Tags

The “I Dare You” Tag

Very excited to do the I Dare You tag today. These questions look like fun ones! Thanks so much to Mary @ Mary and the Words for tagging me. What book has been on your shelf the longest? A hard question! Probably Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling, which I remember receiving as a… Continue reading The “I Dare You” Tag

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Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Extraordinary Book Titles

Happy Tuesday!! This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic asks us to share ten extraordinary book titles. I took “extraordinary” to mean long or unusual in some way. These are the titles I’ve come up with! What do you think of my list? What a book with an extraordinary title that you’ve read recently? Let me… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Extraordinary Book Titles

Bookish, challenges

Rory Gilmore Reading Challenge | Update 2

It's been two years since I last updated this list?!?! And three years since I posted my introduction to the Rory Gilmore reading challenge?!?! I'm very intrigued to see where I stand with this list (all the books Rory is seen reading/mentions in Gilmore Girls). On with my second update! In alphabetical order, the 339… Continue reading Rory Gilmore Reading Challenge | Update 2

Feminist Fridays

Feminist Fridays: In which I GUSH about EVERYTHING I KNOW ABOUT LOVE by Dolly Alderton

Has this Feminist Fridays feature just turned into me talking about memoirs written by women? Maybe. Am I apologizing for it? ABSOLUTELY NOT. Today's post is just going to be absolutely gushing about how much I adored Dolly Alderton's Everything I Know About Love. Published in 2018, this memoir covers everything from growing up in the suburbs to parties,… Continue reading Feminist Fridays: In which I GUSH about EVERYTHING I KNOW ABOUT LOVE by Dolly Alderton

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday?: The ONE character trait I would most love to read about…

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) asks us to share ten character traits that we love. Instead, I thought I would do something a little different this week. Thinking about potential character traits to talk about in my hypothetical list made me realize that there is one… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday?: The ONE character trait I would most love to read about…

Bookish

5 Classics for October

In this series, I recommend five classics each month that remind me of that particular time of the year. Of course, there's one word that automatically comes to mind when thinking about the month of October: spooky! What better way to ring in the Halloween season than by reading some spooky books? Here are my… Continue reading 5 Classics for October

Books

GOOD OMENS by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman | Review

One second, I graduated college. The next second, it seemed like everyone on earth was suddenly obsessed with Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, both in novel and television series form. Eager to know what everyone was gushing about, I quickly hopped aboard this angelic/demonic train and listened to the audiobook. First, I would highly recommend this… Continue reading GOOD OMENS by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman | Review

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles with Numbers

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) is very specific: book titles with numbers. When I first started making this list, I figured it would be easy. However, now I'm not so sure... It was surprisingly difficult to find ten books with numbers in their titles that I had… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles with Numbers

Discussion

Why are hot beverages so aesthetically pleasing?

Ah, the age old question: Why are hot beverages so aesthetically pleasing? This might seem like a completely random and useless question to ask, especially on a book blog, but hear me out. As the weather has gotten colder here in New England, I’ve noticed a significant increase in the number of hot beverages photographed… Continue reading Why are hot beverages so aesthetically pleasing?

Feminist Fridays

Feminist Fridays: Abbi Jacobson on women in the workplace, anxiety, and personal identity

I read Abbi Jacobson’s memoir I Might Regret This without knowing anything more about her other than what was in the biographical blurb on the back cover. One of my best friends read this book and then immediately recommended it to me and actually gave me her physical copy, which is how I knew she meant business. People… Continue reading Feminist Fridays: Abbi Jacobson on women in the workplace, anxiety, and personal identity