I have been on a historical fiction kick lately, which means that I'm sort of learning things while reading, which is kind of nice. Most of my reading is done via audiobook now because I just can't seem to find the time to sit down and read. Instead, I listen to books while commuting between... Continue Reading →
Although I had a bunch of time to write this week, I was feeling lazy and barely opened the blog at all. So here's a very quick and easy post of five books that caught my eye this week. I haven't posted all these pics on Instagram, so you saw it here first!
How many books have you re-read? If you have re-read books, please tell us the book's title and why you re-read it.
I'm going on vacation at the end of the month, and I want to make sure I have a number of different reading options while I'm attempting to both bask in and hide from the sun. UV rays and I have a complicated relationship. Middlegrade Book The Bonaventure Adventures by Rachelle Delaney: This ARC was left... Continue Reading →
Sorry for being absent so long, my readers. I have not abandoned blogging, but I'm finding it harder and harder to find time to do it these days. I'm going to try harder to at least write a review or two whenever I can. Months can go by so fast this time of year. Today's... Continue Reading →
It is highly unlikely that I'll ever end up trapped on an island, but if it ever does happen, I would hope to have the following books with me... Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen - I love this book even though I've read it a great number of times. I own multiple copies of... Continue Reading →
When I was younger I used to re-read all of my favourite books over and over again, mainly because I didn't have access to things like digital libraries and ever changing bookstores. It was a comfort to go back to those books each time, to find something new or relive the adventures with my favourite... Continue Reading →
There are some books out there in the literary world that I'm drawn to but completely afraid to try. Sometimes it's a fear that I won't be able to understand the author's intended message, or that I'll be bored to tears because I don't get it, or because there's so much hype around a book... Continue Reading →
Hey everyone, it's Tell a Fairytale Day! Since I don't plan on telling you all a tale, I thought I could list a few of the fairytale retellings that I hope to read soon. Deathless (Leningrad Diptych, #1) by Catherynne M. Valente - I'm intensely attracted to the covers of these books. I really like... Continue Reading →