It’s the end of August. It’s the end of August. It is THE END of AUGUST. 😱😱😱
Yeah, sorry about the drama. School starts again in September, and I can’t believe summer is drawing to an end already. On that note: I’m not sure what’s going to happen to my blogging schedule once school starts, so just warning you in advance. Let’s see how well I can juggle blogging with real life!
Anyway, all this leading to: Let’s get started with August’s monthly wrap-up!
Continue reading “The Month in Books: August 2020”
Happy Women’s Equality Day!! Women’s Equality Day is a celebration of the 1920 ratification of the 19th Amendment, which formally gave women the right to vote, bringing a centuries-old struggle for women’s suffrage to a triumphant end.
Continue reading “Happy Women’s Equality Day: 19 Books by Female BIPOC Authors to Add to Your TBR!”
Hello everyone, and happy Tuesday! Today, I’m trying something a bit different from my usual review. I am so behind in reviewing the books that I’ve read, so I decided to bring you a collection of mini-reviews for several books I’ve recently finished. It’s my first time writing mini-reviews, so I’m not sure exactly what I’m doing 😂, but bear with me as I get the hang of this. One major change from a full-length review is that instead of giving the usual segment from Abby the Christian Bookworm, I’ll be adding a Bible verse that reminded me of the book in question at the end of each mini-review.
Continue reading “Mini-Reviews: A Song of Wraiths and Ruin, The Voting Booth, A Love Hate Thing”