This is a meme from The Broke and the Bookish. For info about the topics and how to participate, click here. This year, I’ve added quite a few NEW favorite authors to my list, so I’m suuuuper excited about this topic 🙂 These authors are all amazingggg and you should all read all of their books plzkthnxbai. 1. Cora Carmack […]
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It took me a month of scheduled reading to manage fitting A Clash of Kings in with the rest of my towering stacks of books to be read, but I did it. Now, this won’t be my most coherent review ever, because how on earth do you review a book of over 700 pages, but more just my […]
I think like everyone else, I was seriously daunted by the size of A Game Of Thrones, in spite of how much I wanted to read it. So yeah, for some I “did it in the wrong order” – I watched the TV series before I read the book. But you know what? I don’t care. I love […]
I’m back! Since I didn’t do any book hauls while I was on hiatus, quite a stack has accumulated. And let’s not forget that due to the precedent set forth by Christina, book hauls should now be boozy book hauls. I drank a bit. So I rambled a bit. Or, you know, for 30 minutes. I CUT STUFF. […]
This is a meme from The Broke and the Bookish. For info about the topics and how to participate, click here. IT HAS FINALLY HAPPENED. I AM 10 FOR 10 ON MY WINTER TBR LIST. Now let’s see if we can do that again. I’m going to be a bit ambitious, but… we’ll see.
This is a meme from The Broke and the Bookish. For info about the topics and how to participate, click here. Let me preface this by saying that these are popular authors that I’ve never read that I’m planning to fix somewhat soon. There are plenty of bestselling authors that I have no interest in reading ever ever ever (looking […]
November 2013: the month of the snuggly comeback! Bonjour people! I know it’s weird to have a monthly wrap-up since I only came back on November 25th, but you know what, I still have a book haul to show you, and some milestones that can be talked about. So here we go! In November I read 7 books, […]