• Discussions

    HOW TO MANAGE SCHOOL AND READING?? // because i'm the master of productivity and you should all bow down before me

    This post has been sitting in my drafts for 63866294 years and it’s about time I actually wrote it. But basically, this is my last year of high school and it’s become a must larger challenge to try and balance my reading and blogging life with the amount of school work I have to do, excluding applying to university and just general life stress. So here we are today. I will be drowning in studying for the million exams I’m writing this year so will really have no reading life, so these tips are really just for an average amount of school work. Side note: do I actually use these…

  • Discussions,  Guest post

    CREATING A POWERFUL BRAND FOR YOUR BLOG // guest post by Amy from A Magical World of Words

    Hello. This is my version of actually posting consistently when I have no time. Haha no I’m just kidding. Anyways, this is the first time I’ve ever had someone guest post here on my blog and I’m super happy it was Amy. She’s the first local book blogger I found, and we’ve been friends for a while and is always there to listen to my rants and answer any questions I have. So I hope you love her post, I certainly do and a GIANT thank you to Amy for putting this together < 3 Check out her links below BLOG ~ INSTAGRAM ~ TWITTER ~ FACEBOOK How To Create…

  • Monthly Recaps

    FEBRUARY RECAP // i hosted a readathon & binged a show… who am i??

    Okay, now it’s the time to ask where the year has gone? How is it even February?!?! I didn’t read as much as I could have but I have a reason… Anyways, let’s get into it.   The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo {★★★★☆}: I read this for a readathon I hosted at the beginning of February and I read it in a mere few hours. I loved it from the very first page. It’s such a stunning novel, so empowering and amazing. I just loved it and definitely going to read anything else Elizabeth publishes! The only reason Click here for my Goodreads review. A Thousand Perfect Notes by…

Skip to content