Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag 2018 // Favorites, Anticipated Reads, + More

I’m officially freaking out because it’s June.

How can it already be June? 2018 doesn’t have my permission to go by this fast. Due to my state of panic at this rapidly passing year, it’s only fitting that I participate in the Mid-Year Book Freak Out tag. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Even though I haven’t readย at all much this year, I still wanted to take part in this fun tag. That way I’ll be able to look back at the end of the year and see what I was reading way back in June! Maybe by then I won’t be 9 books behind on my Goodreads challenge.

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Review: A List of Cages // My New Favorite Book & A Must-Read

Today I have the honor of reviewing my new favorite book.

You know those books that keep you up all night? The ones that you can’t put down? The ones where you fall in love with the characters? Well,ย A List of Cages was each of those things, and more. It was simply amazing.

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I don’t do reviews a lot, but I had to make the exception for this book. It deserves a full review that properly displays just how much I loved it. Prepare yourself for lots of raving.

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Library Haul! // ft. contemporaries & tbr pile books

It’s a beautiful day when I go to the library.

So that makes yesterday a beautiful day, because I was able to go to the library and check out free books. ๐Ÿ˜‰ I ended up getting a lot of contemporaries and books that have been on my TBR for a while, so I wanted to share them with you all today!

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I don’t go to the library oftenย though I do keep my books until they’re overdue, so when I do, it’s cause for celebration (and a blog post about them).

I may be slightly screaming in this post because I’m just honestly so excited to read all these?? And if you’ve read them, or if you want to read them, please do join in on all the screaming in the comments, I’d love to fangirl with you.

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5 Easy & Simple Ways to Spend Time With God Daily

As a Christian, one of my greatest struggles is spending time with God every day.

To me, one of the best parts about being a Christian is that you can spend time with God anytime you want. There’s a constant connection between you and heaven. Isn’t that amazing? Yet, sometimes I don’t take advantage of it.

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Today I’m going to be sharing just a few things that help me spend time with God daily, and if you also struggle with that, then maybe this post will help you out, too. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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My Summer 2018 TBR // Books I Really, Really Want to Read!!

Summer is so close.

My summer starts in just a few days, and I can’t wait! For no school and lots of ice cream, of course, but mostly for days upon days of reading. Today I’ll be sharing a few books that I definitely want to read this summer.

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Although we all know I won’t read allย of these?? And we also know that I’ll read other books too, because that’s just the mood reader inside of me. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Still, I’m excited to set a few reading goals for the months ahead.

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5 Reasons Why I Still Read (& Love) Middle Grade Fiction

Yes, I admit it. I still love to read Middle Grade fiction.

It seems like I should have outgrown it by now. And though I love YA, there’s still a piece of my heart that will always belong to the genre of MG fiction.

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Lately I’ve been realizing that I don’t see much about MG books on any blogs I read. I completely understand why- most book bloggers (at least that I know of) are in or close to their teenage years, and it’s natural to be more drawn to Young Adult books.

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Goodbye, April + Blog Updates + It’s Almost Summer!!

I blinked and then April was over.

2018 is already going by so fast (I’m still writing 2017 on my papers, no joke), but this month went by fastest for me. I honestly can’t believe it’s already May! And that summer is so close, I can nearly see it. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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In this post I’m going to (briefly) wrap up April, set a few goals for the upcoming month, and then talk about a few blogging related things. Lettuce begin.

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