We're snowed in again, which means I've been able to spend more time than normal reading, and I'm not complaining! That's why today's book review is actually two in one. I finished both of these books this week, and since they have some similarities, I thought I'd share them with you in one post. The… Continue reading Two Spooky Stories
Follow my blog with Bloglovin It might be too early to say this, but 2018 has been a pretty great year for books. I've read two so far, and both of them have earned a five star rating. That's rare--I have to be completely in love with a book for it to earn that type… Continue reading Quiet by Susan Cain
It's officially Christmas break, which means it's that time of the year when I turn my attention to finishing my 50 book goal for the year. Some times this can be a daunting task, but this year I've discovered a lazy and ingenious hack to help finish my reading goal. Are you ready for it?… Continue reading A Few Reviews
In 2015 I read Andy Weir's bestselling debut novel, The Martian, and later that year the film starring Matt Damon came out. I loved the novel and the movie, so I was excited when Weir's second novel, Artemis, came out in November. I used an Audible credit to download the audio performed by Rosario Dawson. What I loved… Continue reading Artemis by Andy Weir
Recently I reread two books. The very act of rereading these books got me thinking about what it means to really reread something, and why that might be a beneficial exercise.
If you've been following along on the blog recently, you'll know that I've been trying my best to keep up with the Writer's Digest poem-a-day challenge for the month of November. I enjoy reading and writing poetry, and every now and then I even review books of poetry for you--in case you suddenly discover a… Continue reading Poems by C. S. Lewis
One of the many things I love about reading is that magic moment when you fall into a story so captivating that you lose track of time and live inside the pages for a while. As I've grown busier and busier, those moments seem few and far between. It's not often that I have an… Continue reading The Madwoman Upstairs by Catherine Lowell