Soooo many books I want to read, including new releases from Ruth Ware and Rainbow Rowell.
2018 is over and it’s time to look back over the month of December.
Set against the backdrop of a Korean exchange student moving countries and going on dates, there’s a lot to love here
How is it already almost 2019? How am I already chipping away at 2019 arcs and getting excited about series continuing in the spring and summer?
October is going to wreck my TBR. There are SO many books coming out,
Vampires? So 2008. But maybe they’re still your thing.
The love story of Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler is back on the pages in Love & War, where hearts and live are on the line in the early years of the Hamilton marriage.
Alexander Hamilton has been all the rage ever since the musical exploded on the scene, but recently, authors have become more and more entranced with the women around him, especially the Schuyler sisters.
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
Another popular “reading challenge” prompt, along with “fruits and vegetables” is a book with a certain color in the title. I think the PopSugar prompt for this year is “A book with your favorite color in the title.”
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.
I spent three hours a week during my junior spring of college learning about Norse mythology, the ins and outs of gods and goddesses and the crazy antics they get up to up in Asgard. In the middle of that semester was when Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman came out, and we even discussed his previous work, American Gods, as part of the syllabus. Here are some great works of fiction that draw on Norse Mythology.