Just a note to say that Book.Blog.Bake. will be on hiatus through August! I took a hiatus last August, and I think for now I’m going to make it an annual thing. I don’t really feel like I *super* need a blogging hiatus like I did last year, but I do feel it could be helpful. I also like the idea of having a scheduled month in which the blog goes on hiatus so I can catch up on stuff, schedule post to get ahead, etc. I like to try & have at least 10 posts scheduled at any time, and well, if you haven’t noticed lately, there’s been a slow drifting of less post on Book.Blog.Bake. I’m still psyched about blogging, I just haven’t carved out time to sit down and blog lately. Plus, I’m starting classes at the end of the month, so it feels like a good time to try and get ahead.
I’ll also say that the blog is on hiatus, but I’m not on an internet hiatus otherwise. I’ll still be on twitter and Goodreads all the time.
See you in September!
Oh, July. You’ve been a strange one. This month felt like several months in one. There were two weeks where I was outside my normal routine. One week because the roof at my house was being replaced, and then I watched my sister’s house & pets for a week while she went on vacation, so […]
A History of Glitter and Blood by Hannah Moskowitz Expected Publication Date: August 5, 2015 Length: 280 pages Publisher: Chronicle Books Obtained Via: I received an advanced reader’s copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This in no way affected my final opinion of the work. Standalone View at the Traffic light: […]
My week of house-sitting for my sister didn’t end until Thursday, so I spent most of the week over there once again. Pros–fast internet, aka time to binge-watch on Netflix. Cons-Apparently I’m allergic to something in my sister’s house? My head was so stuffy the entire time! I’ve been home since Thursday morning and today […]
More Happy than Not by Adam Silvera Original Publication Date: June 2, 2015 Length: 304 pages Publisher: Soho Teen Obtained Via: Bought Standalone View at the Traffic light: The Leteo Institute’s revolutionary memory-relief procedure seems too good to be true to Aaron Soto — miracle cure-alls don’t tend to pop up in the Bronx projects. But Aaron can’t […]