Bookish

5 Reasons Why Molly Weasley is the Ultimate Mom

Happy Mother's Day!! When I thought about making a Mother's Day post about fictional moms, one woman immediately popped into my head: Molly Weasley. Every year this red-headed witch tops countless lists of fictional mothers... but why? In an attempt to answer this age-old question, here are 5 reasons why Mrs. Weasley is the ultimate… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Molly Weasley is the Ultimate Mom

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Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Pictures Worth Ten Thousand Words

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic is one that I don't talk about often on this blog: pictures and visuals in books. Though I haven't read very many graphic novels or comic books, I have come across some memorable illustrations and creative uses of images in many of the books I've read. Here… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Pictures Worth Ten Thousand Words

Awards

Entertainer Blogger Award

Hello, hello! How is everyone doing today? Recently while eating my usual morning bowl of granola I discovered that I had been nominated for the Entertainer Blogger Award. Not only are these posts really fun to put together, but I also feel as though they help bring the blogging community closer through recognizing other bloggers. A big… Continue reading Entertainer Blogger Award

Tags

Stationary Book Tag

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

Bookish, Tags

Scavenger Hunt Book Tag | #bookstagram Style!

Hello, hello! I  hope you're all having a wonderfully bookish day. Since I'm currently away at college and don't have access to all of my books at home, I thought I would do this Scavenger Hunt Book Tag using photos I've posted on my bookstagram. Thanks so much to Ola @ Ola Reads Books for tagging… Continue reading Scavenger Hunt Book Tag | #bookstagram Style!

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Characters I’d Name My Plants After

Happy Tuesday! If you were to ever visit my dorm room then you would immediately understand my love for tiny plants. My roommate and I have a number of them sitting along our windowsill, eagerly waiting to cheer us up whenever we come back to the room after a long day. I adore my plants,… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Characters I’d Name My Plants After

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Villains

Happy Tuesday!! It's the first Tuesday of October, and this week's Top Ten Tuesday theme is edging ever closer to the spookiest day of the year. Today I'll be sharing my Top Ten Favorite Villains, which were surprisingly difficult to name. Some of them were obvious-- how could I forget good old Voldy?-- but I soon realized that… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Villains

Books, Drama

HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, and Jack Thorne| Review

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

Bookish, more books

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

Monthly Wrap-Up

AUGUST 2016 | Wrap-Up

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