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


Today I'll be discussing a particularly four-legged Classic Couple: Animal Farm by George Orwell (1945) and Watership Down by Richard Adams (1972). Although these books may both be considered "classics" at times, they are rarely considered alongside one another. While Animal Farm is known for being an allegory for the Russian Revolution of 1917, Adams wrote in his Introduction that he … Continue reading A Classic Couple: ANIMAL FARM and WATERSHIP DOWN

WATERSHIP DOWN by Richard Adams | Review

I picked up Watership Down by Richard Adams earlier this summer because I wanted to read a book that didn’t involve people or romance. My father had recommended this classic to me years ago, so when I saw it on the library shelf I figured I would give it a try. Upon turning to the first page … Continue reading WATERSHIP DOWN by Richard Adams | Review

Captain Marvel Book Tag

Today I'm here with the Captain Marvel Book Tag! Thanks so much to Marta @ The Book Mermaid for tagging me!! Even though I'm a huge Marvel fan, I'm also horrible at staying up to date with movies and TV shows... so I haven't exactly seen Captain Marvel yet. *Gasp!* I know, I'm very behind on the … Continue reading Captain Marvel Book Tag

Is it possible to read TOO MUCH into a book? | Discussion

We’ve all been there: sitting through a high school English class as the teacher goes on about the symbolism of the yellow car and Doctor T. J. Eckleburg’s ever-watching eyes in The Great Gatsby, wondering whether or not F. Scott Fitzgerald really intended for us to dissect every move of his pen. Is it possible to … Continue reading Is it possible to read TOO MUCH into a book? | Discussion