I enjoy what some people might call “escapist” fiction, so romance mixed with a little dystopia is right up my alley. Continue reading
Looking Ahead is my monthly review, focusing on my blogging and reading goals for the coming month. I will look back at the previous month, summarizing some of my posts and determining if I met the goals I laid out the month before. And I’ll finish with some new releases that caught my eye (usually with a … Continue reading
Not everything needs to be a trilogy. Particularly books that are ill-conceived, poorly developed, and terribly written. Continue reading
I intended to post my review on the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy yesterday, but my son has been sick, so it will be a little delayed. While you wait, I’ll leave you with this gem of a quote from the third installment.
During the height of my blogging here, I was reading a lot. My stats on Goodreads show that I read 38 books in 2011 and 50 in 2012. Granted, some of these were audiobooks, but I was nearing a book a week. Last year, that number dropped to 21, nearly half of which were graphic … Continue reading
Reading Oh, the Thinks You Can Think! to my son (on a near daily basis) helped me reevaluate how important writing is to me. I couldn’t think of a better way to start writing about books again than to begin with a quote from the one that inspired me to come back.
Did you know that companies are creating your internet profile? I read an interesting book about how those profiles are made and the impact they have on your life. Continue reading
I posted this on my personal blog where I write about motherhood, but I wanted to share it with my fellow books lovers. I’ve come to the realization that bookstores are dying. I was in denial for too long, but it finally hit me. James and I used to go to Borders once a week. … Continue reading