Top Ten Tuesday: Flower Power?

Happy Tuesday!! Today's Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) is a book cover freebie, which means we can choose our own theme. Since it's the dead of winter here in freezing New England, I'd thought I would go with something a little more cheery and warm. Today I'll be sharing ten … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Flower Power?

SUNDAY SHOUT OUTS! | 2

In 2020, I'm challenging myself to get more involved in the blogging community. I've decided that one way I can do this is to do some shout outs to posts I really enjoy or that make me think. Right now I'm aiming to do this every other Sunday or so. There are so many amazing … Continue reading SUNDAY SHOUT OUTS! | 2

Dear AN ABSOLUTELY REMARKABLE THING by Hank Green: You’re awesome.

Dear An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green, Wow, I am so proud of you. See, I've been what they call a "Nerdfighter" for years. I started watching Hank and John Green on Youtube back when I was in middle school, and I loved the idea of being part of a community that was unabashedly and enthusiastically nerdy. When … Continue reading Dear AN ABSOLUTELY REMARKABLE THING by Hank Green: You’re awesome.

5 Classics for January

In this series, I recommend five classics each month that remind me of that particular time of the year. January has many sides in my mind: it's a bright new beginning, but it also means the continuation of the long New England winter. This month is often when we take a good long look at … Continue reading 5 Classics for January

Dear THE BOOKSHOP by Penelope Fitzgerald: You are a bittersweet circle

I bought my copy of you mainly because (a) it was on sale (b) it had a pretty cover, and (c) I can't resist a book about books. I distinctly remember starting you while sitting on park near my new apartment in the town where I attended law school. It was a beautiful late August day and, … Continue reading Dear THE BOOKSHOP by Penelope Fitzgerald: You are a bittersweet circle

Top Ten Tuesday: Helpful Bookish Hacks I Discovered in 2019

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday theme (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) asks us to share ten bookish discoveries we made in 2019. In the same vein, today I'm going to share eight helpful bookish hacks I discovered in 2019. These might seem simple or obvious, but sometimes you just need someone else to … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Helpful Bookish Hacks I Discovered in 2019

SUNDAY SHOUT OUTS! | 1

In 2020, I'm challenging myself to get more involved in the blogging community. I've decided that one way I can do this is to do some shout outs to posts I really enjoy or that make me think. Right now I'm aiming to do this every other Sunday or so. There are so many amazing … Continue reading SUNDAY SHOUT OUTS! | 1

Dear THE TESTAMENTS by Margaret Atwood: I was wrong about you…

Dear The Testaments by Margaret Atwood, Ever since I read your predecessor, The Handmaid's Tale, in high school I've wondered about the fate of Gilead and the many handmaids that are forced to live within its bounds. The the television series was made a few years ago I was glad that The Handmaid's Tale was gaining wider recognition and popularity, … Continue reading Dear THE TESTAMENTS by Margaret Atwood: I was wrong about you…

Top Ten Tuesday: 2020 TBR

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) is supposed to be about our most anticipated releases for the first half of 2020. However, because I'm horrible at keeping up with new releases I've instead decided to talk about the top ten books I'm hoping to read in 2020. Many of … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: 2020 TBR

Top Ten Books of the Last Decade (by release year)

Earlier this year, I created this Top Ten Tuesday post to share my favorite books released in the last ten years. Back then I hadn't yet read a book released in 2019, so I left that spot blank. But look at me now! 2019 is complete, and I have indeed read books publishe last year. … Continue reading Top Ten Books of the Last Decade (by release year)