So it’s been a while since I’ve posted. I’m actually not entirely sure why, since I have things sitting in my drafts folder. I’ll queue them up… Read more “Since I’ve Been Gone…”
I recently finished the Man Booker International Award short list-er, A Strangeness in My Mind by Orhan Pamuk. This book was a big one. It’s a little… Read more “The Value of Life”
I don’t remember if I’ve said it hear yet or not, but I’m not a fan of dystopian literature. After The Giver, I was pretty much tapped… Read more “Dystopian Fevor”
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”
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”
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.