Hey guys how’s it going? This week I wanted to wrap up my February Reading Challenge. My friend A Court of books and love has done this monthly readathon for years and this year they created a wheel for their challenges. So I decided to spin the wheel and see what I got everyday andContinue reading “February Readathin 2021 Challenge”
Did you make a 2021 reading goal? Do you have a plan for completing it? I like to start my year with short books to give myself a head start. January in Minnesota means lots of snow and coldness, and a nice bowl of soup is a regular (almost daily) meal. So I have combinedContinue reading “Stories to Read While Your Soup Simmers: Princessreadsalot Presents!”
Winters in Minnesota start with dark afternoons and freezing cold temperatures and then lead us into feet of snow dropping. Black Friday is usually freezing cold and occasionally dangerous for the folks waiting outside. And, that cute New Year’s Eve outfit usually needs a few extra layers before we head out to celebrate! So, tuck yourselves into your flannel blankets, pick up a steaming or caffeinated drink, and settle in with a sweet story. These books are sure to warm your heart!
Hey guys how’s it going? Today I want to discuss one of my favorite types of stories. Music Romance! I have always enjoyed watched as well as read the aspect of being in a band and either a fan falling in love with a band member or two people falling in love with each other because of music. Ahhhh its awesome! Here are some recommendations that hit at my heartstrings(yes pun intended). To narrow down this list, I am doing three books, three anime/manga, and three movies. Hope this helps you pick out your next musical romance needs!
Megan Meade’s Guide to the McGowan Boys by Kate Brian…….. When I was in middle school, I reread this book over and over on trips. There are quite a few reasons why I did which will be discussed but there are reasons why it had been awhile since I reread it. I appreciate anyone who reads this and if you’re interested in this book check it out if you’d like. My overall thoughts are this; this is an entertaining read but based on its age plus my added life experience, I do have issues with this book I would love to discuss. These are as follows, hope you enjoy please comment if you want to see more of these or if you want to join the discussion of this book.
What does fall mean to you? The beginning of a new school year? Mystery thrillers? Ghosts, witches, and zombies? Pumpkins? I love fall, coffee, and mystery thrillers – making this blog my favorite thing to discuss. Along with Vanessa (@nessas.lair), I made (and drank!) these fun beverages; if you want to know how to make them, check out Vanessa’s blog: https://nessaslair.com/ So, maybe I have some expertise based on the numerous drinks and mysteries I have consumed?
Hey guys today’s post is inspired by a book that is on all ebook platforms Diary of a Late Bloomer by L.M.L.Gil. Thank you to Xpressotours for sending me a copy to review. Synopsis: Lo is a sheltered 20-year-old who loves baking, manga/anime, and octopi. When she spots her college swim team’s tryout flyer sportingContinue reading “Combining Books and Anime: Looking into a Lens of a 2000s era Otaku”
Hey Guys Princessreadsalot Guest Posting here for Christina. I am discussing middle grade books for all ages. Hope you check out these books!!
Hey guys today I am going to talking about a fantastic readathon hosted by my friend Amanda from A Court of Books and Love that is taking place in the month of June. I will be listing out the challenges and what I am going to be potentially reading.
Today I’m going to talk about DNFing or Did Not Finish. I will also be featuring a couple of books I did not finish because of specific reasons I will discuss later.