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Feeling Hopeful Towards the Future – My May Wrap Up

Feeling Hopeful Towards the Future – My May Wrap Up

Posted June 7, 2021 in Checking In // 0 Comments

Hello loves and welcome to another monthly wrap up, where we talk all things books, reading, and writing in the month of May!  As you all know, April was a tricky month for me – I took a hiatus during April, for starters.  In watching my stats over the last couple years as well, I’ve found April to be a low reading month.  I always feel relieved in May when things start to look up a little, you know?  And they definitely looked up this year! Even though things aren’t “normal” still in the world, I have more hope for […]

Exit, Pursued By a Bear by E. K. Johnston

Exit, Pursued By a Bear by E. K. Johnston

Posted May 21, 2021 in Reviews // 0 Comments

  For such a short book, Exit, Pursued By a Bear packs a powerful punch. Hermione Winters is a senior and a competitive cheerleader.  This year is the last cheerleading camp she’ll go to – she’s determined to make it her best.  And it’s all going pretty well, until she’s drugged at a party and raped.  The story subsequently follows with her trying to come to terms with this new version of herself and trying to catch the rapist. Exit, Pursued By a Bear is brings in strong themes of friendship, support, and healing.  Hermione’s journey is fairly clean (though I […]

The Psych Reading Challenge – Because Who Doesn’t Love Reading Challenges Based on Cancelled TV Shows That Just Won’t Die?

The Psych Reading Challenge – Because Who Doesn’t Love Reading Challenges Based on Cancelled TV Shows That Just Won’t Die?

After participating in the year-long reading challenge Start onYour Shelfathon in 2020, I knew I wanted to do at least one reading challenge in 2021 to help guide my reading.  I like the idea of reading challenges and that gamification aspect, especially how they make me look around and mix up my TBR and sometimes even search outside of it to meet challenges. So I figured I’d go find a really popular reading challenge like “Beat the Backlist” or something similar and join in. … But I know that you know… that I’m not telling the truth. (*cue music*) Okay no. […]