Top Ten Tuesday: Characters I’d Follow on Social Media

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) is to share ten characters we would follow on social media. I'm so excited for this fun topic, so let's dive right in! What characters would you follow on social media? What do you think of the books on my list? … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Characters I’d Follow on Social Media

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

Is there more to Jane Austen than romance? (YES) | Discussion

Jane Austen's works are often lauded as masterpieces of romantic fiction, and with good reason: her winding plots of courtships, engagements, and marriages have managed to captivate readers for centuries. Take the famous Mr. Darcy of Pride and Prejudice, for example, who seems to have been placed upon a pedestal as the ideal male love … Continue reading Is there more to Jane Austen than romance? (YES) | Discussion

EMMA by Jane Austen | Review

Last year I saw the movie Clueless, a comedy based on Jane Austen’s classic novel Emma, for the first time. My immediate reaction was: I need to read this book. Set in Austen’s Victorian England, this novel follows Emma as she attempts to set her new friend Harriet up with a suitable man to marry. … Continue reading EMMA by Jane Austen | Review

JUNE 2017 | Wrap-Up

Hello, hello!! Summer is now well underway and it's time to say farewell to June. So much has happened these past few weeks that it seems like June was YEARS long. As per usual, here is what I was up to last month: In June I read a total of 9 books: The Road to … Continue reading JUNE 2017 | Wrap-Up

So Long, Summer! | Book Haul

It's that time of year again, when students trade in their sunglasses and flip-flops for notebooks and backpacks. While the majority of my book budget has been devoted to purchasing textbooks recently, I have managed to acquire some other lovely books in the month of August. Emma by Jane Austen I picked this book up on … Continue reading So Long, Summer! | Book Haul