A review of The Sleeping Bug by M.J. Brolly.
My plan is generally to only participate in one readathon per month, but the Winter Biannual Bibliothon is really just too amazing to resist. Like my TBR for the NewYearsathon, I’m going to list out a few books for several of these prompts so I have some choices. […]
Note: I’m going to be talking about the plots to the Scythe series in great detail, so don’t read this if you plan on reading these books (which you should, because they’re brilliant). So, I finished Thunderhead last night to end my NewYearsathon, and I have some thoughts. I thought […]
The fantastic Swift Coffee has nominated me for the Versatile Blogger award! I’m so excited and honored whenever I get a nomination for anything because that means someone is reading what I write. Everyone should definitely go check out her responses to the award here! Here are the […]
For those who missed my first post, I am wrapping up everything I read in 2018 with a ranked list, as well some brief impressions of each book. This portion of the list covers all of my four and five-star reads, and I’m quite impressed with just how […]
I see a lot of people doing best and worst 2018 book lists, and while I love this format and plan to do it in future years, my blog is new and I wanted to practice writing out my thoughts on books. Therefore, for this year’s wrap-up, I […]
I recently wrote about my 2019 reading goals and hinted that I had an idea for a book-related project that I wanted to start working on. Well, I am excited to introduce the bulk of what I plan on reading for the first three to six months of […]
A new year has officially begun, and with a new year comes a new set of challenges to shape my reading in 2019! Creating goals to accompany my reading from year to year is a balancing act. If I don’t set enough, I never push myself to try […]
A list of the books I plan to read for NewYearsathon and January in general.
This is just a quick post to show my intention to come back to writing after a long (really long) hiatus. I started this book blog back in 2016 because I wanted a space to talk about one of my favorite hobbies. Unfortunately, I didn’t have much time […]