I was a vegetarian in college. Being a vegetarian was such a defining part of my character that people who knew me then still ask if I… Read more “Vegetarianism”
Hi all! I’ve been seeing a lot of my non-book obsessed friends asking on various social media sites about book recommendations for the summer. Since I literally… Read more “Summer Book Recommendations”
I recently saw Booktuber, hailsheartsnyc, make a book tag based on The Sims. Since I love The Sims, I thought that this would be a fun thing… Read more “The Sims!: A Booktag”
So this is definitely going to be a continued talk and review of Me Before You by Jojo Moyes, because I really did honestly just like it… Read more “Happiness”
Last week I took a road trip home to visit my mom. Being the avid reader that I am, I was really excited to get some “reading”… Read more “Sometimes I Just Can’t…”
The Most Dangerous Place on Earth by Lindsey Lee Johnson could have easily been renamed Privilege Meet Tragedy, but it wouldn’t have been as flashy. I received… Read more “Privilege Meet Tragedy”
I read All You Can Eat: How Hungry Is America? by Joel Berg in college. I’m not sure what made me pick up this book, but it… Read more “Very Food Insecure”
Yesterday, they announced the winners of the first Man Booker International Prize for a single work fiction translated into English to The Vegetarian by Han Kang, translated… Read more “And The Winner Is…”
I haven’t talked about the challenges I’m doing this year, because it’s all about reading more not necessarily completing the challenge. I do have to say I’ve done a pretty good job on this Read Harder challenge. Only 10 more books to go.
Also – my apologies for the lack of posts. It’s hard to work, read, AND blog. I seem to be able to only master 2 of those at a time…and work always has to be one of them.