WWW hosted by Taking on a World of Words is a weekly meme with a great community of bloggers participating. WWW tackles 3 questions: What are you reading? What have you finished? What will you read next? Memoir of a Doctor Thoughts: I moved from 50% to 70%, but I read a part that extremely … Continue reading A Week In Review #16, WWW #12
WWW hosted by Taking on a World of Words is a weekly meme with a great community of bloggers participating. WWW tackles 3 questions: What are you reading? What have you finished? What will you read next? 1984… Do I need to explain? Thoughts: I have mixed feelings on this one. This book started slow, … Continue reading A Week In Review #15, WWW #11
Am I the only one who is not impressed with the twist? Don't get me wrong, I am stoked they are posting another challenge (and much earlier in the year compared to last year), but I don't really understand how they consider it having a twist?
I get so excited for "new challenge season"! I wanted to create a list for those surfing the web for 2017 reading challenges. My internet is pretty terrible, but I will try when it works. Updates are included in bold. Unless otherwise stated, these challenges run from 1 January 2017 through 31 December 2017. I … Continue reading 2017 Reading Challenges (Around the Web)
First Published: May 2014 Format: e-book Genre: YA, Fantasy Rating: *Disclaimer: I received this ARC in return for an honest review. A huge thank you to Angela Yseult, City Owl Press, and netgalley for this ARC.* YA with a twist. Vincent has always known his fathers’ secret: they are both vampires, escaped from a fighting camp … Continue reading Demon World by Angela Yseult
Sorry for leaving wothout much of a trace. We ended up getting rid of our internet, which makes it significantly harder to stay motivated to blog and keep up with all the wondeful things my followers and people I am following are doing. I hope to get back and running sooner than later, but not … Continue reading Ah, life.
WWW hosted by Taking on a World of Words is a weekly meme with a great community of bloggers participating. WWW tackles 3 questions: What are you reading? What have you finished? What will you read next? Dead Wake is a nonfictional account about the sinking of the Lusitania. Thoughts: I’m not sure if I’ll … Continue reading A Week In Review #14, WWW #10
I never understood trigger warnings. I didn't see why anyone who was sensitive to a subject would willingly read about it and, to be honest, I wasn't sure how a trigger affects somebody. Well... now I do. I love All the Bright Places, but damn.. it's been a rough two weeks. Not really the books … Continue reading And the moral of the story is..?
First Published: 6 Jan 2015 Format: e-book Genre: YA, Contemporary, Mental Illness Rating: Great representation of mental illness / This hit home / *trigger warning* Theodore Finch is fascinated by death, and he constantly thinks of ways he might kill himself. But each time, something good, no matter how small, stops him. Violet Markey lives … Continue reading All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
Thirsty Thursday and Hungry Hearts is a weekly meme hosted by (un)Conventional Bookviews where readers share food or drink quotes from their current reads. Found this gem while reading The Legend of Barney Thomson by Douglas Lindsay. The pathologist, Jenkins, had arrived. 'Jenkins!' boomed McMenemy. 'What have you got to tell us, man? Make it … Continue reading Thirsty Thursday & Hungry Hearts #7 –The Legend of Barney THomson by Douglas Lindsay