What I Read My First Semester of Graduate School | part 1: renaissance literature edition

Hi, lovebugs! As many of you know, I started graduate school this past January. In short, it’s been an overwhelming whirlwind of a time, but I’m so glad I ended up going back to school. I’ve come to realize that school is the only place where I feel at home. Just your typical book-loving nerd here. Since I wasn’t able to post anything while in … Continue reading What I Read My First Semester of Graduate School | part 1: renaissance literature edition

June TBR | pride month + playing catch-up

Happy almost-summer and pride month, everyone! Congrats to all the May graduates, as well! I usually don’t do TBR (as I have a tendency to completely abandon my lists), but with my reading slump almost entirely gone now, I think I can finally stick to a TBR this month! I’m super pumped to start chopping away at my very full and unread bookshelves, and there’s … Continue reading June TBR | pride month + playing catch-up

I’m Back! | for good this time :)

Hello, my sweets! Remember me? After a very long hiatus, I finally feel ready to start writing again! With my first semester of graduate school and some unexpected life events, I couldn’t find any extra energy or time to focus on writing to you all. Nevertheless, I’m back and sooo stoked to get back to reading more and sharing it with all of you! Going … Continue reading I’m Back! | for good this time 🙂

The Anonymous Bookaholics Tag

Hello, my darlings! I hope you’re all having/had a wonderful day! I recently saw Shawshank from Void If Removed do the Anonymous Bookaholics Tag, and it made me want to tag along — get it? (I’m so sorry for the terrible puns, but I simply cannot help myself). Honestly, I’ll find any excuse to talk about books and how much I love them, because why … Continue reading The Anonymous Bookaholics Tag

ETSU’S Virtual Milton Marathon (Nov. 19) | experience Paradise Lost all in one day

My dear friends, my amazing and incredible alumni is hosting the Milton Marathon, an all-day reading of John Milton’s Paradise Lost, tomorrow (Nov. 19) from 8am – 8pm! (Or whenever they finish reading the entirety of the poem). And the best part? You don’t need a Facebook account to watch! Join ETSU’s 2020 Milton class, as well as myself and others, to chat and experience … Continue reading ETSU’S Virtual Milton Marathon (Nov. 19) | experience Paradise Lost all in one day