As promised, here is a sticky post with links to other bloggers who are also playing Book Bingo 2018! Thank you to everyone who is participating so far, and thank you to everyone who sees this and goes to join! (By the way, you can find the post HERE with the Book Bingo 2018 board.) Beth at This … More Links to Other Book Bingo Players!
That’s right folks, it’s that time of year again, and I am rolling out my bingo board for Book Bingo 2018! I completely reformatted the board for this year, and I added some different squares to keep things interesting. (All I ask is that the board stay attributed to me because I put a lot … More Book Bingo 2018!
As you can see, my participation in this readathon was a fairly dismal failure. Mythothon 2018 was hosted by Foxes and Fairytales: A Book Blog I did manage to read two books specifically for the readathon: Athena: Survivor in Death, by J.D. RobbFree Space: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, by J.K. Rowling Admittedly, … More Mythothon 2018 Wrap-Up
I would like to thank Lake Union Publishing and NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book. This was not my first time reading about paper wives, sons, and daughters, but I think Paper Wife is definitely my favorite book about the subject so far, and I had a really hard time putting this book … More Review: Paper Wife, by Laila Ibrahim
I’m already running behind as far as getting a TBR going goes, but I sat down last night and worked up a 5-book TBR for a “bingo” on the board. For more information on Mythothon, please visit Foxes and Fairytales: Book Blog. Athena – Read a book that’s not the first in the series: Survivor in Death, … More Mythothon TBR – November 2018
Welcome to November! How did we get here already?? Even as I write this, it is getting colder in my area, and it has been raining off and on the past few days. Snow is creeping down to lower and lower elevations, which means I don’t believe we’ll make it through November without seeing some … More November 2018 Reading Plans – Including Mythothon
I love October, you guys…I really do…and because I am posting this on Halloween, I just want to wish everyone a safe and happy Halloween. I’m also glad the month is almost over, though, because it has been a busy, stressful reading month, and I am hoping to make November less stressful. So, long story … More October 2018 Wrap-Up
There are trigger warnings for this book, including pedophilia/child molestation. Additionally: Trigger warnings for this book review due to the discussion on the nature of the book. This is neither an easy book to read nor an easy book to review. I listened to the audiobook of this, and there were times it got so … More Book Review: Sadie, by Courtney Summers
I enjoyed this book…mostly. But first, the good things: Eliot’s devotion to Iris against all odds was definitely enough to keep me turning the pages in anxious anticipation of discovering whether his quest to piece her back together would ultimately end up a success or a failure. The obstacles in the form of parts buyers … More Book Review: Love in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, by Judd Trichter