This quarantine feels like a never ending road trip, only we're not going anywhere cool, I've seen the same stretch of highway with the same trees a million times, and we ran out of snacks forever ago. It's got me asking are we there yet?! No. No we are not there yet. While states are … Continue reading Mom, Are We There Yet?
I am currently enjoying A Life in the Law: Advice for Your Lawyers, Legal Ethics Stories, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Supplement, Contracts...kidding. I'm definitely not reading those for fun. But I am ~technically~ reading them for school. But that's not why you're here. You're here for the juicy romcom, sci-fi, young adult weirdness … Continue reading What I Read in 2019
It's been a whiiiiiile since I did one of these posts. I know I did many many many of them when I first started the blog, but then they tapered off as I decided to write about other things. Let's get started! I read 33 books in 2018. Ready for a rapid fire list? Let's … Continue reading Reading Recap
This week's and next week's blog posts will be on the shorter side because it's exam season. Best of luck to everyone studying their butts off (and thanks to those procrastinating by reading my blog)
Back at the end of July I went shopping with my friend DeAnna in Downtown Asheville, North Carolina. We visited one of my favorite bookstores named Malaprops. They have an entire wall dedicated to "Blind Date" books. Each novel is wrapped in brown packaging paper and instead of having a title or author written on … Continue reading Blind Date With a Book – Title Reveal
Being the lovable bookworm that I am, I tend to indulge in bookstores way more than I should. Case in point: Malaprop's Bookstore and Cafe in Asheville, North Carolina. One shelf in Malaprop's, an independent, quirky bookstore, is reserved for something called "Blind Date With a Bookseller." The books are wrapped individually in brown packaging paper. … Continue reading Blind Date With a Book
Sadly, I have but two meager weeks left of my summer. And guess what? I'm sick. Or, rather, I have some form of heat exhaustion that won't go away. Being a lifeguard will do that to you, I suppose. But the great thing about being sort-of sick during summer is that no one questions me … Continue reading A Playlist for the Week