This is my first weekly recap of 2020, so Happy New Year, everyone!
It’s easy to feel alone in this world, people walk around with a façade that life is merry and there isn’t a care in the world while their soul screams for help or someone to just notice them and ask them if they’re okay.
12. Whatever you do, do NOT try and calculate how much these all cost you.
Now in all the hundreds and thousands of books that you will come across in your entire life, there are bound to be some that would stand out, some that would be forgotten, and some that would be left behind.
It’s ridiculous how time’s been flying by but...here we are...and here my #popsugarreadingchallenge
The folks at PopSugar are back with their boundaries-pushing reading challenge for 2020.
Because you need this book in your life, every single day.
You know, the one who's ALWAYS got a book (or five) on them and won't shut up about what they're reading.
Do you like a book about books? Well, look no further. Not only is Sorcery of Thorns brimming with magic, sorcery, demons, and the like, but books — grimoires to be specific — take front and center
I felt amazing and I feel like I’m finally getting into the groove of reading and blogging again.
You don’t think anyone saw, but you can never be too sure… oh well. Read on.
Papertowns and Looking for Alaska, by John Green, have both made me realize that I’m not the only one feeling lost in this world.
Some books begin softly, with the paddle of assurance, like slipping into a warm lake at the edge of dark. Other books do not begin that way. They begin un-calmly, with threats, warnings, rumors of distant war.
The sheer dynamic of friendships and relationships in Harry Potter is enough, to me, to make those seven books and eight movies the best of all time.
I thought I had a slow week of reading, but I actually finished three books this past week!