May 2016 Top 5 TBR

This month’s Top 5 TBR is a mix & match of various books; we got: magical realism, children’s, classic fiction, fantasy YA, and a memoir. My reading mood is all over the map this month, but I am excited to read all of these. You may notice that 2 of these were included in last…

April 2016 Top 5 TBR: Vacation Edition

I am currently on a week-long vacation with my best friend — escaping to someplace warm for some much needed R&R (rest & relaxation). That being said, I prescheduled this post before departing. This month’s TBR was put together with ‘vacation reading’ in mind. I kept changing my mind about which books I wanted to…

March 2016 Top 5 TBR

Last month was a slow reading month for me because I was super sick with the flu — sick enough that I even found reading difficult. I am feeling more like myself now and am happy to be back sharing my bookish thoughts with you all! But I got lots of reading to catch-up on….

February 2016 Top 5 TBR

It’s February…and not just any February, it’s a Leap Year! 29 days this month, that means one extra day of reading. This has me motivated to read more this month than I did in January. This month I had no rhyme or reason for my selection, where I normally try to pick multiple genres. I looked…

January 2016 Top 5 TBR

This month I had a hard time picking a Top 5 TBR because I was fortunate enough to receive plenty as gifts during the holidays. Recall, my Top 5 TBR (To-Be-Read) posts are guidelines for what I aspire to read during the month; I do not always stick to the list because I am a…

December Top 5 TBR

This month I have seven books on my tentative to-read list. Realistically, I do not know if I will be able to read all seven because I have been in a bit of a reading slump lately.  So instead of dedicating myself to all seven,  I will dedicate myself to five and not set myself…

Top 10 Holiday Wishlist

With Christmas 25 sleeps away, I have put together a list of my top 10 books that I am fighting every urge not to purchase! I need to spend money on other people and not my book cravings. Plus, I risk the chance of buying books that family may have bought as holiday gifts. Here is a…