April TBR: Autism Acceptance Month

April is Autism Acceptance Month, so make sure to support and uplift actually autistic creators! I’m planning to make a book recommendations post, so hopefully I’ll be able to post that during this month. I especially want to focus on reading some books with autism representation this month, so that’s what I’m dedicating part of… Continue Reading →

April Wrap-up

In April, I’ve continued my streak of reading more than I’ve ever read before. I read 47 books in total, and no, I don’t know how I keep doing this either. My top 5 of the month (in no particular order) is: More to the Story by Hena Khan, Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams, You Deserve… Continue Reading →

Most Anticipated March Releases

A little late this month, as I haven’t felt like blogging for most of the month, but I still wanted to share the March releases I’m the most excited about! Aiden Thomas – Lost in the Never Woods When children go missing in the small coastal town of Astoria, people look to Wendy for answers…. Continue Reading →

February Wrap-up

After January being a ridiculously good reading month for me, I read a little less in February but still a huge amount compared to what I read on average. I read 47 books in total. Like I said in my February TBR post, I’ve been participating in Blackathon for Black History Month, so I exclusively… Continue Reading →

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