Monthly TBR

March 2020 TBR

Remember that one time where I said I was going to take a month off to rediscover my love for books and video games, feel safe in my space again, pull myself out of the horrible reading slump February put me in, and take that month to catch a breath and start fresh? Yeah…me either!

Salutations friends! If that introduction was any clue, I have done it once again! Back in the middle of February I made an announcement to all my friends I do buddy reads with that I was taking the month of March off. No buddy reads, a small tbr, feeling good and safe in my space again, and coming back in April feeling refreshed. Things didn’t go as I planned. Basically, I have a full March TBR and a Backlist Readathon TBR for the month of March. I talked about this in my February Wrap Up, February was (is) my worst month so far for 2020. A lot of things happened in my personal life that really affected me and there were a few things in the book community that really took a toll on me as well. I never voiced it, I never talked about it with my friends, but I will be making another post on my blog going into a little more detail. Essentially, a few people in the book community came into my space and was harassing me about a certain arc that I had received from a publisher. February ended with me feeling very unsafe in the book community, second guessing my reviewing process, and really put me in a negative head space. So I’m really nervous about having a ambitious tbr for the month of March and about a lot of things right now.

In total, I have nine books on my tbr for the month of March with two new releases that I’m hoping to get to. It’s pretty big and pretty ambitious especially since I’m very aware of the number of pages for each book. It’s a lot of pages, but I really, really want to get to most of these books. Some of these books are anticipated reads and I’m really hoping that one of these books, if not the majority, pull me out of this reading slump and remind me how much I love escaping into other worlds. So, without any further delays or going off on a random tangent, here is my March TBR. Enjoy!

🌸 Well Met (Well Met, #1) by Jen DeLuca

September 3rd, 2019 by Berkley

🌸 Winterwood by Shea Ernshaw

November 5th, 2019 by Simon Pulse

🌸 If I Never Met You by Mhairi McFarlane

March 24th, 2020 by William Morrow Paperbacks

🌸 The Duchess Deal (Girl Meets Duke, #1) by Tessa Dare

August 22nd, 2017 by Avon

🌸 Fix Her Up (Hot & Hammered, #1) by Tessa Bailey

June 11th, 2019 by Avon

🌸 Credence by Penelope Douglas

January 13th, 2020 by Penelope Douglas LLC

🌸 Tigers, Not Daughters by Samantha Mabry

March 24th, 2020 by Algonquin Young Readers

🌸 House of Earth and Blood (Crescent City, #1) by Sarah J. Maas

March 3rd, 2020 by Bloomsbury Publishing

I can’t believe this is my TBR for the month of March! I’m excited, I’m nervous and anxious, and I just really want to read all of them this month. March is certainly going to be a wild and chaotic month, reading wise and I’m kind of here for it. But that is everything for my March TBR, I hope your tbr is just as wild and chaotic as mine. Plus, I’m super excited for the release of Tigers, Not Daughters by Samantha Mabry! I have been telling so many readers about this book that I’m sure they’re sick of me talking about about it. Please feel free to tell me down below some of the books you want to read for March or if you read any of these books, come tell me your thoughts! Until next time Chapterlings, may March be kind to us all, I love you! πŸ’š


Wrap Ups

February 2020 Wrap Up

Salutations Chapterlings! February has finally come to an end which means a new wrap up has finally arrived! I’m not going to lie, February was a really rough month for my mental health. There were a lot of things happening in my personal life that really took a toll on my reading. It became so bad that I ended up ‘dnfing’ a buddy read book and I didn’t get the chance to read two other books that I wanted to read in the month of February. My heart is a little bit crushed because I know I could have read at least one of those two books, but I reached a point where I was forcing myself to read. To which, in doing just that I caused even more strain on my mental health. So February really wasn’t the best month for me. And even now as we move into March, I’m still not in the best head-space, I’m trying to find the best way to be okay and move forward to happier and brighter things.

However, exciting and new things are coming to my blog! We are moving into spring and I wanted to spice things up a bit! So a new theme will finally be arriving onto my blog to welcome in the start of the spring season. I may also be introducing a new article to my blogged called “Weekly Check-In” to update on my reading, things that I’m up to, and just a place to chit-chat with all of you. I also have an exciting haul currently in the works that will hopefully be coming to the blog soon so make sure you keep your eyes open for that! So, lots of new things coming to the blog and lots of things in the works that will hopefully be coming sooner rather than later!

