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… Read More 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… Read More The PopSugar 2018 Reading Challenge
I found this book tag over at Thrice Read, and now that I’ve run through my backstock of book tag posts, I figured this would be a great one! I’ve got a lot of things going on in my life right now, so I’m trying to get back on track as soon as possible while… Read More The “Currently Reading” Book Tag
We’re back with another Top 5 Tuesday, thanks to Shanah @ Bionic Book Worm. I’m a little at a loss at this one, because I don’t keep up with my TBR on GoodReads like a lot of people do. The majority of the ones on my GR are from just the past couple of months.… Read More Books That Have Been on My TBR the Longest
This weekend, I took an opportunity to go on an overnight camping trip with a couple of friends from the comic shop I play X-Wing at every Thursday night. I’d been debating on going for several weeks, but finally decided about three weeks out that I was going to go. When I originally signed up,… Read More Cheaha State Park
Gemma Doyle tries the patience of everyone around her. In the beginning of the novel, she’s in India with her family. They’re British, so there’s a very specific set of rules they have when interacting with the “locals.” (Oh, and they do fetishize the character of Indian descent in the novel as being “exotic,” which is… Read More Book Review: “A Great & Terrible Beauty” by Libba Bray
*fangirl screaming* I’ll just say that I absolutely love The Lord of the Rings. It’s become my favorite book series since I started college (previously, that honor went to either The Edge Chronicles or A Series of Unfortunate Events). I’ve even taken a class on JRR Tolkien. I may not be as serious a fan as some (I’m… Read More The Hobbit Book Tag!