Hey y’all! Today, I’m back with another discussion post! As you can tell by the mini, rainbow-y (happy pride month!) book cover collage I put together, you’ve probably been able to figure out that this post has something to do with books — of course it does. But what exactly do these book covers have in common, what with their varying content and age groups?Read more →
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Hey y’all! I’m back on the blog with my first ever review! And for the first ARC I’ve ever received, nonetheless! This book was so good, and captures a lot of what I personally wish more YA novels did. As y’all know, I haven’t read very much this year, but I’m just gonna go ahead and say this is probably gonna be one of my favorite reads of the year. Needless to say, I’m super excited to go ahead and get this spoiler-free review off, so let’s get into it!Let’s Go! →
It’s been just about year since I’ve updated this blog; a lot has changed and I’ve learned a lot too. Lately I’ve been wondering if I should come back to this blog, and contemplating why I gave it up in the first place. What conclusions have I come to? Well, let’s get into it.
Hellooooo everyone! Phew, it’s been a really long time since I last posted (
yikes) and I guess I should kinda explain why I went M.I.A right after starting up this blog.
Hi everyone! I’m Jalynn, and this is my first real post on this blog. This is a moment I’m very excited to be having, but it’s also so extremely nervewracking. I’ve never truly put myself out there on the internet in a way like this before — and honestly, it feels sort of awkward — but I’m open to growing and letting this become more natural!