Favorite 2021 New-to-Me Authors 🖋 

 ðŸ–‹ Hi, guys! I hope you’re having a wonderful day, full of the best readings & the most wonderful moments! ❤️ Today, I’m super excited to be writing a new end of the year post, I’m a little late with these because honestly, I’ve been having a lot of work ðŸ¥º, but it’s all for a good cause, and soon I hope to be able to share my plans for the next year with you regarding my personal life (very exciting plans… ðŸ˜Š). But well, I’ll take every moment I have to write my posts and obviously share with you my bookish thoughts, I’ll also be checking your posts as I’ve missed doing it these past few days. Now, back to today’s post, I’ll be sharing with you my list of favorite “new to me” authors I’ve read during 2021. ðŸ™ŒðŸ» 
I love doing this kind of post as I think authors deserve their own recognition from time to time. and this time I’ll be talking about 5 I have come to read for the first time this year and have loved completely for one thing or another, that I’ll be clarifying throughout the post. Each of them is in this post because I think they’re extremely talented and because I’ve connected with their style and stories on another level, also because they’re all authors I would love to continue reading in the future. ðŸ¥° 
In addition to highlighting the authors I have enjoyed for the first time this year, I’ll also show you the works I’ve read by them and talk a bit about some of the characteristics or factors that made me love their styles. I’ll also leave some links that might interest you. ðŸ‘ðŸ» ðŸ‘ðŸ» ðŸ‘ðŸ»   
Thanks for being here with me for another post, and always supporting me, I love you, you’re wonderful.
 ðŸ’• I hope you enjoy it a lot and without further ado, I’m excited to share these authors and their work with you, so let’s get started! ðŸ–‹ 

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July Wrap Up & August TBR | Leaving my Reading Slump Behind, Plus: Exciting & Ambitious Reading Plan (Secret TBR Announcement!) â„️

❄️ Hi, guys! I hope you’re having a wonderful day filled with the best readings & obviously, I hope you all had a beautiful past month!❤️ Today I’ve returned with one of my favorite posts to share with you my Wrap Up of the month, where I tell you all about what I’ve read during the month of July, plus: What I’m going to read in the month of August!. I can’t believe it’s August already, guys! What’s going on? This 2021 is going by too fast, really, but well, we’ll have to take advantage of every moment then and, above all, give it our all with our readings… WE GOT THIS! 💪🏻 This is my first year since I started reading that I’m reading such a small amount of books, so in some way, it’s hard for me because I would love to read more. Still, on the other hand, I understand I’m prioritizing many other things, especially myself, you know? I’m choosing not to put unnecessary pressure on myself, and that also makes me feel proud and is something I recommend, without a doubt, so in summary, I’m okay reading little this year; the important thing is that I’ve found amazing readings so far, high-quality readings I sincerely appreciate, and I hope that continues to be so!!! 😍 
Before I start, I wanted to thank you very much for all the love and support; I told you that I was going through a difficult situation, I wasn’t feeling well, and I thank you deeply for the concern and the beautiful words you’ve had for me,
thank you SO much; you’ll always have an important place in my heart as my wonderful bookish family. 🥺 I feel much more positive about this month, and I know that everything will be more than fine not only for me but for you too. 🥰

Today’s post is going to be a little bit different than usual, this time I’ve chosen not to show you entirely my whole plan for this month, as I’ll be doing another post about it, which I’ll tell you a little bit more about at the end of this post, I hope you’re as excited as I am because this will involve you in some way. I think that’s super fun; I can’t wait. 🙌🏻 🙌🏻 I wanted to do something different, too, because I just came off a reading slump, and we all know they’re the worst, so I wanted to keep myself motivated to continue my reading enthusiasm, which has been coming back quite a bit during the month of July and that’s definitely the best news! 🌟 
So, this month I’ve read 3 whole books, almost 4; I would say I’m actually reading something right now, I’m about to finish it, though, but I’ll still be counting it for this mont
☺️; I hope that’s not cheating 😅. Anyway, I’ll be telling you more about it next. I’ve been re-reading, which I think is the best remedy for when you feel slumpy; I highly recommend it; it always works wonders with me, so obviously this time it worked too, and I’m back to that state I love so much when I’m really excited to pick up a book and read it, you know? I’ve also been reading new releases this past month, which I’m excited to tell you about, and another book I finished in July as well, and although I already share with you my thoughts, we’ll also go over it again in this post.

