My June Reads

Just under the wire, here are the books I read last month—and my honest thoughts about them. Happy reading! Colorfully yours, Haley Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid—4/5  Surf, sand, and siblings: the recipe for a very solid beach read. From the ‘80s to the present day, we learn about the famous Riva family’s secrets—and […]

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My May Reads

I’m fully aware that I owe you guys both my May and my June reads—sorry—but this one should occupy you for a while. So head to your local library or bookstore on the way to the beach and get reading! Colorfully yours, Haley Good Girl, Bad Blood by Holly Jackson—4/5  In all honesty, I usually […]

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My April Reads

Me, late with a blog post? Shocking! This is definitely the overall highest-rated roundup I’ve posted so far, so get to the library ASAP, friends. Happy reading! Colorfully yours, Haley Oxygen by Carol Cassella—4/5 If you’re squeamish about medical topics, this one probably isn’t for you—but my curious brain ate it right up. It’s a […]

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My March Reads

A day late…but hopefully not a dollar short. Happy reading, friends! Colorfully yours, Haley We Are the Brennans by Tracey Lange—3.5/5 I obviously had no choice but to read this. Not only do I share a last name with the characters, but my dad has always said the phrase “We are the Brennans” when he […]

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My February Reads

I was hoping to get this posted while it was still February, but I feel like one week into March basically counts. Happy reading! Colorfully yours, Haley All the Money in the World by Robert Anthony Siegel—2/5 Friends have been telling me to track my books on Goodreads for a while now. But, I like(d) […]

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Everything I’ve Read So Far in 2021

It’s no secret that I’m a bookworm. That’s why book reviews have always been a feature I’ve tried to keep up with on the blog. Since January, though, I’ve been breezing through books and keeping note of titles, but haven’t taken the time to sit back and talk about them. I recently did a poll […]

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Book Review: Campaign Widows

As we approach the most important election this country has ever held, to say things are politically charged would be a gross understatement. I’m sure I’m not alone in that I feel torn between the need to stay informed on all things political and the desire to hide under the covers, pretending it’s not happening. […]

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