Enough of the updates, let’s talk about books! I only read three books in the month of February. Two YA Fantasy books and one Contemporary graphic novel. Even though this wasn’t my strongest reading month for 2020, I’m still glad that I got the chance to read the three books that I did. As always, my reviews for these books are linked down below if you wanted to check out my thoughts on each individual book.

πŸ’• A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer | ⭐⭐⭐

πŸ’• Heartstopper: Volume Three (Heartstopper, #3) by Alice Oseman | ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

πŸ’• The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones | ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Okay, readers! That covers all the books I read in the month of February! Thank you for sticking around enough for my chit-chat and updates, and to check out the reviews for these books. I’m hoping that I will have more books read and more amazing things to share with you. March in the month of anticipated releases and reads. Feel free to tell me down in the comments below how your reading month was and some of the books you were able to read, I would love to hear about. And until next time, may March bring lots of good reads, I love you! πŸ’—


Book Hauls

Book Out Haul | Boxing Day Got Me!

Salutations Chapterlings! It feels like it’s been a hot minute since I brought a book haul to you especially from BookOutlet! I believe the last BookOutlet I had for you was a Black Friday sale haul that came super late. However, this haul came even later because who doesn’t love throwing themselves down the rabbit hole of great BookOutlet sales when there’s a long processing time? Me, the answer is me. I ordered these books back in December and just got them around mid-January. I have been patiently waiting for my books to arrive and I’m happy to announce they’re here! It’s even more important because one of these books is a buddy read and a book I have been greatly anticipating especially since I read The Bone Houses and fell in love!

However, there are some really great books in this haul that I have heard many things of and have seen many readers rave about. Am I excited? Yes. Am I currently plotting all the ways I can work these books into my reading for 2020? Yes. More importantly, I just can’t contain my excitement because the synopses of these books sound like they’re right up my reading alley. Plus, one of these books has dragons and I’m all about dragons! Anyway, without any further delays, here is my Boxing Day BookOutlet haul! Enjoy!

❄️ The Dogs of Christmas by W. Bruce Cameron

❄️ Furthermore (Furthermore, #1) by Tahereh Mafi

❄️ The Lantern’s Ember by Colleen Houck

❄️ American Panda by Gloria Chao

❄️ The Light Between Worlds by Laura E. Weymouth

❄️ The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones

❄️ Sawkill Girls by Claire Legrand

❄️ The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

❄️ Onyx and Ivory (Rime Chronicles #1) by Mindee Arnett

❄️ Forest of a Thousand Lanterns (Rise of the Empress #1) by Julie C. Dao

Okay, friends! I hope you enjoyed seeing the books I snatched up during Boxing Day! I am so excited and currently researching all the readathons coming up this year to work these into my year of reading. I also hope you found some books that interested you too! But please feel free to share with me in the comments below any books you picked up on Boxing Day or tell me below if any of these books caught your attention! Until next time friends, may February bring you many great books, lots of reading, I love you! πŸ’™


Monthly TBR

February 2020 TBR

Salutation friends! Okay! I thought I was going to be done with overdoing it with my TBRs in 2020, but apparently I just can’t help myself! February is going to be wild and my schedule is going to be jam packed. So I’m going to be pretty busy especially with my family coming to visit. It’s going to be crazy, but I will hopefully be getting to all these books this month. It’s going to be wild, it’s going to be fun, and I can’t wait to read all of these books!

February is also Black History Month in the United States, and I always want to boost ownvoices Black books and media, but I especially want to boost Black voices for February! And some amazing creators have made the Β BlackathonΒ (hosted byΒ Francina,Β Lauren, &Β Jesse!). So if you haven’t checked out that readathon yet, please do! While I’m not participating in the readathon this year, I have made sure that I included a few books with characters of color or have been written by authors of color, or both!

