The Totally Should’ve Book Tag | 2

Hope you're all having a lovely Friday! Today I'm here with the Totally Should've Book Tag, which I was tagged for by Norees @ Nor Reads Too Great.  This tag was created by EmmmaBooks. I've done this tag once before, but I always like repeating tags because it's interesting to see how my answers change …

A Classic Couple: Romeo & Juliet and The Hunger Games

Sometimes it seems as though everyone is birthed from the womb with an inherent knowledge of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. I have a feeling that a similar situation will happen with Suzanne Collins' novel The Hunger Games in a few generations. Just as the mention of Shakespeare's famous play immediately conjures up ideas of star-crossed lovers and family feuds, The …

The Totally Should’ve Book Tag

Hello, hello! I hope you're all having a wonderful day. Today I come to you with the fun little Totally Should've Book Tag. Thanks so much to Azia @ The Uncharted World for tagging me! Totally Should've Gotten A Sequel Does anyone else ever wonder what happened to Jonah and Vivi years after When We Collided by Emery Lord …

Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Age Well

Welcome to another installment of Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish! I hope you've had some great experiences and read some even better books since the last TTT! This week I'll be showing you a list of my Top Ten Books That Age Well. In other words, these are books that I have enjoyed …

Rue: The Real MVP of the Hunger Games

While rereading Suzanne Collins' novel The Hunger Games for my Introduction to Literature class, I couldn't help but notice that one character in particular is vastly undervalued and under-discussed. As the title of this post would suggest, this character is none other than Rue, the female tribute from District 11. She may be the youngest tribute in …

THE HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins

I think that many readers-- myself included-- fall prey to the common misconception that there are two distinct categories of literature. The first of these categories could be considered "hard literature" (I don't know if these names already exist-- I'm completely making them up on the spot). These are the texts we are often forced …

WWW Wednesdays: December 2nd

WWW Wednesdays is a meme hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words that asks three questions: What are you currently reading??? Right now I'm reading The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins for my Introduction to Literature class (this will be a common theme in this post!). I read this book years ago and haven't picked it …

top ten tuesday: most intimidating books

It's Tuesday once again, and that means that it's time for Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by the lovely blog the Broke and the Bookish. This week is a freebie week, which means that it's up to us to choose our own theme! I've decided to go with my Top Ten Most Intimidating Books. So, in …

bookmarks tag (response to @booksandquills)

After seeing Sanne's video titled Bookmarks & Book Marks (which you can view by clicking here) I immediately knew that I wanted to do a blog post in response to it. And here it is! 1. What are you currently using as a bookmark? Right now I am using a wonderful Doctor Who bookmark that I …