So, this month was not nearly as productive as last month. As expected, life is catching up. The enthusiasm for the books is dying down a bit. Setting in for the year has happened. But it was still a decently good month, all things considered. Here they are: Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen. Not my… Continue reading February Wrap Up 2017
Taken from my Goodreads review and slightly edited. A sci-fi retelling of persuasion? It’s real? It exists? Apparently so. And for me? It delivered. Let’s be clear, the world building is strange. But it captures the essence of Persuasion about as much as I could want, so I can’t even be grumpy. Elliot and Kai… Continue reading For Darkness Shows The Stars — Diana Peterfreund
As promised, the book version of favorite couples. For as much as I read, favorites couples are hard to come by. For the TV, I watch them come alive. There’s generally multiple season to watch them evolve. For the books, there’s generally only one, maybe a whole series that probably includes a lot of intense… Continue reading Favorite Book Couples
Apparently it’s valentine’s day. So today I was thinking of love in all its forms. Kidding. It made me think of my favorite tv couples and I didn’t get to fawn over them with anyone. I’ve been been meaning to blog about this for awhile anyways, so today seemed appropriate. If you’ve been following this… Continue reading Favorite TV Couples
Okay. Okay. Things are getting out of control on my end. In a good way. The books are coming from everywhere way. I keep wanting to tack on to my list for things that I want to read in 2017. I started with the original list, which is slowly getting whittled down. Then I decided… Continue reading 2017 TBR, part… 3?
Taken from my Goodreads review and edited. Possible spoilers ahead. What was this book? What was this book? I’m just going to be over here pondering my life. Hopefully coherent review ahead. I adored most of this book. My tolerance for disturbing books has been heightened over the past several years, but this book reached… Continue reading Nevernight — Jay Kristoff
The other day I was having a conversation with a coworker, and she asked if I ever read classics because I feel like it. My answer was yes, but I don’t generally read a lot of them. Heck, last year I don’t think I read any at all. There’s a part of me that wants… Continue reading To Read or Not to Read… a Classic?