πŸ’— February TBR πŸ’—

πŸ’— Get A Life Chloe Brown (The Brown Sisters #1) by Talia Hibbert

November 5th, 2019 by Avon

πŸ’— Yes No Maybe So by Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed

February 4th, 2020 by Balzer + Bray

πŸ’— Wicked As You Wish (A Hundred Names for Magic #1) by Rin Chupeco

March 3rd, 2020 by Sourcebooks Fire

πŸ’— If I Never Met You by Mhairi McFarlane

March 4th, 2020 by William Marrow Paperbacks

πŸ’— Buddy Reads πŸ’—

πŸ’— The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones

August 8th, 2017 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

Buddy Read with Kayla at Books and Blends

πŸ’— The Guinevere Deception (Camelot Rising #1) by Kiersten White

November 5th, 2019 by Delacorte Press

Buddy Read with Drew, Lori, & Kat

πŸ’— A Curse So Dark and Lonely (Cursebreakers #1) by Brigid Kemmerer

January 29th, 2019 by Bloomsbury YA

Buddy Read with Donna at Moms Book Collection

Yeah, I think that about covers it! I’m so excited for this month and this month’s books to be read! I can’t wait to read these books and I’m even more excited to share my thoughts with all of you! But let me know in the comments below some of the books you’re hoping to read this month and what readathons you’re participating in! Until next time friends, may February be a month full of great books, I love you! πŸ’•


Wrap Ups

January 2020 Wrap Up

Salutations friends! Today I’m bringing you my January Wrap Up! I wish I could say I read everything I wanted to read in the month of January, but life happens and sometimes we don’t get to read all the things. However, I’m super happy with the books that I did get to read! I read some really great books in the month of January and even found my first favorite read of 2020! What an exciting time! But without any further delay, here are the eight books that I read in the month of January!

❄️ Beasts of Abigaile Vol. 1 by Spica Aoki | ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

❄️ Infinity Son (Infinity Cycle #1) by Adam Silvera | ⭐⭐⭐

❄️ The Weight of the Stars by K. Ancrum | ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

❄️ An Incurable Case of Love Vol. 2 by Maki Enjoji | ⭐⭐⭐⭐

❄️ 10 Blind Dates by Ashley Elston | ⭐⭐⭐⭐

❄️ Beasts of Abigaile Series Review | ⭐⭐⭐⭐

❄️ The Fox and the Star by Coralie Bickford-Smith | ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

❄️ Don’t Read the Comments by Eric Smith | ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Okay, Chapterlings! Those are all the books that I read in January! I hope you all enjoyed seeing the books I read in the month of January. While it’s not a lot of books, these were some pretty great reads. But please feel free to tell me some of the wonderful books you read in the month of January or tell about the books that disappointed you. Until next time, may February bring plenty of great reads, I love you! πŸ’™



Don’t Read the Comments by Eric Smith


Content/Trigger Warnings: Bullying/cyber bullying, sexism, racism, harassment, assault, stalking, doxing, trauma/PTSD, toxic relationships, anxiety, guilt, implications of cheating.

ARC was given by Inkyard Press in exchange for an honest review.

This review is being published after the release date (January 28th, 2020)

“This is why you don’t read the comments!”

Oh wow, this book came at me hard and fast. Readers, I went into this book with no expectations and only the knowledge that the main character is a gamer girl who has to deal with cyber bullying and harassment, but I wasn’t expecting this book to take it to a whole other level. It made my soul quake and it touched topics that hit very close to home. How could I not love this? How could I not shout about this book at the top of my lungs when this touches on so many topics that I have personally experienced and witnessed that aren’t vocalized enough? This book means so much and our main female heroine means so much to me.

Don’t Read the Comments follows our main character Divya who is best known in the gamin world as popular streaming gamer D1V. Her main platform is Glitch where she constantly streams gaming of Reclaim the Sun which is the year’s hottest game! But while her virtual reality is very glamorous, in the real world she’s using every sponsorship and selling every piece of equipment to help out her single mother. And then one fateful night she meets Aaron. A fellow gamer who has zero interest in following the path of his mother to become a doctor and instead wants to follow his dream of writing video games. Together, these two will discover planets in the infinite world of Reclaim the Sun. However, things aren’t that peaceful as Divya battles for everything thing she loves and has worked hard for as an online group known as The Vox Populi threatens to destroy it all.

I loved Divya as one of our main characters. She is unrelenting force, a candles that refuses to go out, and I love her fighting spirit. She faces so many hardships and struggles (you can tell she carries the weight of the world on her shoulders), but despite it all she never gives up and keeps pushing forward. I also really loved the reason behind her streaming and how much she was willing to do for her mother. As a person who cares very deeply for my family, this hit all the right spots and I couldn’t help getting soft with how fiercely she loves her family and best friend. I felt like she did make some questionable choices especially when it came to withholding information that was vital to her and her loved ones’ safety, but despite that I still enjoyed her character.

