I gathered up 30 of my favorite 4 and 5-star reads in a variety of genres to stack your summer reading shelves with the best books around. Happy summer reading, bookworms!
I did not read much at ALL this month. Even though I got through 8 books in total which doesn’t seem THAT far off from my goal of 10, many of this month’s reads were short ones (young adult, middle grade, and quick creativity books that were very fast reads!).
It’s been a BUSY month and I have had wayyyy less reading time, but am still so proud of getting through as many books as I did!
Classics don’t need to be intimidating! Lauren McHugh shares her best classics recs today, and you’re bound to find at least one you’re excited to read.
This month had a healthy mix of real winners and total duds, but I’m proud of how many books I got through in this shorter month!
I wanted to share some helpful resources about this season of Lent, and I pray they’re encouraging and meaningful to you as you move through these next 46 days leading up to Easter!
Once you know a bit about this whole enneagram deal, you're probably super curious what to do with it. You've learned your type (or you're still trying to pin it down) and you have no clue what comes next… my solution? READ EVERYTHING.
Memoirs focus on one season or aspect of the author’s life, and they’re fascinating stories! Sharing a TON of memoir recommendations today — from my personal favorites to crowdsourced suggestions— to give you plenty of ideas.
I started 2019 strong with my reading! I’m still focusing this year on increasing the diversity of what I read (genres, styles, lengths, authors, etc) and I think it’s going to be awesome.
Don’t be intimidated by poetry! I guarantee you can find something here that speaks to you. I’m sharing a bunch of my favorite books of poetry, as well as a list of favorite poets I crowdsourced on Instagram. Let’s start the RAD Reading Challenge strong!
2018 was a good year for reading! Lots of diversity (thanks to my goal to focus primarily on books written by women and people of color), lots of 5-star reviews (and a few duds, as per usual), lots of library snags and book sale grabs, lots of fun fiction and meaningful memoirs and impactful nonfiction, and just a lot of goodness overall.
The last month of the year — yay! I crossed the finish line of my 2018 reading goal of 150 books this month just in the nick of time, hitting a total of 152. Here’s what I read in December!