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?
Inquiring minds would love to know! What are you reading this weekend? I just started The Dazzling Heights by Katharine McGee. It's the second book in The Thousandth Floor trilogy and I can already tell it's going to be good. I have a stack of books to read next just in case I happen to… Continue reading What Are You Reading This Weekend?
Here's what I'm planning to read this month, in no particular order... Eileen by Ottessa Moshfegh Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn Sheets by Breanna Thummler The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas NewsPrints by Ru Xu I've Got My Eyes on You by Mary Higgins Clark Not pictured are my requests from the library that… Continue reading My February TBR
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?
Only in the last year or so have I started making literary resolutions at the end of each year. Since getting more involved in Goodreads, specifically the annual reading challenge, I've become more purposeful with the books I choose to read and each year I want to challenge myself. Here are my Literary Resolutions for… Continue reading My 2019 Literary Resolutions
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
All of the reviews for The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware say not to read it at night. So I decided to crack it open this morning shortly after waking up, and I immediately became engrossed in the story. So did Georgia... This may be very normal cat behavior, but she has never… Continue reading Reading With Cats: A Love Story
Still Me by Jojo Moyes is the third installment of the Me Before You series. Last year, I did a combined book review for Me Before You and its sequel, After You because I read them so quickly. You can check that post out here. There will be some spoilers ahead, so fair warning if you… Continue reading Book Review: Still Me
What are you up to this weekend? I am still working my way through a few of the books I posted about in March, and hope to have a few of those reviews posted soon. This week I started reading Invisible: How Young Women with Serious Health Issues Navigate Work, Relationships, and the Pressure to… Continue reading Weekend Reads
Starting today, it is officially banned books week. The top ten banned books of 2016 are listed below. Have you read any of them? There were 323 challenges to books in 2016, and you can view past banned books lists here. The only one of these I have read is Looking for Alaska by John Green. Seeing it… Continue reading Banned Books Week