I’m Actually Alive!! // A life update after a super long hiatus

Well, hello there, friends!! I can't believe it's been so long since I've actually sat down and typed up a post. I honestly feel like I don't know where to start. I've missed out on so much! I even missed my one year blogiversary! How crazy? Although I know I don't need to apologize for … Continue reading I’m Actually Alive!! // A life update after a super long hiatus

Bookish Candles // Good Book Hunting

Hey, my gorgeous peeps! I'm here! I'm alive! I know, right? It's been a while... and it feels so good to be back! I have had a whole lot going on, so I have a whole lot to catch up on and a whole lot to share with you guys! But first... I want to … Continue reading Bookish Candles // Good Book Hunting

Standalone Sunday // When the Moon Was Ours by Anna-Marie McLemore

Greetings, my beautiful peeps! I've missed y'all so much!! In case any of you are wondering where I've been... life's been a little (ok, maybe a lot) crazy lately... and definitely super busy. There was Easter, lots of tournaments, and then Thunder Over Louisville (the kick-off to the Kentucky Derby Festival) was last night. So … Continue reading Standalone Sunday // When the Moon Was Ours by Anna-Marie McLemore

Behind the Title // Creation of a Love Story by Cynthia Roberts

Well, hello there, my bookish friends! I have something special for you today! Romance author, Cynthia Roberts, is here to share with us her secret behind the creation of a love story, and the connection between music and literature. I'm hoping you all will enjoy reading this piece as much as I did, and check out … Continue reading Behind the Title // Creation of a Love Story by Cynthia Roberts

Standalone Sunday // Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley

Happy Sunday, nerdlings! A little late in posting this, but hey... here it is!! Let's see which standalone books we were recommended for this week's Standalone Sunday! Standalone Sunday is a feature created by yours truly where each Sunday we will feature a standalone book (not part of a series) that you loved or would recommend! … Continue reading Standalone Sunday // Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley

DNF Reviews // Is it ok to review a book you didn’t finish?

Hello, hello! Happy Friday, friends! Welcome back to another episode of Coffee Convo w/ bookslayerReads. Sooo... last week we discussed Review Format... and for the rest of the month, I'd like to stick with Reviews as the topic of discussion. Today, I'd like to talk about... Those of you who may be new to the community, if … Continue reading DNF Reviews // Is it ok to review a book you didn’t finish?

Parker by Jillian Quinn // She’s done it again with this one…

Title: Parker (Face-Off Series #1) Author: Jillian Quinn Genre: New Adult Romance > Sports Edition: Kindle (222 pages) Publisher: Penn Publishing Date Read: 3/16/2017 Goodreads // Amazon I'm Alex Parker, the best defenseman in the NHL, heartbreaker, and troublemaker. My team had the best penalty kill record in the league, thanks to me. I was on a … Continue reading Parker by Jillian Quinn // She’s done it again with this one…

Saturday Special w/ Shanannigans @ Reads & Reels

Hello there, fellow nerdlings! Welcome back to Saturday Special! If you're unfamiliar with this feature, every first Saturday of every month I introduce experienced book bloggers and ask them “get to know you” questions, as well as questions about blogging tips and advice! Today, we'll be talking with Shanannigans from Reads & Reels! 1. How long have … Continue reading Saturday Special w/ Shanannigans @ Reads & Reels

Reading & Writing Reviews // Does the layout of a review determine whether or not you’ll read it?

Hi, guys! Welcome to Coffee Convo w/ bookslayerReads, my new discussion feature! I'm gonna try my best to have a Coffee Convo discussion post up every Friday for you all, so we can get our conversational juices flowing. Today, for my first Coffee Convo, I'd like to talk about... Reading and writing reviews is almost mandatory … Continue reading Reading & Writing Reviews // Does the layout of a review determine whether or not you’ll read it?