So, I know this guy who is writing a horror blog, reviewing, or, really, discussing one movie a day for 365 days. Me, I’m not that ambitious. And also, I don’t watch movies anymore. But I read. A lot. So, every week, imma talk about a book I read that week. Not review it, necessarily.… Continue reading 52 Books. 52 Weeks.
I want to say that I really loved this kooky little book, but I only gave it four stars, so I can't really say that. Huh. Well, how about this? I loved the characters in this kooky little book. I couldn't wait to spend time with them, and I was sad when our time together… Continue reading Flashback: Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore
Trigger warning: Suicide, death of a pet. There’s Heaven. Hell. Purgatory. And the Library. Our book opens with Nora, hapless, down on her luck. She’s fallen out with her brother, she has crippling regret about, well, almost everything. She didn’t stay on the path to be an Olympic swimmer. She didn’t study to be a… Continue reading Week Two: The Midnight Library
So this year, I decided to only read queer books during June—my very own Pride Project. So I was extra-jazzed to find this question on Yuki’s site: Favorite LGBTQ+ Books
A long, long time ago, there was a website called Sunday Brunch. Every Sunday, they would publish a themed set of questions that people would grab and post to their Live Journals. They would answer the questions, and others would answer in the comments, or grab the questions for their own blogs or both. Or… Continue reading Sunday Brunch: Book Talk Edition
Read July 2-7, 2013. Five Stars. So, there are more books that I want to talk about than I can neatly fit in my 52 Books, 52 Weeks project. So, every once in a while on a Friday, I’ll toss in a flashback to a book previously read. I am aware that I have the… Continue reading ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Friday Flashback: On Little Wings
This is one popular book. It’s been on the NYT Bestseller list for 35 weeks, there is a movie deal in the offing, and a cottage industry of merch on Etsy. Addie freckle-constellation t-shirts, anyone? Anyone? No? OK, then. A brief synopsis: in 1714, Addie made the mistake of praying to the wrong God, at… Continue reading Week One: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue
Just a girl. A disabled, widowed girl with too many animals, and too much free time, who reads like there’s oxygen in it.