I definitely had issues warming up to Aaron. Despite him being more soft spoken, more quirky, I didn’t warm up to him until I starting noticing his character development. However, the little sibling element definitely helped with liking Aaron’s character. I’m always here for sibling relationships and seeing Aaron interact with his younger sister especially while he was gaming just hit in all the right spots. And I have to mention Aaron definitely has some questionable actions and thoughts. I think without the author including his best friend in the mix to keep Aaron’s character in check, it would be very easy to dislike Aaron or even cringe at some of the moments in this book. He also never speaks up for himself until the last third of the book. And any time he does speak up, he never has a plan and he clearly hasn’t thought things through. So also contributed to why it more of a challenge to connect with him and full warm up to him.

Can I take a moment to appreciate all the head nods to all the thing geeky in this book?! I can’t even express how much screeching I did when I saw the slight nod towards Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Elder Scrolls, The Dead Poets Society, bookstagram, Adventure Time, and so much more! It warmed my heart so much and I felt so seen as geeky, nerdy, girl gamer who gets full enjoyment out of this. And speaking of gaming, when Divya is streaming and exploring the world of Reclaim the Sun, the way the world is described will make any gamer who plays a lot of space games fall in love all over with those games. The detail was so beautiful and it truly felt like you were right there experiencing it. It was all so vivid and I feel like I keep saying this, but it truly touched so many of the right spots of my soul and personal passions.

“I don’t need to see you, to see you. I see you. I see all of you. With or without a headset.”

But my most favorite part about this whole book is that it addresses such an important and consistent theme of the sexism in the gaming community, constantly bring up privilege whether in the virtual world or the real one, showing the real threats and possibilities of becoming a content creator, and also showing what you allow into your space, your safe spaces. These are all things that exist, but aren’t often talked about or even properly addressed and when they are they’re brushed off like nothing will really come of it. I can honestly say that I’m glad to see more books like Don’t Read the Comments or Slay by Brittney Morris being released to speak about these important topics because these are very real and they impact so many.

My only real criticism with this book is two main things. The first thing being there was never any indication of taking proper time to self care or take extra precautions to protecting oneself. I mentioned before that I had some issues with a lot of choices Divya made and even though I still love Divya’s character, self care and protection are thrown to the wind and that just didn’t sit right with me. There are many reoccurring moments throughout this book where Rebekah tries to tell Divya take time away, the beginning of the book and near the end of the book Divya’s mother states multiple times how she’s worried and she wants Divya to be safe, and there are even moments the detective should have been made aware of information or the detective has told Divya to do something and it gets brushed off to the side. All of this didn’t sit right with me and I understand a lot of this was to help further the story-line in some way, but it doesn’t make up the fact that it can be triggering or even stressful just reading it especially if you have anxiety because you can tell there will be consequences. And it also sends the wrong kind of message as well because in these circumstances, yes you want to fight back, but you also need to take care of yourself as well as making sure you and your loved ones are protected. If you don’t have any representation of that and you have this constant theme of brushing the important stuff to the side, anyone who reads this and is going through something similar or has the potential to go through it, there’s that message of self-care needs to take the back burner or safety and protection aren’t that important, and that’s not the kind of message that you want to be stated especially under the circumstances in this book.

My other criticism is there were a lot of things happening in this book. There are a lot of subplots that never get resolved or explored. For example, there were multiple incidents where Rebekah and Aaron clash especially when Rebekah calls Aaron out on his privilege which is then followed up with Aaron retorting some really bad answers that cause offense. This never gets properly addressed or even resolved. We’re just given a statement of “well be more mindful” or “that means she likes you,” but these aren’t anything that address or challenge what Aaron said. We also get a lot of moments with Divya’s mother saying how she doesn’t approve of Divya’s streaming. Divya constantly plays it off, tells her mother she’s worrying to much, or she straight out lies to her mother instead of actually having a discussion with her mother. Once again, there’s two other moments in this story with her mother and still, this never get resolved of properly addressed.

