National Book Lovers Day

Hello fellow bibliophiles! Today is the day to celebrate our great love: books. Now I personally celebrate books every time I pick one up, whether to buy it, read it or to rearrange it on one of my bookshelves. But today is special because we all put down our phones and refrain from turning on... Continue Reading →

Book Review: “The Nightingale”

I read this book from a recommendation and was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked it. I have never been a huge historical fiction person, but I really enjoyed this story and got to a point where I couldn't put it down. I even ended up purchasing the book after my library borrow time... Continue Reading →

World Book Day Recommendations

In honor of World Book Day I want to give my top five book recommendations. I could recommend a long list of books but these are five that I find to be great reads for anyone. I realized just the other day that I ask people for book recommendations a lot and I'm always grateful... Continue Reading →

Day 2 of 5 Days of Love

In case you didn't already know from reading this blog, I love getting cozy with a book and getting lost in another world. I Love Reading I love reading and in the past year I've even expanded my reading repertoire and have been using Goodreads like a social media platform. I grew up without internet... Continue Reading →

Book Review: “Pumpkinheads”

Book thirty eight of my 2019 Reading Challenge. Rainbow Rowell's Pumpkinheads I've really enjoyed reading Rainbow Rowell's novels and when I found out she had a graphic novel coming out that was fall oriented I was very excited. And I wasn't disappointed. Rowell's writing paired with the illustrations is witty and fun and everything you... Continue Reading →

Book Review: “The Paper Menagerie”

Book thirty six of my 2019 Reading Challenge. Ken Liu's The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories Short stories are always great to read because they're short and a quick to finish for most readers. They let you get a taste of a story without the commitment of an entire novel. Unfortunately, for me, a book... Continue Reading →

Book Review: “Yes Please”

Book thirty five of my 2019 Reading Challenge. Amy Poehler's Yes Please I didn't think I'd like non-fiction and biographies in particular but with this reading challenge I wanted to try some new things. Amy Poehler's biography about her life as a comedian and mom was one that I enjoyed a lot. I mean, who... Continue Reading →

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