Looking at June, I need to up my reading and get closer to 1 book a day.
I gave this book 3.7 stars overall–I’ll definitely add it to my growing Louisa May Alcott collection, but I’m not going to talk about it all the time.
Yes, the dad from the Little Women
A good chunk of my personality is how much I love Little Women, and I generally am interested in book adaptations/re-tellings/modernizations because I think it’s interesting to see how much Little Women has resonated with authors
Well, it’s finally over, so let’s take a look back at what I read in 2020.
A hyped up book about black mermaids but set in a contemporary world? I was intrigued,
Hello, it’ s me, the woman who cannot stop talking about Little Women.
I have done a LOT of ARC reading recently, so this is a bit shorter than usual!
Who doesn’t love a meet cute with a healthy dash of civic engagement and an Instagram famous cat?
Christmas isn’t Christmas without any presents, and Aryssa isn’t Aryssa without Little Women.
I discovered the Virgin Suicides as an assigned reading text in college.
How often do I look back on the books I read that month and realize I didn’t write a formal review? Too often,