Honestly, if these were never going to be addressed or challenged then I would have liked to see more game play, a deeper dive into the important topics being discussed, or more background detail with our main characters. I just wasn’t a fan of the subplots and I think they could have really made a difference if they were handled a bit better or even sacrificed for something else instead.

Overall, this was a really great book and I so glad I got an advance copy! I think this is going to be a book every content creator out there needs to read and I’m hoping this book will start so many discussions. I truly believe this book took a piece of my heart and if there’s anything you take away from this, it’s that this book is something ever content creator needs to read because the important topics are just that, important and we all need to take care of our spaces! I just can’t recommend this book enough!

The quotes above were taken from an ARC and are subject to change upon publication.


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The Mystery Blogger Award II

Salutations once again! I recently got nominated for a second time for The Mystery Blogger Award by the one and only Emer at A Little Haze Book Blog! You can find my first article for this award right HERE as the questions and answers will be different this time around! I say this all the time, but let me tell you all again, Emer is one of my lovely friends, fellow blogger, and just a beautiful ray of light in the book community! Emer has amazing articles on her blog that are fun like The Bedtime Book Tag and more serious topics/discussions like The Relationship Between Reviewer and Author, either way I adore Emer with my whole heart and soul so please make sure you check out her blog!

❄️ What is The Mystery Blogger Award? ❄️

The Mystery Blogger Award is an award for amazing bloggers with ingenious posts. Their blog not only captivates; it inspires and motivates. They are one of the best out there, and they deserve every recognition they get. This award is also for bloggers who find fun and inspiration in blogging; and they do it with so much love and passion.

❄️ The Rules ❄️

❄️ Put the award logo/image on your blog.

❄️ List the rules.

❄️ Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog.

❄️ Mention the creator of the award and provide a link as well.

❄️ Tell your readers 3 things about yourself.

❄️ You have to nominate 10 – 20 people.

❄️ Notify your nominees by commenting on their blog.

❄️ Ask your nominees any 5 questions of your choice.

❄️ Share a link to your best post(s).

Also, a huge thanks to Okoto from Okoto Enigma’s Blog for creating this award to bring light to wonderful bloggers!

❄️ Three Facts About Me ❄️

❄️ There are a few times that I mention this, but my mother provided new information for me and I wanted to do something that reflected my acknowledgement and appreciation for that information. I have this listed on all my social media and I have talked about my Native American heritage in a few posts. I always say very proudly that I am Apache and proud to be half Apache. However, the second week of December when I took a vacation, some of my family was visiting and I found out from my mother that I am also Cherokee on her side of the family. She had been tracing through our family tree and genetics (and still is) when she made this discovery. So I can now say that I am a proud Cherokee as well as Apache. And I say this all the time because I’m fully aware of my privilege compared to my family members who live on the reservations; even though I am very white passing I am very proud of my heritage, I am eternally grateful and blessed for the opportunities that I am given by living the life that I have, and (gosh I’m getting a bit emotional) I love my family and I’m extremely grateful that they remind me all the time how much they love me and that I don’t need to have darker skin for them to love me (because I agonize over this so much and so often), that they accept me just the way I am. This is a part of me that I’m very proud of, but it’s so bitter sweet at times as well. I like to keep my doors open and this is a part of me, a very soft and vulnerable part of me that agonize and love with an incredible force. And I really wanted to say this for the longest time and really honor the information my mother passed on to me.

❄️ I can officially announce this as well! If you have been following my Instagram then you may already know this, but in case you haven’t then let me officially announce the arrival of little Cresswell! Cresswell is my rescue kitten that my coworker has recently bestowed upon me. This has been in motion since December 2019 and this wasn’t a decision I made lightly or impulsively. I had to really analyze my home life, the dynamic with all my other fur babies, his age and the ages of my other pets, my spouse, and many other factors. I just recently agreed to bring this little guy home and for a while I wasn’t sure if I was going to get him (my coworker was pretty attached to him). However, things have all worked itself out and Cresswell has officially been brought home. As for right now, he is currently kept in my Spouse’s personal cave so he can build trust with us, not get overwhelmed by all the sights and smells, get his confidence, and take his time before we let him to his curiosity and explore our home. So you may see photos or videos of him surfacing on my social media in upcoming weeks!

