Top Five Wednesday

T5W: Books to Get You Out of a Reading Slump

Okay, okay, it isn't Wednesday anymore. But I wrote part of this post on a Wednesday, and didn't finish, so I'm posting now. Just go with it! This is a fitting topic, because I am experiencing (but hopefully coming out of) a reading slump right now! I'm slammed with tests and assignments, I just had [...]

Harry Potter Spell Tag

The Harry Potter Spells Tag

Hi friends! I did a book tag last Tuesday, and I'm doing another one today. I think I might make Tag Tuesday a thing on this blog, but I'm not sure. I'll see how I'm feeling next Tuesday! But anyway, I'm doing a tag right now, so lets get going! I found this tag on [...]

Moonwalking with Einstein

Moonwalking with Einstein {Book Review}

By Joshua Foer 307 pages Published March 3rd, 2011 by Penguin Press HC Synopsis from the publisher: On average, people squander forty days annually compensating for things they've forgotten. Joshua Foer used to be one of those people. But after a year of memory training, he found himself in the finals of the U.S. Memory Championship. [...]

Top Five Wednesday

Top 5 Wednesday: Favorite Non-Written Novels

Hi! I have decided to participate in Top 5 Wednesdays- which is exactly what it sounds like! On Wednesdays, I will post 5 books that fit a certain category. It sounds like so much fun and I can't wait! If you are interested in participating, here is the link to the Goodreads group: Today's category [...]

Valentine's Day Book Tag

Valentine’s Day Book Tag

Happy Valentine's Day! I hope you are having a day full of love, hearts, glitter, and books! To celebrate, I will be participating in the Valentine's Day Book Tag from Epic Reads. Enjoy! 1. Who was your first book crush? I'm going to go with Neville Longbottom. I fell in love with every one of [...]

The Loose Ends List

The Loose Ends List {Book Review}

Written by Carrie Firestone 346 pages Published by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers on June 7th, 2016 Synopsis from the publisher: Maddie has big plans to spend the last months before college tying up high school “loose ends” alongside her best friends. Then her beloved grandmother drops two bombshells: (1) Gram is dying. (2) She’s [...]

My Favorite Books

My Favorite Books

Like every other bibliophile, I have no favorite book. I once came across the quote: "Asking a bookworm to name their favorite book is like asking a mother to pick a favorite child." I completely agree! But I have a select group of books that I love with a passion, and read over and over and over [...]