I started this blog almost 4 years ago now and it is hard to imagine how much I have posted since then, especially in reviews. Top Ten Tuesday (as always hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) asks us what the first ten books were that we reviewed. For me I am looking at the blog… Continue reading The First Ten Books I Reviewed on the Blog / #toptentuesday 185
Way, way, way when I first started this blog back in 2015 I wrote a blog about point of views in books. Here in I talked about what kind of point of views there were and what I preferred. It was interesting to read back a blog post that I wrote almost 4 years ago. … Continue reading Is Limited Third Person Point of View Still My Favorite?
A bit ago I saw Destiny from Howling Libraries in an instagram caption ask people if they buy full series before reading the first book. She mentioned knowing her taste and that it mostly was working out for her. That got me thinking, how does it work out for me? For the most part I… Continue reading Buying Full Series Before Reading the First Book: How Has That Been Working Out for Me?
Red Sister. Mark Lawrence was not an author I really had that much on my radar, and reading about nun assassins didn’t seem all that appealing. But he certainly is now. And boy was I wrong about those nuns.
One of the things we sometimes seem to do as reader and bloggers is creating themed list of books that have to do with the weather or holiday season. Perfect Valentine Reads, Perfect Beach Reads, Perfect Christmas Reads and so on. We don’t always fill in these kind of themed reads in the same way… Continue reading Ten Rainy Day Reads / #toptentuesday 184
Sometimes it is good to ask yourself why. I’ve been asking myself why a lot at the end of 2018 with starting my mindfit therapy. Mostly why does this trigger me? A question that came to mind in January was regarding my reading goals. I seem to enjoy really making my yearly reading goals. I… Continue reading Why Do I Seem to Have So Many Reading Goals but Rarely Any Personal Goals?
I loved Buffy the Vampire Slayer so could Slayer by Kierstin White live up to it?