This is a book review of Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum, one of my favorite books I’ve read while being quarantined. It is a beautiful novel I wish I had read sooner.
This is a super honest and brief book review of Capture Your Style by Aimee Song, a self-help book for anyone who wants to be an Instagram blogger.
This is a book review of Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur and includes a few of my favorite poems by her.
This is a book review of The QB Bad Boy and Me, a young adult romance novel written by Tay Marley.
Yes, I know the title is very… different, to say the least, but you can’t get tricked by the title.
This is a review of WorkParty: How to Create & Cultivate the Career of Your Dreams by Jaclyn Johnson. It is a phenomenal nonfiction work, and I hope this review does it justice.
Twenty nineteen was the year I got back into reading books. I’ve always enjoyed reading (for leisure, not textbooks), but I stopped when I started college. This year, I got back into reading again, and I’m so happy I did. Not only have I gotten back into reading books, but since I have this platform, I decided to write reviews of all the books I read.
To finish this year of leisure literature, I decided to rank all six of the books I read this year.