❄️ That last one was more like an update, but I still think it counts. Anyway, this last fact about me is about my reading habits and that habit is I love listening to music while I read. While I do like ASMR, I find that ASMR relaxes me too much to the point of falling asleep doing whatever I’m doing. So as of recently I’ve been listening to a lot of instrumental mixes and most recently stumbled upon BLUME and Chillout Deer. Both of these creators have amazing mixes and they have been helping me focus on reading, taking notes, typing up articles, and just getting stuff done around the house. I will always love ASMR, but these two amazing channels have been killing it for me in 2020!

❄️ Questions by Emer ❄️

❄️ Do you think there is a place for one star reviews in the blogging community?

Well damn, jumping into the hard stuff right off the bat huh? I will always be honest and upfront about everything especially my own opinions. So I’m just going to say this now, if this offends anyone, I’m sorry.
Absolutely, one hundred percent, yes a million times. This is such a polarizing question and everyone and their mother has an opinion on this topic, including the creators, authors, or whoever is involved with the product. If we’re looking at just the book community, my answer still won’t change because a book can be just as bad as a product you buy in a store. The part that bothers me the most are those who feel the need (whether you’re someone in the community or you’re the creator of the product) to attack the people who give the one star reviews. I’m sorry, I must have missed the memo that said we’re all robots instead of human beings with souls, emotions, and feelings and that it’s a free for all to attack someone over their own opinions. Their own opinions. We all have opinions and we all perceive things differently. On that note, I also believe there is a way of writing a one star review without completely dragging the creator or being cruel to the creator to the point of emotionally or mentally hurting them. There is always a fine line to walk and it can be done. However, everyone involved in the outcome is responsible with their actions and the things they say.

❄️How do you feel about audiobooks?

I don’t hate them, but I don’t love them. I’m a sentimental soul and I love the feel , the weight, the smell of a physical book in my hand. However, I’m slowly adapting and trying to branch out into the more virtual format of books just to save of space and to try new things.

❄️ Have you ever emotionally identified with a character or plot in a book that you felt the author was writing the words that are etched on your soul?

Funny you should ask. I just had a moment like this with The Weight of the Stars by K. Ancrum. This has also happened with a few other books as well. With these type of books I will either get emotional or I’ll get emotional. And there is a difference between the two. The first one is usually a book that pulls on my heart strings, reminds me of something I’ve experienced, etc… The second one is full blown factory melt down, sobbing with snot dipping everywhere, flapping my hands around, flailing or shaking the book relentlessly, usually animals are fleeing the scene and my spouse looking in bewilderment of what just happened. So yeah, it happens every once in a blue moon.

❄️ What was the last book (or film) that made you cry?

Oh look, The Weight of the Stars by K. Ancrum…AGAIN!

❄️ What ice cream flavour do you think best represents your personality? E.g. are you vanilla with sprinkles? Maybe you’re a decadent salted caramel? Or maybe you’re a scoop of rocky road?

Mint chocolate chip trio’politan. It’s not just my favorite ice cream, it’s something I felt personally attached to since I was a child, something that just represents my soul and so many wonderful memories.

❄️ The People I’m Tagging ❄️

❄️ Donna

❄️ Kayla

❄️ Lauren

❄️ Robin

❄️ Marie

❄️ Kat

❄️ Amanda

❄️ Blair

❄️ Sabreena

❄️ Emer

It’s okay if tags and awards aren’t your thing. No one should feel obligated to do this tag unless they want to. Also, if you weren’t tagged then feel free to tag yourself!

❄️ My Questions for Those Tagged ❄️

❄️ As a reader, what is the biggest challenge you face when you’re reading and why?

❄️ What are your five favorite things to keep you out of a reading slump?

❄️ 2019 went by so fast, so what are your top five books you believe are five star predictions that you want to read before the end of 2020 that you didn’t get to read in 2019?!

❄️ You finally get the chance to design your dream reading nook! How would you design it and what would you include?

❄️ Your TBR has gotten so large that it’s out of control, what are some fun ways to help encourage you to read the books on your TBR or build your TBR for the month?

Okay, friends! Those are all the questions Emer has asked and once again, please check out Emer because she is a delight and I love her to pieces! As always, I’m incredibly grateful Emer thought about me to tag me in this for my second round of the Mystery Blogger Award. It means so, so much and it makes my heart so full. Anyway, until next time Chapterlings, may the end of January bring you many new additions to your shelves, I love you! πŸ’™