July has been a busy month (more on that to come in a combined June/July Reading Roundup soon!) but I finished my summer classes right after the fourth of July and finally have had a chance to read a bit more for fun! I put a ton of books on hold at the library and … Continue reading Some Summer Reading
One of the best parts of December is looking back at the year (2018 edition, 2019 edition), but mostly at the books I read over the course of the year. When it comes to 2020, looking back at the books I've read this year is much more enjoyable than looking back at the weird year … Continue reading A BookishlyBright Year In Review
To riff off of the great poet Kaveh Akbar: It has been March for months in both directions. This feels like the month that has gone on and on. I did get out a few posts this month, and I hope to get more out in April, just as I find ways to occupy myself … Continue reading March Reading Roundup
A new Tillie Walden graphic novel and one that's a road trip narrative: Heck Yes! I review "Are You Listening?" and use inspiration from Walden to share some of my own road trip reading recommendations.
The summer is all about reading for me (I’ve already read 18 books this summer). With the added bonus of getting to serve as camp librarian this summer, I’ve prepped a list of sweet summer reads: books about summer camp, books to reread at summer camp, and part of my personal list of books to read at camp this summer.