A new year means all new books to read (Althought…I reread 3 this month alone). I finally set up my Goodreads goal for 120 books this year (12 per month), but honestly, I would love to read 15 books a month. This month, I did just that, and while I loved some and disliked others,… Continue reading What I Read: January 2018
A new year means a new start on that “Read in 201_” list, and it means a whole lot of new books. I’ve compiled a very thorough list of my most anticapted books of 2018 from authors already published and debuts alike! Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu. Release Date: January 2nd. Buy on: Amazon. Barnes… Continue reading Most Anticipated Books of 2018!
This is the post I didn’t want to write. 2017 has been a mess of a year. As per usual, there was a lot of bad mixed in with good, but this year the bad seems so enormous in comparison. Yesterday, I saw a spectacular sunset, Texas-style, with purples and oranges. My family and I… Continue reading Reflecting on 2017
My list of top favorite books for the first half of 2017 can be found here. Today is the last day of 2017! Later today, I’ll post a reflection on my year (it’s been insane), but for now. My favorite books that I read July 3 all the way to December 31st! Geekerella by… Continue reading Halfway Point 2017.2
November is always a busy month for me. It’s my birthday month, but it also happens to be NaNoWriMo and because I’m me, I torture myself with that every year. But, I won NaNoWrimo on November 21st with 50,229 words. I’ve pulled a couple of double shifts at Nordstrom Rack and Barnes and Noble and… Continue reading What I Read: November 2017
The Texas Book Festival is: One of the largest and most prestigious literary festivals in the country, the annual Texas Book Festival features 250+ nationally and critically recognized authors, 20+ venues including the State Capitol, 80+ exhibitors, live music, local food trucks, family activities, and countless opportunities to meet authors and fellow book lovers. Founded… Continue reading Texas Book Fest 2017: Recap
Hurricane Maria threw me for a spin and not in a good way. Since September 20th, I have spent 30 days without constant running water, electricty, and cell phone signal. I read a book a day for about 10 days, and I moved from Puerto Rico to Texas. It’s been an insane journey of which… Continue reading What I Read: September and October 2017