading journal. It’s fun and summery and I’m pretty happy with the way it turned out. I started out drawing blueberries on the bush, but […]

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Sequels I Need to Finish

I haven’t been prioritizing sequels and they’re quickly adding up. I don’t know why I haven’t been picking them up, because I’ve been really excited for them. I think I keep getting distracted by new books to read. But I need to read what I own. So here are a few sequels that I need […]

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June 2022 TBR

It’s June! It’s time to break out the beach reads….or the epic fantasies….whatever works for you. I only have a couple of books on my tbr this month because they’re chunky. So let’s get to my June 2022 TBR. The Name of the Wind Synopsis: My name is Kvothe. I have stolen princesses back from […]

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May 2022 Wrap Up

So, I’m a day late with my wrap up post because……well…..I didn’t realize May had ended. A lot of stuff happened in May, but it still felt like it flew by. But it was a good reading month. I finally feel like I’m out of my slump. And I read a lot of books that […]

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Book Spotlight: Saving Thomas

Today I want to take a minute to spotlight a wonderful indie book called Saving Thomas. If you love a good historical mystery, you might want to check this one out. about the Book If a grief-stricken reporter is to save his career and find redemption, he must uncover why the village hermit he betrayed […]

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Back to the Bookish Basics

Saturday we took my mom to Kennesaw, Georgia to celebrate her birthday. While we were there I ran into a Goodwill to get a picture frame I needed for a project. This Goodwill had a particularly large book section, so I decided to check it out. That’s where I came across this battered mass market […]

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Gallant Review

I was hesitant to pick up Gallant, because I’ve had mixed feelings on V.E. Schwab’s work in the past. But I saw it at E. Shaver in Savannah, and I had to get it. I’m glad I took a chance on it because I had a lot of fun reading it. And I know it’s […]

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Old Wounds Review

I’m normally not a short story reader, but I’m trying to expand my reading taste. When the author reached out about Old Wounds, I decided to give it a try. So let’s get into my review. Old Wounds is a collection of 15 crime stories that twist and turn through every page. Each story involves […]

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