The shortened commutes allows me the time and energy to dedicate to the finner things in life.
Catching up on blog posts I fell behind creating during the last quarter of 2019, this post takes a look at the books I completed in 2019. There's also a small pile of books I didn't complete, which we'll look at near the end of this blog post.
No need to read one book over another- to just pick a book on the shelf and go!
Book review and book blurb of this historical novel series.
This mentally unstable book is dangerous and I think I understand why I avoid books like these.
This past weekend, I finally finished reading a book I checked out over a month ago (via the library) and I'm glad that I was able to brace myself for the ending.
'm not saying everything has to be connected within a story, but I wasn't accustomed to Anne Tyler's style of writing.
Happy Wednesday! This month's book club pick was a new book, from a new author. On Wednesdays (for the most part) I post book reviews. When school returns, I may not be able to write as many book reviews, with the return of balancing school/work. As always, you can follow me here on WordPress for future… Continue reading The Ruin Book Review Blurb
It's time for another book review. This time, I will be combining two books I've read this summer and dividing this blog post into each review. As always, you can interact with me on Twitter and WordPress. For now, let's dive into the book I read in June (and one that I probably won't read… Continue reading Two Book Reviews
This is why we study history in school- to learn from our mistakes.