About Me

Gen The BookwormWelcome to Gen The Bookworm!

Hi there! I am Genevieve Trono. I am an avid reader, professional photographer, wife, and mom. I live in Vermont and I have been a lifelong book lover. I started reviewing books in 2015 and I decided to make it official with a website and social media account, @genthebookworm, in 2018.

I love connecting with other readers, authors, and publishers through this amazing reading community. In addition to being a bookworm, I love power walking with a friend (and our pup!), documenting our life with my iPhone, spending time with my family outside, and speed cleaning our house while listening to true crime podcasts and audiobooks. And above all, I think life is always better with a book.

You Can Find Me Online:

On Instagram: @genthebookworm

On Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/genthebookworm/

On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/genthebookworm/

On Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/genevieveelisabeth

Reading Life:

2020-03-19_0005As a child, my family owned a small bookstore and that is where a lot of my happy childhood memories are from. I spent many days after school reading in between the bookshelves. I loved the idea that books were a whole other world you could escape into, and I found so much comfort in books as a child. I was a huge fan of the Baby-Sitters Club and Judy Blume books, especially Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.

Book Reviewer:

NB6A2180.jpgIn my free time, I review books for publishing companies by reading advanced reader copies of soon-to-be-released books. I love helping generate buzz for books and making book recommendations based on genre or specific interests.

One of my favorite parts of this is being able to interact with authors on social media. It still gives me a thrill when they comment on something I have shared. There are many downsides to social media, but it also can help bring people together from all over the world in such a positive way.

Library books, Kindle Reading & More:

Gen The BookwormI love buying books but I a huge library reader and it has been such a great way to read books without feeling the bigger commitment of purchasing them first. I love getting a huge library haul and always having a few options to choose from. The Libby App has also been life-changing for me as a library and Ebook reader.

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I am a big Kindle reader and love how transportable it is. I read so much more during the day now that I have a Kindle because I always have something with me to read, day or night. I fit a lot of my reading in while I am on the go and often in short periods of time throughout the day…you can read more about that HERE.

Mood Reader…

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I am not a big planner with my reading and really like to read different genres depending on my mood. I have no problem trying out a book and stopping if it doesn’t seem like a good fit. There are too many amazing books to read one that you really aren’t enjoying.

Reading Genres:

book blogMy favorite genres to discuss include contemporary fiction, family sagas, domestic suspense/mysteries, memoirs, self-help, personal growth/development, and motherhood/parenting. I

I steer clear of fantasy, sci-fi and have a complicated relationship with psychological thrillers because I often am intrigued by them but rarely love them.

Hate Has No Home Here

One of the things I love about books is the places they are able to bring me. Books have opened my eyes to so many different cultures and ideas and they have been a big part of me becoming the person I am today.

So Many Books So Little Time…


I try so hard, but I don’t think my books will ever totally organized. I like seeing them all over my house, it makes me very happy.

Inspirational Quotes:

I love inspirational quotes and I also really try to share both the ups and downs of life. Life is better when you don’t feel alone and I always try to remember that. <3

If you would like to connect further, please reach out to me at genthebookworm@gmail.com or click HERE to contact me via my social media feeds & contact form.