7 Tips to Grow Your Bookstagram

In an effort to expand my #bookstagram reach, I decided to join one of the free webinars that aim to help grow your social media accounts. I currently have over 2,500 followers on The Lexington Bookie’s Instagram– it blows my… Read More ›


May Monthly Wrap-Up

This month has been unbelievably hectic. A roadtrip, a wedding, family vacation, birthdays, and work work work. Lots of audiobooks this month and some Kindle reading because I have been on the go, go, go! First, let’s review what I’ve… Read More ›

What even is a Book Blogger?

Over the last three years I have been blogging about books and bookish things, and my friends and family have been aware of that fact. However, recently I’ve gotten more serious about this hobby of mine, and they’ve started to… Read More ›

February Monthly Wrap-Up

Hello everybody! Here’s my little update about all the things that I accomplished (or attempted to anyway) over the course of the past month! February was a pretty sucky weather month in Kentucky- rain, cold, rain, more cold, ice storm,… Read More ›

The River by Peter Heller

Thank you to NetGalley and Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group for providing this eARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warning: This novel and review discuss the following: wildfires, abuse, death, murder. Goodreads Rating: 3 Stars Review: Two best friends,… Read More ›

The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn

Trigger Warning: This novel and review discuss the following: anxiety, agoraphobia, death, murder. Goodreads Rating: 3 Stars Review: For as long as you all have known me, you can count on the fact that there are very few psychological murder… Read More ›

January Monthly Wrap-Up

As usual, I don’t know where the month has gone. Just when I think I’m ahead of my reading/blogging schedule, I’m hustling to catch up! It’s been both challenging to stay a step ahead and motivating to keep me reading…. Read More ›

How #Bookstagram Helped Me Find a Book Club In Real Life

I joined bookstagram about six months ago, and I absolutely love the community (the algorithm on the other hand…. Grr!). I love how supportive everyone is, how nice it is to see a feed full of books and bookish things,… Read More ›

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