2018: My Best Reading Year

A year ago, I was in my bedroom, sitting at the desk I’m currently sitting, admitting to myself that I let my mental health get the best of me in 2017 and because of that, my reading suffered. I came to this corner of the internet and talked about how I had only read 10 books in 2017 (the least amount of books I’ve read in a year since I fell in love with reading).

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Track-by-Track: Troye Sivan’s ‘Bloom’ is the coming-of-age pop album we needed

Troye Sivan is a guy that I have watched take over the music world on pure talent and a special kind of humility and kindness. From a YouTube career that started in his bedroom, to a music career that takes him across the globe on headlining tours, Troye is someone I will always be happy to support and I’m so excited to say that the day has finally come: Troye’s sophomore album, Bloom, is now available everywhere!

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From Book to Movie: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

Young adult author Jenny Han’s 2014 romance novel To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before officially has a movie adaptation out in the world. As someone who holds my book to movie adaptations to a higher standard than most, let me put my fellow book lovers’ minds at ease – you will adore this movie. And to my movie fans who don’t care to read the book before watching the movie, you will also adore it.

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Blog Tour: The Museum of Us by Tara Wilson Redd

Hello everyone and welcome to my stop of the The Museum of Us Blog Tour. Read on to learn about the book, the authors, and a brief summary of what I thought of the book.

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It’s a sunny, Wednesday afternoon in California. I’m in my bedroom. I’m sitting in the middle of my bed as I type these words. To my left on a bookshelf is two years worth of newspapers from my time as a writer and editor at my university’s student paper. Every high and low point of my time as a student journalist and a journalism student is running through my mind as news rolls in of a shooting at a newsroom on the opposite end of the country in Annapolis, MD.

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