Tag: reading

Reading goals in 2018 + planner printable 

For 2018 I am going to finally do the PopSugar Reading Challenge. I’m sure most of you have heard of this but basically it’s a challenge to read books outside your usual genre. The prompts are fun but also very open so you have lots […]

Meeting my 2017 reading goals

So each year here on the blog I share a little about my reading goals/what I’ve read over the year. This year I met my goal of 60 books. (yay!) but did not read as many classics as I wanted to. I had wanted to […]

Book Review- Grace, not Perfection

  As a blogger and a librarian one of the few perks I receive is access to early review copies of books. Thomas Nelson Speciality Division was awesome and let me review an ebook copy of Grace, Not Perfection, a new book by Emily Ley. […]

June Favorites

I can’t believe June is over already. It seriously flew by! Anyways, we are in the thick of summer now and I want to go ahead and share with you a few of my current favorites. App: Anylist– This nifty little app has been very useful […]

What I read: May 2016

This year is my second year participating in the Goodreads reading challenge.  I love using the site to make a goal and then see and follow my progress.  They keep me on track and let me know when I am ahead and behind in my […]

Holiday Book Guide- Part 2

I wanted to share some more book gift suggestions with everyone.  As I have mentioned before, I am a youth services librarian so most of my recommendations will be related to children and teens. This post focuses on books for middle grades through adult.  Enjoy! […]