Top Ten Tuesday: Strangest Books I've Read

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) is a genre freebie. Since times are quite strange right now--certainly the strangest times that I've ever lived through--I'm going to share the ten strangest books I've ever read. This doesn't mean that these books are bad, just a bit... bizarre. I've … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Strangest Books I've Read

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

Books I Wished I Had Been Assigned to Read as an English Major

In less than a week I graduate with a bachelor's degree in English, and it's a very bittersweet moment for me. Although I am very excited to move onto another chapter of my life, I'm also sad to leave my amazing friends and the lovely Wheaton community behind. However, the end of undergrad also marks … Continue reading Books I Wished I Had Been Assigned to Read as an English Major

Halloween Creatures Book Tag

BOOO! Happy Halloween, everyone! I hope you're having a lovely day of spooky celebrations and plenty of candy corn to go around. Today I'd like to celebrate with this Halloween Creatures Book Tag. Thanks so much to Theresa @ The Calico Books for tagging me! Answer all prompts. Tag 1-13 people. Link back to this … Continue reading Halloween Creatures Book Tag

BRAVE NEW WORLD by Aldous Huxley | Review

Sometimes it seems as though certain books will never leave your TBR... until you finally force yourself to check them out of the library and read them in one sitting! This was my situation with Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, a classic novel set in London during the year 2540. I've been intrigued by the synopsis … Continue reading BRAVE NEW WORLD by Aldous Huxley | Review

SEPTEMBER 2017 | Wrap-Up

September was a blur. I nearly had to do a double take when I looked at a calendar the other day and realized that it was nearly October. Between preparing for Oxford, moving to Oxford, and living at Oxford, it feels as though this entire month has been one transition right after another. It's a relief to … Continue reading SEPTEMBER 2017 | Wrap-Up