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January 2021: Monthly Wrap-Up

Did it take me 3 tries to write the correct year in this post title? Maybe. January felt like it was both exceptionally long and also like it only lasted a week. I’m glad that it’s over and that my birthday month is finally here, even if I’m only planning to bake myself cupcakes and FaceTime with my...

October 2020: Monthly Wrap-Up

Happy November, friends! This October was a little strange since so many fall traditions had to be put on pause, but it was so nice to finally have cooler weather and brightly coloured leaves. I’m sad that spooky season is over, but I am pretty excited to start getting ready for Christmas. READING PROGRESS I’m excited to announce...

September 2020: Monthly Wrap-Up

My favourite month is finally here! Do I have any idea how we got to October so quickly? No. But between the falling leaves, vivid fall colours, and the lead-up to Halloween, I really can’t complain about the start of this new month. READING PROGRESS I’ve nearly reached my Goodreads goal for the year, and I’ve more than...

August 2020: Monthly Wrap-Up

I genuinely don’t know where the time (and the summer!) has gone. It’s slightly terrifying that it’s September already, but I’m ridiculously excited to put all of my sneakers away and start wearing Docs and cozy cardigans again. Reading Progress I was a little burned out in August, but I somehow managed to read 6 books. Three of...

July 2020: Monthly Wrap-Up

How is it already August? I feel like Canada Day was just yesterday, and now it’s nearly autumn. Reading Progress I’m somehow still ahead of my Goodreads reading challenge! I read 4 books this month, and two of these were backlist titles. I’m so glad that the library is open once again for curbside pickup — it’s so...

Black Lives Matter

On my personal social channels, I have been quite vocal in my support for Black Lives Matter. I want to clearly state that I, and Lavish Literature by extension, will always support Black Lives Matter. While I aim to create a welcoming space to discuss books, there is no place for injustice and prejudice here — or anywhere....