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

My Wintry TBR | more classics & character analysis’s

hello, my loves! I hope you all are doing well and staying safe! I recently watched Jess from sunbeamsjess’ Wintry Book Recommendations, and it inspired me to create my own wintry TBR. I don’t typically choose my reading lists based on the seasons, but what the hell! It’s never too late to try something new. I realize it’s not winter for everyone, but I hope … Continue reading My Wintry TBR | more classics & character analysis’s

The Realities of a Mood Reader | books i need to finish

Hello, my loves! I’m back yet again after a long break — I promise I can explain. Life has been stressful and busy, and my mental health hasn’t been the best. I wasn’t reading anything, and what I did read was never consistent (as you’ll see in a moment). I felt like I had nothing to write about!, and I ended up falling into a … Continue reading The Realities of a Mood Reader | books i need to finish

15 Books I Want To Read In 2020

Now.. I know what you’re thinking… “Zoe, it’s the end of February. It’s a little late for this, don’t you think?” To answer: Yes, I know we’re already two months into 2020, but my seasonal depression is just now starting to wear off. So, as they say, there’s no better time like the present! Ever since graduating in December, I haven’t really read much of … Continue reading 15 Books I Want To Read In 2020