I can't believe it. We've had a rush of high temperatures, I spent my day sunbathing while reading, and SO. MUCH. SUN. Honestly I just hope this continues with higher temperatures. Fangirl Tell Me Three Things Omens Not in the Script Love & Gelato Feral Nights Everland The Gunslinger Can't wait to read in the … Continue reading TBR: May 2017
Have you got a book that you've bought and haven't read yet? Let's celebrate them with Shelf Control, an original feature created by Lisa at Bookshelf Fantasies! This week for the debut of Shelf Control I am choosing Beige by Cecil Castellucci. My copy is softbound that was published in 2009 by Candlewick Press with a … Continue reading Shelf Control: Beige
Even though we always say that we don't judge books by their cover we do don't we? *raises hand* I know I do too so don't worry there are other people out there who do it. This week we are asked by The Broke and the Bookish to do something with covers. Now I have … Continue reading T10Tues: Glance, Drawn, and Read
Do you have any reading traps? Those things that will just MAKE you read that book regardless? Well that is what The Broke and the Bookish want us to explore and share in this week's Top Ten Tuesday! Cats: Doesn't matter if they can wield swords or if they are part human. Gimmie. Coffee house/tea … Continue reading T10Tues: Bre’s Booknip
This week the Broke and the Bookish challenged us to find our Top 10 most unique reads. I apologize for only listing the titles this week (I'll get around to adding more description later tomorrow). Girl Stays in the Picture by Melissa de la Cruz The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern Seaward by Susan Cooper … Continue reading T10Tues: Unique Reads
I burnt myself out yesterday guys. I'm not feeling destroyed just yet though. But I wanted to let you know why there was nothing posted in the last week. So many post ideas are dancing like sugarplums through my head. Next two weeks and 2 days are critical for me though. I can't get sick. … Continue reading Night Before Psychology Exam
Let's talk about what happened in March (why there are so few posts on the blog) and what is coming up new this month (Hint: It has to do with remembering).