Hey there, demons. It’s me,
ya boi ya girl, back with wrapping up her September TBR and sharing her October reading plans.
This is not Buzzfeed Unsolved, Taasia.
But it kind of fits because it’s the ~ spooky season ~??
It’s going to be a fun month because October is ya girl’s birthday! (I’m typing this the day before my birthday) and I’m just hoping it’s going to be a great day, okay.
I don’t know. I’m actually a mess.
Anyways, back to business and what you actually came here for.
Continue reading “October Reading Plans – My Birthday Month (!!!) My, Mixed September TBR Wrap Up + My Laid Back October TBR”
So, today I turned 17??
And I am … genuinely confused, because, you see,
Mentally and physically. Like, if you met me you would think I look seven or something.
Also, I love this meme so much.
Continue reading “I’m Turning 17?? // (Incoherently) Talking about 17 Books That Marked My Reader Life (+ some of my favourite books that you need to read ASAP OKAY)”
September has come and gone, and with that, we have only 3 months in 2019.
HOW. I am actually in shock.
Even though I have traditionally always loved Septembers, this one was an alright one, and I am far, far more excited for October. And not for the reasons you think.
I’m sorry this is coming like 2-3 hours later than my regular posting time, but at least it’s here? I’m going to try and be more on time with my posts and do lots of scheduling.
Continue reading “September ’19 Wrap Up // The One Where I Am Dying From School, Read A Bunch, And I Am (Extremely) Excited For October!!”
I’m back with all my thoughts and opinions of books that I’ve recently read!
The second half of the month was a WILD ride (in terms of reading) because I really tried to get ahead of my goal to read 150 books, because hello, I just like overachieving I guess!
And grab a snack or a drink or whatever, because there is a lot of books in this post today.
More specifically, nine books.
I am deeply, deeply sorry.
And I mean it.
October is coming, and with that, so does my October bujo set up.
Oh my god someone stop this girl.
Since I don’t want to be posting my BuJo plan with me’s in the middle of the month constantly, I’ve decided to have a more normal posting schedule and post it before the next month starts!
Let’s see how this is gonna work, lmao.
I’m actually so excited for October and really loved my bujo setup this month, and I hope you do too!
Continue reading “I Have A BuJo Spread I Actually Love? // My October 2019 Plan With Me (Moon Phase)”
Well hello there.
Sorry that I pulled a little disappearing act here on the blog this week, but honestly, school is KILLING ME with lots of work and I am barely surviving and thus, couldn’t make time to blog last week, which SUCKED.
This post was supposed to go up on Wednesday, but here we are.
So since it passed the mid point of the month, I’m meant to post my next installment of my Recent Reads feature. Because of my neurotic-ness, I really want to get to 150 books this year, which means reading 12+ books each month.
And since I know that reading 12 books in a school month is highly unrealistic, I decided to use the short stories I’m using in English to add to my Goodreads challenge. They’re all under 15 pages, so it could be classed as cheating, but I really don’t think so (or care about it that much, in all honesty).
In this installment, we’re talking about five books I read in the beginning of the month.
Without further ado, here are some of my thoughts on the books I recently read!
Continue reading “I’m Reading Short Stories and Using Them For My Goodreads Challenge, What Of It: Recent Reads #5”
If you know anything about me and my reading: you know that I love contemporaries, I love readathons and I love making TBR posts.
For some reason.
Hence, it is to the surprise of absolutely no one that the contemporary-a-thon is one of my favourite readathons, and that I really try and participate every round. However, I was super close to skipping this round because of school commitments and all, but my neurotic, contemporary-a-thon loving self would not have that.
So I’m going to do my best to participate in that, while trying not to die from school and keeping it fairly chill. I don’t expect to read that much, but I am hoping I can squeeze quite a few books in!
This readathon is hosted by the wonderful Chelsea @ Chelsea Dolling Reads, Melanie @ Mel To The Any, Julie @ Pages and Pens, and Natasha @ My Reading Is Odd, and will be hosted from Monday, the 23rd of September to Sunday, the 29th of September.
I am EXCITED.
On to the books!
Continue reading “My Very Late, Very Unrealistic Contemporary-a-thon Round 5 TBR // aka I want an excuse to write a TBR post + I shoutout some of my favourite people in the community <3”