Category: books

Best Books I Read So Far in 2019

I recently wrote about my ten least favorite books of the year so far, so it seems only appropriate to write about my ten favorites, as well.  I’m quite fortunate this year, as I already have over ten five-star reads, and several of them are new favorites of […]

Worst Books Read in 2019 So Far

Recently, I ranked the video games I played so far in 2019 and had a lot of fun with it.  At first, I thought about doing this for the books I read, as well, but I soon realized that I have read close to seventy books and it […]

The Book Junkie Trials TBR

I haven’t done a lot of reading lately because nothing has caught my eye in a while.  One of the best ways to get out of a slump and find some new favorite books, however, is often to throw myself into a new readathon, so I decided at […]

Non-Fiction To-Read List!

Recently, I made a post where I discussed the issues I have with getting into the world of non-fiction.  My post ended with vowing to add at least one non-fiction title into my reading every month for the rest of the year.  With that in mind, I wanted […]

Stories in the End – Daily Inkling Response

One of my favorite blogs, Normal Happenings, does this amazing feature called Daily Inklings.  Every day, he posts a writing prompt and encourages others in the blogging community to respond.  I have been meaning to try out an inkling for ages, but the opportunity has finally arisen, as the Stories […]

A Darker Shade of Magic: PotterAlikes Review

Title:  A Darker Shade of Magic Author:  V.E. Schwab Release Date:  February 24, 2015 Number of Pages:  400 Description: “Kell is one of the last Antari—magicians with a rare, coveted ability to travel between parallel Londons; Red, Grey, White, and, once upon a time, Black. Kell was raised […]

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Top Five Tuesday: Books I Want to Reread!

I’m not great at rereading books.  Anytime I consider revisiting an old favorite, I think about whether the title I’m about to pick up has aged well, or whether the time I would spend on a reread would be better put towards trying something new.  Regardless, there are […]