Favorite Books of 2018 // My best year of reading diverse books

Hi everyone! ✨

I hope you all had a merry Christmas (if you celebrate it) and are enjoying your holiday season! Sending you all my love and good vibes. 🌟

I’m so sorry for my unplanned blogging hiatus – it’s been stressful and overwhelming over the past month, due to school and finals and life in general. 🙃 But no worries! I’m finally on winter break (actually, I’ve been on break for over a week now), and I’m so grateful for this three-week vacation from school. 😌 i really need it

With only a few more days until the new year (how???), I’m going to share my favorite reads of 2018 with you all!! I’m SO excited about this post, because 2018 has been such an amazing year for me, bookish wise. 📚

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Most Anticipated 2019 Releases // Aka I cry about how slowly time goes by

Hi everyone! 💓

Welcome back to my blog, where I’ll be screaming about five books that won’t be released until next year (otherwise known as my most anticipated 2019 releases)! 🙃 It’s never too early to start talking about 2019 releases, right? (2019 seems so far away now, because I want to read these books SO BADLY already. 😭)

By the way, if you haven’t already, you should check out my Most Anticipated Fall 2018 Releases post to see the last time I ranted about the passage of time. :’)

I became inspired to write this post after reading Lily’s #Novel19s Book Recommendations post! You should definitely check out Lily’s post if you haven’t already, because she does a wonderful job convincing you to add more books to your probably overflowing TBR. 😉 I hope I’ll do the same with this post. 👀

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Birthday Book Tag // Oh my gosh I’m getting so old!! 😉

Hi everyone! 🌟

Yes, today is my birthday!! 🙈🎉 (And yes, this year, my birthday coincidentally fell on the day of daylight savings. My birthday is 25 hours long 😂)

I’m sorry I haven’t posted in a while, but (this is past Dezzy speaking) I just realized that my birthday is coming up, and so I decided to do the Birthday Book Tag! 🎂

I first saw this tag over on Tiffany’s blog, Read by Tiffany, when she posted this on her birthday back in September! It looked like such a cute and fun tag, and so I decided to do it too, as it seemed fit for the occasion, hehe.

I honestly can’t believe it’s my birthday already! I know I always say this, but time flies by way too quickly. There’s only two months of 2018 left?! That can’t be right. :’) i’m going to be graduating high school in 2019 and it’s honestly blows my mind that 2019 IS ALMOST HERE oh my goshhh

ANYWAY. Excuse my mini existential crisis. 😂 i’m always like this around the time of my birthday. But without further ado, let’s get started with this tag!! 🎁

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Sunshine Blogger Award // In which I’m very indecisive…but what’s new?

Hi everyone! 💗 I hope that October has been treating you well!

I know this is my first blog post in two weeks; life has been extremely stressful for me lately. I’m struggling to balance school, college apps, reading, and blogging all at the same time, and my mental health definitely isn’t the best right now. Reading, writing blog posts, and blog hopping helps me relax and destress, though, so I don’t want to sacrifice my reading and blogging time for homework, even though sometimes I have to :’)

Sorry for this random (and negative) rant; I just needed to let this out. I love you all, and remember that your mental health and well-being matters! It’s always okay to take a break and do the things you love. 💞

Anyway, let’s get to the point of this post! I was nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award by the amazing Amber @ ambsreads! Thank you so much for the nomination, Amber! It means so much to me. 😊 You should check out Amber’s blog if you haven’t already; her book reviews and discussions are always great.

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Book Review: Foolish Hearts by Emma Mills // The cutest contemporary I’ve ever read! (And I’ve read a lot of contemporaries)


Four stars! ☺️

Genre(s): Young adult, contemporary, romance, LGBTQ+

Published: December 5, 2017

Book in a few words: Heartwarming, hilarious, relatable, lovable characters, ALL THE FEELS (i know this is more than a few words whoops but i can’t describe how amazing this book is in just a few words)

Representation: Sapphic romance, disability

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