Drinking Coffee GIF by Sara Dietschy

I hope you’re super comfortable sitting with your favorite drink and, of course, that you enjoy the post that I made with lots of love as always. As I mentioned before, I’ll be telling you a bit of what I’ve read in the month of July. Although I do plan to share some of my “possible reads,” I choose this time to mostly keep the little secret of what I’ll be reading in its entirety but still stay tuned because I’ll be announcing it with more details at the end of this post. 😊 Thank you so much for always being there for me, and without further ado, LET’S GET STARTED! ❄️

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Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag | 2021 â›…️

⛅️ Hi guys, I hope you’re having a great day, full of the best reads.❤️ Today, guess what? I bring you one of the most iconic book tags of the community, the Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag!!! Where I’ll share with you a lot of info about my reads of the year so far, from those books I loved to those that disappointed me, and more fun stuff.  😍
I’m super excited to share this post with you because besides being fun to do, I also like to know your opinions and then chat a bit about it; I think that’s also the fun part of this process.
It’s also an excellent way to see how I’ve been doing it during the year with regards to the books I’ve been reading and all that; anyway, I won’t be stressing about it, I’ll just focus on making it fun, and maybe it will be fun for you too. 😊 
I’ve been tagged to do this by
Caro from Bookcheshirecat  🌹 & Amy from A Fangirl’s Opinion, so thank you SO much, my beautiful friends, for having me in mind and tag me; otherwise, I’m a mess and always forget to do the tag lol. Of course, you can’t miss their blogs, both are beautiful, and their content is fantastic so you won’t regret it.  👏🏻👏🏻 

So before I start, as always, I like to take a little moment to thank you for being there in every post, commenting and supporting my content, also
thank you so much for the constant love; I swear I feel it deep inside my heart, and I appreciate it immensely. 🥰
Now, without further ado, remember I LOVE to know what you think, so feel free to let me know everything and LET’S GET STARTED! I’m excited and a little nervous; it will be fun.
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Book Review | Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas

TitleCemetery Boys

ByAiden Thomas

SeriesNO

Pages352

Published: September 1st, 2020

BySwoon Reads

GenreYA – Magic – Contemporary (LGBT+ Characters) – Romance

Buy itBook Depository | Amazon


Yadriel has summoned a ghost, and now he can’t get rid of him.

When his traditional Latinx family has problems accepting his gender, Yadriel becomes determined to prove himself a real brujo. With the help of his cousin and best friend Maritza, he performs the ritual himself, and then sets out to find the ghost of his murdered cousin and set it free.

However, the ghost he summons is actually Julian Diaz, the school’s resident bad boy, and Julian is not about to go quietly into death. He’s determined to find out what happened and tie up some loose ends before he leaves. Left with no choice, Yadriel agrees to help Julian, so that they can both get what they want. But the longer Yadriel spends with Julian, the less he wants to let him leave.

