February FLEW by and apparently so did the books I was reading, because a quick look back reveals I was READING READING READING in February 2019.
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!
Sometimes, fiction is about diving into a world you might otherwise never get the chance to experience or becoming a character you could never be in the real world
Summer is here and so is summer reading. Ditch the textbooks and dive into a good novel, thriller, memoir, or self-help book.
If you’re still trying to complete your Pop Sugar Reading Challenge and looking for books with weather elements in the title, look no further. I have the list for you!
On my quest to complete the Pop Sugar reading challenge in 2017, I’ve been compiling these posts that are meant to help you and me fill out the prompts presented to us. Today, I’m tackling books with animals in the title
One of the Pop Sugar reading challenges this year is “A novel based on a real person” and if you don’t love historical fiction, this may be a little harder for you.
Check out these books that clock in at over 500 pages and will keep you occupied for quite some time.
Completing the Pop Sugar reading challenge in 2018? Looking for books featuring twins? Look no further.
If you love diving into the past where the leader was way more dramatic and womanizing than Donald Trump could ever hope to be, pick up one of these books about Henry VIII
If you love books about royalty, real or fictional, these are the books for you. We all dreamed of being princesses when we grew up, and since that didn’t work out for most of us, we might as well get lost in a book where it happens to someone else!
I read a lot of books in 2017, and while some of them were amazing, some of them were downright awful. These are the downright awful ones.