What a better way to spend a lazy Sunday than sharing a bookish award? Thanks so much to Erin @ Pages of Milk and Honey for nominating me! Erin is lovely, so be sure to check out her blog. Display the award! Thank the person who nominated you, and post a link to their blog… Continue reading Unique Blogger Award | 3
Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) is one that I've had to think about quite a bit. After scrolling through my Goodreads shelves and pondering all of the books I've read recently, I realized that I just couldn't make a list of ten books I disliked with… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Liked Characters in Disliked Books?
Hello, hello! Today I bring you another tag, this time about one of my favorite things: stationary! I love school supplies, paper products, pens, pencils, notebooks-- if it can be found in an office supplies store, then chances are that I adore it. Luckily, this lovely Stationary Book Tag exists for stationary lovers such as… Continue reading Stationary Book Tag
Clichés are the best and worst things: though they can help you express your feelings quickly and easily, no one wants to hear the same old clichés over and over again. Luckily, the Clichés Book Tag puts a fresh twist on ancient sayings. Thanks so much to Ugne @ My Passion is Happiness for tagging me!… Continue reading Cliches Book Tag
Happy Tuesday!! I hope you all had a fun and safe Halloween if you celebrate it! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic is open-ended, allowing us to choose what kinds of books we would recommend to a book club. In the frustrating, bewildering spirit of the United States presidential election, I've decided to go with… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: When Book Club Becomes Debate Club
This review is a difficult one to write. From the day I first learned about this eighth installment in the Harry Potter series I've had very conflicted feelings about reading it. Prior to its release day I had convinced myself that reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child would be a mistake, that the risk of being… Continue reading HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, and Jack Thorne| Review
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
I've always considered August to be one of my favorite months. Not only does it bring a new school year and a promise of the coming autumn, but it also allows you to enjoy the last few weeks of summer without baking in July's toasty heat. This August was no exception, from both a reading… Continue reading AUGUST 2016 | Wrap-Up