Hello bookworms! Over the years my reading styles and tastes have changed quite a bit. I've noticed that these days... I'm less likely to force myself to read a book I'm not enjoying I take advantage of the resources at my local public library more frequently I've started reading more e-books than ever before What… Continue reading Planned Reading vs. Mood Reading
This past week was National Library Week, and April 21st was National Library Workers Day. It was very odd to be home during this time especially. Normally at work we are celebrating all week, specifically all the valuable contributions of library workers, and doing fun things but of course we can't do that in person this year.… Continue reading National Library Week 2020
Hello everyone! I typically do my library haul posts at the end of the week, but I worked over the weekend and came across a few titles that I couldn't resist sharing about! This mini-haul consisted of... Moral Compass by Danielle Steel I have been wanting to read Moral Compass for a while now and… Continue reading Monday Library Haul
Welcome to my very first Library Haul of 2020! I hope everyone had a great holiday and New Year's! I don't know about you, but I am more than ready to get back to normal life 🙂 Here's what I brought home from the library this week... City of Ghosts by Victoria Schwab It Ends With… Continue reading Weekly Library Haul
Happy Sunday everyone! I'm back with another Weekly Library Haul. Here's what I got from the library this week... As Always, Julia: The Letters of Julia Child and Avis DeVoto: Food, Friendship, and the Making of a Masterpiece by Joan Reardon and Avis DeVoto A Crash of Fate by Zoriada Cordova Wicked Fox by Kat… Continue reading Weekly Library Haul
I got a fair amount of books from the library this week - and this isn't including the six books I checked out for reference for a paper I'm writing...! Here's the fun stuff I got this week... Best Babysitters Ever: The Good, the Bad and the Bossy by Caroline Cala The Complete Chi's Sweet… Continue reading Weekly Library Haul
When you are surrounded by books all day every day, it's impossible not to end up checking out a handful each week! Here's what I got from the library this week... The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton Screen Queens by Lori Goldstein With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett… Continue reading Weekly Library Haul
It's the first weekend of summer! Not exactly my favorite season because of living in the desert and whatnot, but I'm secretly glad we're inching forward to cooler months now 😉 This weekend I'll be reading... Alice In the Know by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Turning Point by Danielle Steel If I happen to finish either,… Continue reading What Are You Reading This Weekend?
What are the signs of a well-loved book? Is it the dog-eared pages, the notes scribbled in the margins, or the heavily creased spine indicating that the book has been read more than once? Or is it the pristine hardback that sits on your bookshelf without a speck of dust and hardly any signs of… Continue reading What Are the Signs of a Well-Loved Book?
It is an awful thing not to be able to finish reading a book. Not by circumstance, but by your own will. I try to give every new book that I read fifty pages of my time before deciding whether or not I will continue reading it. Sometimes it takes more pages to decide, and… Continue reading To All the Books I’ve Tried to Read Before