I have finished my 6th classic on my classical to-be-read list!!! If you haven’t seen my list, check it out here: Classics TBR to see what’s coming! Also, feel free to take a look at my other reviews from the list: The Alchemist, Animal Farm, Candide, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, and Things Fall Apart. The Raven By: Edgar Allan Poe … Continue reading The Raven ~Review~
F Is For Friday is a weekly meme hosted by Nomadic Worlds! This is my second time to do one, and it is so much fun! Make sure to join in! 😀 Rules: Credit the creator of this tag (here!) and link back. Answer the four questions to the best of your ability. Most important of all, enjoy … Continue reading F Is For Friday – Nov. 16, 2018
A Brush With Death By: Ali Carter Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Yuck (10+ curse words. Other content: smoking, drinking, mention of sex, descriptions of privates, religion, murder, and death.) 3.5 stars This book was simply odd. I think I expected too much of it. There was mystery, a tiny bit of romance, and humor; … Continue reading A Brush With Death ~Book Review~
Time for another tag! These questions were created by The Bibliophile Girl, and I first saw it on Book Dragons. Do you have a certain place at home for reading? The couch or my bed are where I normally read. I've always wanted to have a book nook, but I just don't have a place. Bookmark or … Continue reading Reading Habits ~Book Tag~
I was tagged in my third (WHAT?!) Sunshine Blogger Award by Lotte from The Reading Hobbit!! Thank you!!! If you haven't seen my other two awards, check them out here: Sunshine Blogger Awards. Rules: Thank the blogger(s) that nominated you in the post and link back to their blog Answer the 11 questions the blogger … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award #3
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!
Happier Thinking By: Lana Grace Riva Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Very Clean (Topic to consider: depression.) 4 stars "Happier thinking involves acting productively rather than thinking destructively." Happier Thinking is a really nice novella. It's super simplistic, yet something everyone needs to read. There is nothing revolutionary, but it is a wonderful reminder that … Continue reading Happier Thinking ~Book Review~