fluffy 2020 romances to read on the beach

It's so freaking hot in North Carolina and there's only one thing I want to do these days: relax at the beach. I've been taking every opportunity I can to head east and bury my toes in the sand, and no beach trip is complete without a book. When I'm at the beach, I always… Continue reading fluffy 2020 romances to read on the beach

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Today I'm so excited to share with y'all that I now have a Patreon page! Patreon is a platform where readers, viewers, and listeners like yourselves can support online creators in exchange for exclusive monthly content. Click here to access my Patreon page and unlock exclusive content. Here's how it works: patrons pick one of… Continue reading want exclusive blog content? join my patreon!

oh god it’s july | mid-year freakout book tag

Today, I'm doing another recap of my reading habits for the first half of 2020 with this fun tag! Thanks to Sophie for tagging me and I can't recommend her blog enough. She writes smart, thoughtful reviews and is a total sweetheart! best book you've read so far Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff… Continue reading oh god it’s july | mid-year freakout book tag

the princess reading list

Today, I'm sharing all my favorite books about the glitz and glam (or not-so-glam) of royal life. I love a good princess story (especially about a princess falling in love with a commoner?!? total swoon). They're the ultimate escapist fiction, unless you're an actual princess and then we NEED to talk.

little ways to be more sustainable | home, beauty, personal care

Hi y'all! Today, I'm reflecting on how my perspective on sustainability has changed over the past year and sharing some of my favorite quick and easy switches to live a more sustainable life. When I was abroad with Semester at Sea, there was one day when we had to drop anchor off the coast of… Continue reading little ways to be more sustainable | home, beauty, personal care

best books of 2020 (so far)

Let's be real: 2020 is fixing to be the longest year EVER. Thinking back to January feels like reminiscing on something that happened at least five years ago. Given that we've already dealt with several years' worth of excitement in just six months, it felt fitting to reflect on my favorite books of 2020 so… Continue reading best books of 2020 (so far)

ANNA K: wealth, drama, and swoony romance | an honest arc review

Anna K by Jenny LeePublished 3 March 2020 by Flatiron Book I received an advance copy of Anna K from the publisher through NetGalley and this has in no way influenced my review. Click here to add Anna K on Goodreads! WHAT I LIKED: The character's individuality. Anna K is told from a third-person omniscient… Continue reading ANNA K: wealth, drama, and swoony romance | an honest arc review

break your glass slippers: poetry for the modern princess | an honest arc review

break your glass slippers by Amanda LovelaceExpected to publish March 17, 2020Andrews McNeel Publishing Click here to add break your glass slippers on Goodreads! My rating: 4/5 stars I received an ARC of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. This has not influenced my review. As always, this review is honest and spoiler-free. WHAT… Continue reading break your glass slippers: poetry for the modern princess | an honest arc review

A message of support.

Hello sweet readers!! I wanted to take a moment to reflect on the current state of the world. There are a million and a half voices that are far more educated and qualified to speak on Black Lives Matter than me, so I strongly encourage you to look to creators of color for more information… Continue reading A message of support.

What Annie read this month… | February wrap-up and reviews

Happy February! I had a great reading month: I rated all the books I read in Feb either 4 or 5 stars. Here's what I read (and loved)... Piecing Me Together by Renée WatsonWhen I read this book, I could tell that it was the kind of story that causes movement. Jade, the protagonist and… Continue reading What Annie read this month… | February wrap-up and reviews