The world is scary and complicated right now, but at least we still have books, right? April has quite a few new releases that I'm really looking forward to. And for some reason, almost all of them are coming out on April 7th! Like many people, I'm not financially secure enough to run out and… Continue reading The April Book Releases That I’m Most Excited About
2019 was a great reading year for me. A couple of these books have become all-time favorites of mine, and I'm looking forward to reading them over and over again. It was hard to narrow this list down to ten books, so here are my top 15 books of 2019. 15. $2.00 a Day: Living on Almost… Continue reading The Best Books I Read in 2019
As I mentioned in a previous post, today is the one year anniversary of Read Yourself Happy. As part of the celebrations, I wanted to share the top ten best and worst books I've read and discovered in the first year of my book blogging journey. Here are the ten best books I've read in my… Continue reading The Best Books I’ve Read in One Year of Book Blogging
As I mentioned in a previous post, today is the one year anniversary of Read Yourself Happy. As part of the celebrations, I wanted to share the top ten best and worst books I've read and discovered in the first year of my book blogging journey. Let's start with the ten worst books I've read, so… Continue reading The Worst Books I’ve Read in One Year of Book Blogging
We're officially halfway through 2019, which I'm still having trouble believing! This book tag has been making its rounds throughout the book community, and I love reminiscing about all the books I've read so far, so of course, I was going to participate! Let's get right to it! WHAT IS THE BEST BOOK THAT YOU’VE… Continue reading Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag!
Last week, we talked to Tori. This week, we're revisiting Becca. This post was originally published on October 5, 2018. Tell us a bit about yourself! I've always been a book nerd so it was no surprise that I became an English teacher. When most people find out that I'm an English teacher, they picture… Continue reading Becca: Friday Favorites
Now that recreational marijuana is legal in nine states, weed is becoming more mainstream. April 20th, or 420 as enthusiasts refer to it, is a day that celebrates weed culture. What began with some teenagers meeting at 4:20 PM behind their high school has become embraced by a number of people who enjoy getting a… Continue reading Puff Puff Pass: 10 Books About Marijuana for 420
I've written about my issues with anxiety and depression on this blog before, but I want to talk about a specific problem that arose out of my depression that I wasn't aware of until recently. I'm a bit ashamed of it, but I'm proud of myself for being aware of the issue so that I… Continue reading When Love of Literature Becomes Book Buying Obsession
The longlist for the 2019 Man Booker International Prize was released today, and there are some great titles to add to your TBR. Before we get into those books though, I want to point out a few cool things about this year's list. First, only two of these novels are from large conglomerate publishing houses;… Continue reading The 2019 Man Booker International Longlist
It's Tuesday, which means new book release day! There are so many coming out today, of which the titles below are just a small percentage. As always, the synopses are courtesy of the publisher. What books are you most excited about this week? Let me know in the comments! Kingdom of Copper (The Daevabad Trilogy #2) by… Continue reading New Releases for January 22, 2019
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Here is a list of books that I'm currently reading: Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi City of Ghosts by Victoria Schwab Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson Tales from the Warming by Lorin R. Robinson The Dark Unwinding by Sharon Cameron Structuring Your Novel by K.M. Weiland (because, yes I am!) various… Continue reading Should You Read Multiple Books At Once?