(many, many) books about dealing with and overcoming uncertainty

Given the stressful circumstances that many of us now find ourselves in, I thought that today I would share many, many books about dealing with and overcoming uncertainty. Each book listed is linked to a post or review that I've written about it (if there is one), in case you want to learn more or … Continue reading (many, many) books about dealing with and overcoming uncertainty

Top Ten Tuesday: Books that Remind Me of Summers as a Teenager

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday theme (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) is a FREEBIE, which means we can make a list about any topic! Since we're in the midst of a beautiful summer, I thought I would share ten books that remind me of summers as a teenager. Back in the day … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books that Remind Me of Summers as a Teenager

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

A Classic Couple: The Turn of the Screw and We Were Liars

In a past Top Ten Tuesday post I shared pairs of classic and contemporary novels that I saw parallels between. One of the spookiest pairs is Henry James' The Turn of the Screw (1898) and E. Lockhart's We Were Liars (2014). These books are take place in very different time periods, settings, and under unusual circumstances; however, there are … Continue reading A Classic Couple: The Turn of the Screw and We Were Liars

Top Ten Tuesday: Books to Pair with Classics

Happy Tuesday!! August is coming to a close, which means it's time to start thinking about going back to school. This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic is back-to-school themed, which means I've decided to focus on classic literature. Classics definitely get a bad reputation from required reading lists in classrooms; however, I think looking at … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books to Pair with Classics

QUOTE: We Were Liars

"If you want to live where people are not afraid of mice, you must give up living in palaces." ~We Were Liars by E. Lockhart I distinctly remember reading this part of the book and absolutely loving it. This metaphor just fit so perfectly with the context of the story, and I think it's so clever. … Continue reading QUOTE: We Were Liars