Tunnel of Bones: A Review

Tunnel of Bones by Victoria Schwab My rating: 5 of 5 stars I loved this sequel to City of Bones. It's a middle-grade book written by Victoria Schwab, my favorite author. While I don't normally read middle-grade, I know I've liked everything written by her, so I will probably read anything written by her (I… Continue reading Tunnel of Bones: A Review

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Why Is This Still Happening?

I did a series on my blog called Continuing the Conversation about Pregnancy and Infant Loss. As I would research articles online about recent conversations on this topic, I started noticing a trend. A lot of these posts online would start out with "We don't talk about (miscarriage, infertility, etc) very much." Even though 1… Continue reading Why Is This Still Happening?

My 5 Star Summer Reads

I read about 18 books this summer. I didn't want to put all of the reviews on my blog because that would be a bit of an overkill. Plus, I have a September TBR list that will surely take up the normal review spots on my blog. But! I did read a few amazing books… Continue reading My 5 Star Summer Reads

What I Did On My Summer Vacation

I'm back! Not quite one hundred percent, like I'm not feeling the blogging bug like I have in the past, but the desire to write again is coming back. Slowly. This summer was absolutely crazy in both good and bad ways. More good than bad, but all crazy. My world was upended and continued to… Continue reading What I Did On My Summer Vacation

Thriving in May

Other than those pesky allergies, we managed to stay pretty healthy this month! As far as my plans, here is how April went: I am going to be honest with you. I didn't like doing the reading journal. It was hard to incorporate it into my day because I read literally whenever I have time.… Continue reading Thriving in May

May TBR

I'm taking a bit of a break this month, which I will talk about later this week, but I still have a TBR list that I'm hoping to accomplish. Elantris by Brandon Sanderson. This author has been all over my feeds for the last year. I purchased this book a while ago, but had so… Continue reading May TBR