Welp, I'm back on my bullshit again. I've added 11 books to my TBR in the last 2-ish weeks since my last post. Here they are. Goodbye, Again by Jonny Sun - This
It's Friday. Not that that means anything special this week, as I am again working on Saturday. Just 4 hours, but still. All the sick time and doctor's visits are whittling away at
Good news! May's reading has been numerous enough to warrant a mid-month wrap up. I've read 5 books so far this month. And I'm working on 3 more. That's more than I read
Today's Top Five Wednesday topic is favorite book tropes. I can get down with this. I have a few. Hate to Love I mean the ultimate hate-to-love romance is Pride and Prejudice, amirite?
Today's Top 10 Tuesday topic is Books With Nature on the Covers. This is similar to the post I did last week about flowers on the covers, but it's a much bigger scope.
I would say we've made it through another week, but I still have a busy weekend ahead, so my week is just getting started. My oldest kid turns 21 today. We are having
When Jane Austen died in 1817, she left 60 pages of an unfinished novel called Sanditon. Kate Riordan took those 60 pages and finished the novel for today's readers. Well, she took the
Today's Top 5 Wednesday topic is books with flowers on the covers. I have noticed a great increase in books with flowery covers, so I felt like this would be pretty easy. The
I don't even know how to start this wrap up. In order to reach my goal, I should read at least 10 books per month. In April, I read 7. Did I mention
Apparently, it's Friday. This week has been so weird that I have no idea what day it is. Friday means Friday reads. So here we go. Jane Austen's Names by Margaret Doody -
I feel like April flew by at an alarming rate and also was interminably long. But here we are at the end of it, and it's time for the May TBR! Here is
Last week, I sat down and ganked 150 books off my TBR shelf. This is incredibly freeing. Since I did that, more than half of the books I want to read are on