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June Wrap Up & July TBR | Trying to get out of a Reading Slump: Re-Readings, Most Anticipated Books & 5 Star Predictions! â„️

 â„️ Hi, guys! I hope you’re having a wonderful day filled with the best readings & obviously, I hope you all had a beautiful past month! ❤️ Today I’ve returned with one of my favorite posts to share with you my Wrap Up of the month, where I tell you all about what I’ve read during the month of June, plus: What I’m going to read in the month of July!. ðŸ¥°  I come from a very difficult month in personal terms, there have been significant changes in my life and I’m trying to get back to my center and to “normality” so to speak, so… no doubt, I’ve been super distracted and away from my reading. This month I have no excuses, I’ve read very little, but still I’m proud of myself and I’ll not be too hard on myself either because I know that sometimes life gets in the way and there are other things that you have to take care of, right? I wanted to share this with you, maybe at some point I would like to talk more in depth since my blog is a reflection of me, it’s always important for me to be honest and open, but always of course, respecting my time, so when I feel ready we’ll talk more about my life and what’s happening right now, for now I ask you to send me a lot of that beautiful energy that you always give me and everything will be fine, you know I’m very positive and that will not change. 🥺 ðŸ¥º ðŸ¥º 


I wanted to start from the beginning telling you where I am, so you know and then leave it behind to continue, as always, with the best energy and all the enthusiasm that I always want to transmit with my blog.✨
I want to tell you that, on the other hand, this month has been great for me in terms of posts,
I think I’ve done my best and I’ve managed to upload more posts despite being busy, so YAY FOR ME! 🥳 I think next month I hope it will also be very good in terms of posts and content since I’ll have a little more free time to dedicate to my beloved space in the world. 😍 
In terms of reading, despite having a beautiful TBR planned all dedicated to Pride Month, I haven’t gotten to finish even one of those books (sad for ever), but I did get to read my two ARCs which is a good thing. I OBVIOUSLY want to read those books still, so I’ll plan something special soon to read them, maybe a 24hs reading or a personal readathon, like a challenge, it would be fun, I’ll be telling you more about it in the future. 😊 So yeah,
I’ve read 2 books, both, as I mentioned before, ARCs, and both Really Good, I really enjoyed them a lot, but besides telling you a little bit about them today, I also want to share with you that I’m in the middle of reading one book and I’m loving it! I hope I can finish it this month, so I can share my review, I really can’t wait. 👏🏻

Despite being in the middle of an interesting and unexpected Reading Slump (lol) I’m not going to let it beat me and I’ll be going into a fun challenge I’ve set for myself this month, I plan to not only read, of course, but I want to try to read a little variety within the following categories: Two Re-Reads, Two New Releases & Two 5-Star Predictions! ðŸ™ŒðŸ»
I’m super excited to share this month with you and see how I’m doing in terms of reading, I’ll be putting 6 books on my TBR this month within the above categories and the challenge is to try to read each one of them. I‘ve proposed this to myself as I feel that in the previous months I’ve been neglecting my TBR, so I would like to refocus and also I think it’s a fun way to overcome my Reading Slump.
So wish me luck, I think I will need it! ðŸ˜„ 

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I don’t want to make this introduction any longer than it already is, I’m dying to share with you everything I’ll be reading as well as both ARCs I’ve read and my current reading. Thank you, thank you, thank you SO MUCH for the love, support and understanding of every day ❤️, you’re wonderful and don’t let anyone make you believe otherwise. I love YOU and without further ado, let’s begin! ❄️

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May Wrap Up & June TBR | My First Readathon of the Year, LGBTQ+ Books & Trying to Avoid a Reading Slump ðŸ‚

 ðŸ‚ Hi, guys! I hope you’re having a wonderful day filled with the best readings & obviously, I hope you all had a beautiful past month! ❤️ Today I’ve returned with one of my favorite posts to share with you my Wrap Up of the month, where I tell you all about what I’ve read during the month of May, plus: What I’m going to read in the month of June!. ðŸ¥° Where has this month gone, guys? I feel like yesterday was the day I uploaded my previous Wrap Up and TBR, it’s crazy how fast this year is going by, really WOW, we have to know how to enjoy each day to the fullest. So I don’t have much to tell you about this month, I think that more than anything the things that are happening in my country have impacted me a bit, in general, I’m very positive about the world even though I’m also very aware of everything happening, I always try to put the best face to the situation, but this time it has touched me a little more since my country has returned to Phase one, I’m from Argentina, for those who don’t know yet, so, yeah, everything has returned to Phase one and having a commercial business right now is a new challenge that I’m facing ðŸ˜”, but I know that soon we’ll come out of this all together and stronger, I always have a lot of faith and I hope that the new restrictions are for the better. ðŸ’ªðŸ»

