Look….. in my last 18 months here I have met so many amazing people.
Like, really. You guys all work so hard and it comes across. I love blogging, but let’s be honest here, it’s not easy.
We produce content regularly (often weekly/more often), and if your posts are anything like mine, each one can take up to an hour or two just to write, then often half again of whatever time I spent writing (at least, sometimes more) formatting and making it look nice.
Oh, and did I mention panicking time when it’s the night before I should be posting and I forgot to format something? Must’ve slipped my mind.
Point is, we all work incredibly hard, and today is all about appreciating that. May @ Forever and Everly is bringing back the annual book blogger awards! Continue reading “The 2019 Book Blogger Awards ft. My Nominations And All The Love For Bloggers”
Full disclaimer – you should 100% read every single one of these books.
I don’t know if it’s because they’re all wonderfully queer, but I enjoyed every single one of them. Like, probably too much.
Honestly, I have no clue what to write here (like every single intro, let’s be honest here) so enjoy!
Also, before we get into it, I know this post is late. Looks like my new posting day is Mondays…. unless I can actually get posts up before then. And so far my excellent plan of taking a hiatus is not working. I have one (1) post ready to go after this. Hopefully the next week will be a little more productive.
also if the first part of the descriptions from the brightsiders and summer bird blue look familiar I used the ones from my monthly recap! not copied from anywhere else ❤ Continue reading “My 2019 Pride TBR Recap ft. Seven Mini Reviews And Me Actually Enjoying Them All??”
This month will be forevermore remembered as one of the best of 2019.
I mean, I had a birthday, saw some old friends, CASUAL CLOTHES DAY (hint: lots of flannel and jeans and my friend, who had rainbow suspenders on and LOOKED AMAZING.)
I felt really happy for a lot of the month, which is always a nice bonus too. I (tried) to keep on top of blogging, and loved all the content I posted!
Basically, June was amazing, and I’m scared for July to top it! I also feel much less frazzled than normal about writing this recap because I’m starting a week early! And working on it during the week so it doesn’t end up like my last post!
Continue reading “Rhi’s Rambles // June ft Reading, Rainbows, And An Overall Good Month”
Yes, you read the title right. I have a blank, empty post draft sitting in front of me.
And I am now frantically typing (while watching Gilmore Girls 😉 ) to get this started and finished in one sitting.
So to sum up, in regular Rhi fashion, I am freaking out. About publishing this, but also about the fact that 2019 is disappearing. FAST.
And as 2019 whizzes by, I am freaked out by the fact that a) I am almost a whole year older, and b) WE HAVE ALREADY SEEN HALF OF WHAT 2019 HAS TO OFFER BOOK-WISE. So let me now discuss my opinions on the bookish world thus far…..
Continue reading “The Mid Year Book Freakout Tag ft. Me, Freaking Out As I Start This Post 9 Hours Before Publishing! Yay!”
It’s no secret that I love queer books.
And I don’t mean ‘queer’ like ‘weird’. (If you thought I did…… you must be new AND clueless.) Today I am celebrating this with a post full of rainbow recommendations!
And I know that so many people will also be doing one of these posts but I wanted to do it because…. IT CELEBRATES LGBTQIAP+ PEOPLE/CHARACTERS/CORRECT REPRESENTATION. WHAT’S NOT TO LOVE. I have also tried to list the representation for each book but I haven’t read any so feel free to correct me if I got any wrong (in fact please do, I don’t want anyone to be offended)
I have already read some great TBR/rec posts for pride month, here are a few! If you’ve also done one but I missed it I’m sorry ❤ Continue reading “It’s Pride Month!!! My Rainbow TBR for June ft. Nine Books With LGBTQIAP+ Characters”