I was tagged by Lily over at Lily Anna Writes to do this tag! Thank you! Check out her post here: Tag. Let's get started! A Book You Own, But Haven't Read Yet Oh... you mean all of them? HA! But really, I would say that I have around 80+ physical books on … Continue reading Bare Your Bookshelf ~Book Tag~
I was so happy to be tagged by Bookgraphy for the One Lovely Blog Award! Thank you! I sure hope my blog is lovely. Haha! Rules: Thank the person who nominated you for the award Display the banner/sticker/logo on your blog. Share 7 facts or things about yourself. Nominate up to 15 bloggers that you … Continue reading One Lovely Blog Award
Bookshelf organization varies from person to person. I've tried many different ways of organizing and finally found one that fits me. First, let's explore the pros and cons (in my opinion) of some of the most popular ways to organize. 1. Color Pros: Absolutely stunning, conversation starter. Cons: Extremely hard to accomplish. None of your series … Continue reading 8 Ways to Organize Your Books
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
A Flash of Red By: Judith Blevins and Carroll Multz 3 Stars This is a very cute, but odd book. One major problem is it has many words and references that children would not quite understand, but it's too boring for older children. Basically, I don't believe it fits an age range. I also completely despise the … Continue reading A Flash of Red ~Book Review~
Hello and welcome to my new blog! My name is Audra Watts, and I love books. This site is for reviews, bookish fun, and just random babbling. See my "about" page for cleanliness rating scale and other info. Don't be afraid to contact me about reviewing books! See the guidelines here: Book Submission Guidelines. I … Continue reading Welcome!