The Bookish Easter Basket OF MY DREAMS *hint hint* | Get Up Offa That Slump Extravaganza 

So basically I missed 90% of the blogging extravaganza because I got the flu. So. Sorry. 

Here’s today’s blurb:

Here’s the prompt: March 27 is Easter, and Easter, among other things, means a bunny delivers you a basket filled with goodies. What would be in your basket? And please, feel free to make our wallets weep because we will want All The Things and need them Immediately.

OR, you can Tell Us Your Ways: As we all know, blogging isn’t easy. Sometimes it’s hard to write a post, other times it’s hard to stay organized and keep up with everything that goes into blogging–it’s almost like you need a system to help keep the flow going. If you have any methods to help make blogging work and keep it the most enjoyable and actually do stuff, please share your ways and cheat sheet!

Prepare yourselves for the basket of my Easter-ly dreams. Feel free to make them a reality. *winky face* *hint hint* *please please*

The Library Art Print by Bookworm Botique

Okay, I’ll accept absolutely anything from Bookworm Botique BUT THIS DESIGN HAS MY HEART. Because a) Disney and b) my walls need something magical to spruce them up and c) DISNEY DISNEY DISNEY.
Enjorlas (Les Miserables) Throw Pillow by katwhisky


Honestly. What’s not to love? It’s even huggable! It’s huggable cynicism!


I won’t even eat these. I’d just stare at their majestic beauty and drool. And cry. 

HA. Just kidding. I’d totally eat them.

  Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare and The Winner’s Kiss by Marie Rutkoski

I am broke.

So broke.

Ergo, these books are not in my possession. The person to change that shall be crowned owner of my soul. I will sell my soul for these books.


What would be in your scrumptious Easter basket? Books? Puppies? Abnormally large chickpeas? Are you broke like me? Are you randomly rich and in the mood for philanthropy in which case PICK ME PICK ME PICK ME.

This Valentine’s Day, Let YA Books Fill the Romantic Void in Your Life


Eponine was pathetic. But you don’t have to be! YA books are here to keep you from being shot to save this scrawny, pathetic, heartsick Marius who no one really likes anyway excuse me I’m sorry but why is everyone ignoring Enjorlas  being sad and alone on Valentine’s Day. I’ve even compiled a list to fill that romantic void you have. You’re welcome.  

Sophie Kinsella smashes rom-coms and books together. 

Rom-Com. Plus book. Together. As one. Sophie Kinsella’s hilarity bleeds through into all her books, and an adorable little romance is always present.

If you’re looking for a fluffy and funny read, any of Sophie Kinsella’s books are perfect for you.

Stephanie Perkins will vomit cuteness into your life.

Paris. San Fransisco. New York. Not only are their some of the most beautiful, magical cities in the world featured in her books, scrumptious romances are too.

Looking adorableness in a delicious book form? Stephanie Perkins has got you covered.


Morgan Matson will make you laugh. Then cry.

Coming-of-age magic with a little romance madness, how could anyone resist. Morgan Matson makes you feel things.

Laughter. Tears. That’s a Morgan Matson for ya.


Everything Jenny Han is Adorable.

JENNY HAN. So. There’s delicious awkwardness, scrumptious sister-bonding, and the perfect rom-com romance. 

Awkward. Adorable. Jenny Han is the master.

Just One Day by Gayle Forman is perfection in Just One Book.

What do I love? Wanderlust. What else do I love? Coming-of-age deliciousness. And to top it all off—romance. 

Just One Day is so good you’ll want to eat it.

Les Miserables by Victor Hugo

Ha. Just kidding. This one might take you a little longer than a day to read.

See? Now you won’t be on your own for Valentine’s Day. You’re welcome, chum.

How are you going to be spending Valentine’s Day? (With one of these books, of course.)