I’ve been tagged to do the Fellowship of the Ring book tag! I answer the questions set forth…
Welcome, welcome. This particular “A Year In” is dedicated to sequels. There were quite a few sequels out this year, which is always exciting. And it is only May, which means there are more yet to come. This post discusses the sequels I have read so far this year in hopes of finding out if I have any desire to read the remaining series, or give them a second chance.
Updating my Goodreads gives me pleasure; although not so much organizing it. I haven’t done this in a hot minute, but I wanted to go through everything on my Goodreads shelf and see what I could remove, add or reorganize.
I’ve been wanting to put something together for awhile, but I needed some more time to try the boxes and get a feel for what they were offering. I’ve compiled my thoughts on the boxes I have gotten here. These are just personal opinions, so YMMV.
An End of the Year Survey. I look back at all the books I read and answer some questions + blogging and looing forward.
There is just something about book covers…you are drawn to them (or not) and so I have compiled a list of my favorite 2021 book covers.
Every so often I get asked this question, mostly because my collection grows at quite an insane rate.
The evolution of my bookshelves — a look inside my book collecting.
(a.k.a. the ones I was sobbing during) So, I decided not too long ago that there are some sad books that I absolutely adore, and now I feel the need to inflict them upon you all. So here are my top four books that made me cry. Most of these are last books in the series, but I promise I will not give any spoilers! #4: Clockwork Princess We all know Clare is hit and miss for me, but this book made me cry! I enjoyed this series, and felt the ending was satisfying. Doesn’t mean I wasn’t sad for […]
After talking with some of my friends, I realized a bookstagram blog post all about my adventures with it might be useful – and I’ll start from the very beginning. My journey started last July, when I suddenly got an urge for a new creative outlet, and to start collecting books again.