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
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
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
Hello, everyone! You might have noticed that my usually-strict posting schedule went all to heck last week. I didn't do my Top 5 Tuesday, I missed the Wednesday Recipe, I avoided that Book Tag in there on Thursday, I skipped the ENG 513 book review on Friday, and I completely lost track of everything on … Continue reading Updates!
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
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
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