Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: My Favorite Empowering Reads

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic asks us to share ten favorite books from our favorite genre. Usually I would say that my favorite genre is classic literature, but lately I've been going through a bit of a tough patch with some personal things and have been trying to immerse myself in books that… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: My Favorite Empowering Reads

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Feminist Fridays

Feminist Fridays: NOT JUST JANE by Shelley DeWees

It's Friday, folks! You know what that means: another installment of Feminist Fridays, in which I discuss books, media, and topics relating to feminism. Today I'm showcasing a book that I read about a year ago called Not Just Jane by Shelley DeWees. This book was actually sent to me for review, and I agreed to review… Continue reading Feminist Fridays: NOT JUST JANE by Shelley DeWees

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Hidden Gems in Non-fiction

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic celebrates books that are under-rated, under-discussed, and under-appreciated in specific genres. I've chosen a genre that I think fits this as well: non-fiction. There are so many amazing non-fiction books out there, yet so many readers (myself included!) tend to gravitate away from this misunderstood genre. In… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Hidden Gems in Non-fiction

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Covers that Scream Spring

Happy Tuesday!! Now that May is officially here I think it's safe to say that spring is here to stay as well (at least until summer rolls around!). Since this week's Top Ten Tuesday theme is a cover design freebie, I though I would share with you all my Top Ten Covers that Scream Spring.… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Covers that Scream Spring

Bookish

On Separating Women from their Work | Discussion

Today I'm here to talk about a thought-provoking topic that I've been pondering a lot in recent weeks: the correlation between women and their literary work. Should the success of a women's work be tied to her personal reputation in society? From an even broader angle, should the personal reputations of authors in general impact how… Continue reading On Separating Women from their Work | Discussion

Books, Received for Review

NOT JUST JANE by Shelley DeWees | Review

*** I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. ** "In Not Just Jane, Shelley DeWees weaves history, biography, and critical analysis into a rip-roaring narrative of the nation’s fabulous, yet mostly forgotten, female literary heritage. As the country, and women’s roles within it, evolved, so did… Continue reading NOT JUST JANE by Shelley DeWees | Review

Monthly Wrap-Up

NOVEMBER 2016 | Wrap-Up

One of my favorite months has come to a close, only to see the beginning of my favorite time of the year: the holiday season! But before we break out the Christmas lights and put up the tree (oops! Too late...) it's time for my November 2016 Monthly Wrap-Up. Here's what I've been up to… Continue reading NOVEMBER 2016 | Wrap-Up

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I’d Buy ASAP with a Gift Card

Happy Tuesday! This week's Top Ten Tuesday theme is one that I'm sure is near and dear to every bookworm's heart: buying books! Although I make a conscious effort to restrain from buying too many books, there are quite a few that I would love to have on my shelves. If I were given a gift card,… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books I’d Buy ASAP with a Gift Card