Happy Women’s History Month! I love this month in particular because it is not only the start of Spring (which is my favorite season) but you also get a great collection of new releases being published, particularly in the diverse and feminist factor. With a highly engrossing and shocking nonfiction book misogyny to the high anticipated sequel to a bestselling teen mystery, here are some great book recommendations that will help you defrost from the cold winter and jump into the exciting new chapter of spring reading!Continue reading “Books to Read This Month: March Edition”
The cold winter (and a pandemic that doesn’t seem to have no end) has gotten you down? Maybe an anthology of powerful black voices, a mysterious death, a teenage disappearance and magical milliner can help makes this short month more bearable? Beat the winter blues by adding these exciting new releases to your TBR shelf.
P.S. I’m currently reading Destination Anywhere by Sara Barnard and I’m already feeling amazing emotions about it!Continue reading “Books to Read This Month: February Edition”
The Regency Era is a hot topic right now, especially with the highly popular Netflix series, Bridgerton making waves with audiences. So, of course, there will be a high enthusiasm for regency romances, from the classics (like Jane Austen) to the contemporary authors (like Alyssa Cole and Julia Quinn).
But haven’t you ever wonder what the Regency era really was like? Want to discover the characteristics, the personalities and the momentous occasions that made this era just so memorable? If watching Bridgerton made you want to become an amateur historian of the Regency, here are some great book reccommendations to help you get started:Continue reading “For the Love of the Regency: 10 Nonfiction Books Perfect for Bridgerton Fans”
It is the the start of the new year and you promised yourself that will try to read more books in 2021 but you just don’t know where to start! Don’t fret! I’m here to give you a chance to start your reading goals by showing you a glimpse of great books that will come out this month. From the anticipated YA novel from a bestselling author to a retelling of a gothic classic, you’ll have a hard time putting these exciting books down and may reach your goal halfway!Continue reading “Books to Read This Month: January Edition”
It’s already the first day of the new year and not only should you be excited in starting a new chapter (2020 was kind of a mess, huh?) but you should also be excited about a slew of exciting new books being released this year. So get ready for your TBR pile to get bigger, because after you read these synopsis, you can’t help but adding these titles to your Goodreads account:Continue reading “The Best Books to Look Out For in 2021”
You can definitely say 2020 was a year. Although we are definitely eager to forget the chaos and the mayhem that this crazy year has brought us, 2020 is a year that has introduced me to great reads that has brought me so much joy and and really got me through these troubled times.
So from heartbreaking, compelling novels in verse to pirate adventures on the high sea, here are the books that made the best of this crazy year:Continue reading “Cup of Tea’s Best Books of 2020: Adult and Teen Books”
Today is Jane Austen’s birthday! And there is no better way to celebrate the great novelist by reading great books about her. So curl up in your favorite reading chair and raise a cup of tea to our favorite author and see why over these past 200 years, her legacy endures on:Continue reading “16 Books to Read on Austen’s Birthday”
It’s here! Announcing the winners of the 12th Annual Goodreads Choice Awards. According to Goodreads, 5,674,480 votes were cast.
Some of my choices made it through, but there are some winners that I don’t wholeheartedly agree with. However, it does appear to be a well-rounded award list:Continue reading “2020 Goodreads Choice Awards Winners”
Welcome to What I’ve Been Reading Lately, a feature where I’ll be giving short reviews of what I’m currently reading:Continue reading “What I’ve Been Reading Lately: August 7”