Happy Fourth of July to all of my American friends! Although it's just an average day to most of the rest of the world, the fourth of July is the day when we Americans can put aside our differences, be patriotic, and shoot fireworks! To celebrate, I decided to choose three books that are red, … Continue reading Happy Independence Day!
Happy Father's Day!! In celebration of this lovely day, I decided to choose my favorite fictional father (alliteration is awesome!) just like I chose a motherly figure on Mother's Day (check it out here)! I feel like father figures are often overlooked in literature. It was hard for me to think of many prominent … Continue reading Happy Father’s Day!
Happy Mother's Day to all you beautiful mommas out there, and especially to mine! She's always been there and supported me through so much (even this blog)! ❤ I decided, in celebration, to talk about one of my favorite motherly characters: Marilla Cuthbert from Anne of Green Gables! There were so many characters that I … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day!
Today is May the 4th, A.K.A. STAR WARS DAY!!! I love the Star Wars franchise! It's something that I've grown up on and honestly can't imagine my life without. I found this tag on Wanders Between Pages, so go check out her answers! Let's begin! Darth Vader - A book that started out good, but … Continue reading Star Wars ~Book Tag~
Happy Valentine's Day to all! Today is the day for cuddling, romantic dinners, chocolates, candles, kisses, etc. For some, though, it's a day of feeling sorry for yourself and drowning sorrows in steamy romance books. I may have some chocolates and a nice meal, but I am neither of those stereotypes. The number one reason … Continue reading Romance Books (And Why I Don’t Read Them)
Wow! I can't believe it's 2018 already! Happy New Year! I am pretty proud of my reading this past year. I successfully read 55 books on my goal of 35. And according to Goodreads, I read around 13,000 pages (making my average per book around 250). I'd prefer that number to be slightly higher, so … Continue reading New Year, New Books