The best books I read in 2020

I thought making this list would be easy. Yet this year has gone by so quickly in hindsight (and so, so slowly in the moment) that somehow I forgot just how many fantastic books I read this year. In the midst of everything that became 2020, I managed to read 70 books, several of which … Continue reading The best books I read in 2020

Top Ten Tuesday: Books that were the most fun to review

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic asks us to shared the books we loved but never reviewed. Since I've reviewed most of the books I've loved over the years, I thought it would be fun to share my ten favorite reviews that I've written. 1. Turtles All the Way Down by John Green. … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books that were the most fun to review

Comparing Books to Cakes

Books are like cake in many ways: the best ones have lots of layers, a pretty external design doesn't necessarily correlate with the best flavor, and they can take quite a bit of time to make. I love books and I love cake, so I was thrilled when Meghan @ Whimsically Meghan tagged me in … Continue reading Comparing Books to Cakes

7 Books Future Me Will Be Happy I Read Now

In April, I wrote this Top Ten Tuesday post about books I wish I had read as a child. I got a really interesting comment on it by Jennifer @ My Book Joy suggesting that I should write a post about books that I think future me will be happy that I read now. I … Continue reading 7 Books Future Me Will Be Happy I Read Now

Dear THE FALCONER by Dana Czapnik: you were an excellent birthday present (even though you made me cry)

Dear The Falconer by Dana Czapnik: When I first finished reading you, one of the first thoughts that popped into my mind was: I don't know if I can share my thoughts about this one on the blog. My connection to you became more and more personal as you progress and I didn't know if … Continue reading Dear THE FALCONER by Dana Czapnik: you were an excellent birthday present (even though you made me cry)