The End of November

Where did that month go? I feel like just yesterday I was dressed up in a flapper costume parading around campus in heels that made my feet bleed. (Yes, they really did.) I didn't do a lot this month. A lot of things hit me very hard all at once, and I'm surprised I'm still … Continue reading The End of November

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Recipe Review: Chewy Chocolate Cookies With Peanut Butter Chips

I made a lot of cookies last week. Like, a lot of cookies. Chocolate chip, white chocolate macadamia nut, and these chewy chocolate cookies with peanut butter chips. (Try saying that name five times fast!) Since I got this recipe from the back of a bag of peanut butter chips, I'm just gonna give you … Continue reading Recipe Review: Chewy Chocolate Cookies With Peanut Butter Chips

Top 5 Books That Need a Spin Off Book/Series

Welcome back to Top 5 Tuesday, once again brought to you by Shanah @ Bionic Book Worm. This week, the topic includes a list of five books that need their own spin off book or need to be expanded into a series. There were so many books to pick from today, and I hope I've … Continue reading Top 5 Books That Need a Spin Off Book/Series

Book Review: “Redwall” by Brian Jacques

If you remember my post from a few months ago, I mentioned I'd attempted reading the "Redwall" series once (I read Mattimeo) and gave up in frustration. I was also eleven years old. Last year, I picked up The Legend of Luke to give as a gift, and enjoyed it so much that I decided to give … Continue reading Book Review: “Redwall” by Brian Jacques

Book Review: “Love Him or Leave Him, But Don’t Get Stuck with the Tab” by Loni Love

This is a book I got for free from a GoodReads contest a few weeks ago. I thought it was hilariously appropriate because it showed up about a month after I was dumped. Since this is a self-help book (and it's halfway or more written by a ghost writer), there's no real story to judge … Continue reading Book Review: “Love Him or Leave Him, But Don’t Get Stuck with the Tab” by Loni Love

The PopSugar 2018 Reading Challenge

So here's the deal. With the exception of 2011, I've never set a "reading goal" each year. In 2011, I wanted to read 100 books I'd never read before, so that meant while I could reread some books, the majority of the books I read had to be brand new to me. I worked in a … Continue reading The PopSugar 2018 Reading Challenge