Last year I participated in ARC August, hosted by Read.Sleep.Repeat. for the very first time and was able to make a nice dent in my ARC pile. I enjoyed it so much I decided to try again this year. This year I'm pretty sure that pile is even larger than last year's pile, but I've… Continue reading It’s Time for ARC August 2016!
The next two books in my series of Summer Reading Reviews are probably my two favorites so far. One had me in tears by the end, while the other was really difficult to put down (a problem, since I started it on a busy weekend where I didn't have time to just sit and read).… Continue reading Summer Reading: Big Little Lies and Fireflies
Since I'm reading a lot of older books as part of my summer reading list, I decided I probably won't do full-length reviews for each one. Instead, I'll do a series of "Summer Reading Reviews" that look at 2 or 3 of the books I've read at a time. This way, I can share my… Continue reading Introducing Summer Reading Reviews
Unfortunately I didn't get around do writing many posts in June, but I did manage to get a lot of reading done. In fact, I even managed to stick to my summer reading goal for the month, which was pretty surprising even to me since I started the month without about 2 or 3 other… Continue reading Recapping Reads: June in Review
Ever since I was in high school, every summer I would create a list of the books I was looking forward to reading once I had free time and could read whatever I chose (instead of what was assigned to me). More recently, I've discovered that creating those lists on a month basis helps me… Continue reading Summertime = Summer Reading Lists
I've finally gotten back into my usual reading pace, thoguh this will probably still be a shorter post as most of the books I read this month I chose to review individually. I've provided links to those reviews in case your interested in reading more about each one. Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas… Continue reading CJ’s Bookshelf: June Reads
I usually don't like writing reviews of consecutive books in a series, because I feel like I just end up saying the same thing over and over in each review (especially if I like the books) but I'm going to try for the Throne of Glass books, because I really like this series so far -… Continue reading CJ’s Bookshelf: Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas