Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Read, but not on my shelf

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) asks us to share ten books we want in our personal library. For my list, I've decided to highlight ten books that I've already read but would love to have on my shelf someday. It's safe to say that I've checked out… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Read, but not on my shelf

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Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Best Books I Read in 2018

Happy New Year!! I know this was technically last week's topic, but shhh! I'm going to do it anyways because I didn't get a chance to do it yet. I ended up reading way more books than I expected to in 2018, so picking just ten was actually pretty difficult. In the order that I read them,… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Best Books I Read in 2018

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Jurassic Park Book Tag

It's no secret that I adore Jurassic Park. Not only is it my favorite movie, but it's also one of my favorite books. You can imagine my excitement when I learned that such a thing exists as a Jurassic Park Book Tag. I wasn't tagged in this at all, but Camillea Reads showed me this post from… Continue reading Jurassic Park Book Tag

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Dynamic Duos You Didn’t See Coming

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic asks us to mash books together. In the same vein as my Classic Couple feature, I'm going to incorporate a classic and more contemporary book in each pair I make. Let's see how weird this gets, shall we? What do you think of the combos I've created?… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Dynamic Duos You Didn’t See Coming

Classic Couple

A Classic Couple: The Lost World and Jurassic Park

Today I bring you a very specie edition of A Classic Couple featuring two remarkable books: The Lost World by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1912) and Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton (1990). You may be wondering what a novel by the creator of Sherlock Holmes has to do with the book that inspired my favorite movie. The answer? The Lost… Continue reading A Classic Couple: The Lost World and Jurassic Park

Awards

Sunshine Blogger Award | 7

What better way to celebrate summertime than with the Sunshine Blogger Award? Usually I would post a book review on Thursdays, but I'm quite behind on scheduling posts in advance due to the chaos of moving back to the States. I was lucky enough to be nominated by the fab Andrea @ Andrea's Nirvana-- definitely… Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award | 7

Awards

One Lovely Blog Award | 4

Waking up to see that I've been nominated for things like the One Lovely Blogger Award always brings a smile to my face. Thanks so much to Stephen @ Stephen Writes and Emma @ A Dreamer's Library for nominating me!! Thank the person who nominated you for the award; Share seven facts about yourself; Nominate… Continue reading One Lovely Blog Award | 4

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Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Love But Have Never Reread

Happy Tuesday!! Today's Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) is supposed to be books I've loved but will never reread, but I've decided to scratch that and add a bit of a twist to it. Because I ADORE rereading books, there's a likelihood that I'll reread almost any book that I… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Love But Have Never Reread

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Book Quotes

Happy Tuesday!! I am so excited for today's Top Ten Tuesday topic because it focuses on one of my favorite things: QUOTES. So many of my books are covered in highlighter and pen lines because I'm an avid annotator and marker of writing that really resonates with me. Here are just a few of the… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Book Quotes

Classic Couple

A Classic Couple: Frankenstein and Jurassic Park

Do you like science fiction? I hope so, because this week's Classic Couple feature highlights two famous science fiction novels that have made it to the big screen: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1818) and Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park (1990). Dangers of science || A major theme of both of these novels is the fact that humankind does not and cannot have… Continue reading A Classic Couple: Frankenstein and Jurassic Park