I created this blog with the sole purpose of reviewing what I read so I’ll remember it and can help others decide where to best spend their reading time, but I’m not perfect.
Wow! October was a HUGE month for releases, and while November is slower, it still packs some punches.
There are some authors that I truly love but I regret that I haven’t read everything they’ve ever written
September was a weird reading month for me. It’s beginning the season of “OMG every book I want to read is coming out at the same time” but I’m also working a full time job, in four grad school classes, and writing on the side, so I didn’t have as much time for reading as I wanted
Robert Galbraith (aka JK Rowling) is back with another gritty detective novel involving blackmail, the possible strangling of a child, lots of horses, and government ministers behaving badly.
When you’ve only got one audible credit a month, you’ve got to get the best bang for your buck. I
Everyone loves free books, and if you’re paying for Amazon Prime already, you might be missing out on these great opportunities to access free books
So begins the next two months in which literally dozens of books I want to read come out. Crap. September is only the beginning, but what a strong beginning!
Love Harry Potter and need something to tide you over until Fantastic Beasts 2: The Crimes of Grindelwald comes out this November?
In celebration of June and 2018 being halfway through, here’s the Mid Year Freak Out Book Tag!
So back in January I set 100 goals for myself for the year, ranging from see very Oscar Best Picture nominee to take a hike to eat a kumquat
What are the hidden messages in your favorite children’s books? What did CS Lewis really want to convey about Christianity in his Narnia books? How did Charlotte’s Web change the way kid talk about death?