In the midst of all this that’s happening out in the world, I’ve been trying to read, but again I feel I haven’t read as much as I would have liked, even so, I’m happy because I know that I always give my best and I’m at this stage where I allow myself to rest and focus more on myself and it’s also important to remind ourselves that putting ourselves first is essential ðŸ’ž, but I do want to share with you that by the end of the month I’ve been able to achieve a very good balance between blogging, reading and working, so I’m super happy on that side because they’re those little achievements that I always talk to you about and that mean a lot. 😄 


I have very exciting plans for the month of June, I feel optimistic that I’ll be able to achieve each of my goals this time, so I’m dying to share a little with you. ðŸ‘ðŸ»ðŸ‘ðŸ»ðŸ‘ðŸ» On the one hand, I’ve already thought of some blog posts, there’s a discussion one that has me super excited, where we’ll talk super honestly about blogging and our personal projects, but I also wanted to do something fun and original with respect to my list posts and recommendations, plus: maybe some book tags finally lol. On the other hand, I’ll be participating in the #LGBTQMonth which is a readathon hosting by Ross from Royal Bookshelf, he has created a super fun board to follow, where the main goal is, of course, to read books with characters or authors belonging to the LGBT+ community, so if you want to check it out, you should do it! you still have time to participate since this readathon lasts the whole month of June. ðŸŒˆ This has me super excited, I’ve already planned an amazing and diverse stack that I’ll be sharing with you below. I was also looking forward to some readathon this month as I’ve been feeling a bit slumpy, so I think it can be an entertaining way to get back to my reading rhythm and stay on track. ðŸ˜Š I also thought that it would be a good idea to re-read a favorite, so even though I’ll not be putting here the books that I possibly want to re-read, I’ll keep it in mind if I need it during the month and I’ll share it with you too, you know re-reading is for me THE PERFECT WAY to get out of a reading slump, so without a doubt it’s a possibility for me. ðŸŒŸ 

You Got This Just Do It GIF by Rosanna Pansino

As for my readings of the month, I’ve read 4 books, which is quite avarenge, not bad, and I’m glad to see that I’m always quite varied in terms of genres and even formats, so I like that cause allows me to share different aspects of each book with you & I’ve also enjoyed all of them which is always something to celebrate!!! ðŸ¥³ Before starting with the post I want to thank you very deeply for the support and love in each comment and of course with each like and visit as in each shared post. ðŸ¥º I appreciate so much that you’re there for me each month and I hope to be giving you back a little of the same, I LOVE YOU, you’re wonderful & without further ado, we all have a wonderful month ahead of us, so let’s start planning it together!!! LET’S GO!!! ðŸ‚ 

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September 2020 New Book Releases ðŸ”¥

 ðŸ”¥ Hi guys, I hope you’re having a wonderful day, surrounded by the best readings!! ❤️  Today I’m bringing you one of my favorite posts where I show you my most anticipated new releases of the month. ðŸ¥°  I’m SO excited to be this 2020 sharing with you, is really a blessing, so I hope you enjoy these posts and find some new books to add to your endless TBR because as I always say: Good for the soul but bad for the walletright? But it’s what we love …BOOKS AND MORE BOOKS, so I hope you enjoy it. The books I choose to add here are just some that I would love to read at some point because they sound like something I’ll personally enjoy, so without more further ado, let’s start! ðŸ”¥

 â˜€ï¸ Many of the releases were already ready to come out in September have been postponed due to COVID and due to everything that’s happening in the world right now. So I’ll let you know if some of these dates change, as well as I’ll not be including some of those titles that have already been confirmed as postponed ðŸ˜Š 

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