Welcome to The Grand World of Books 2019 Book Bingo! Welcome to all my fellow bookworms and book dragons! If you are new to GWB Book Bingo, welcome to the fun! If you are coming back for another year, welcome back! I am so happy to have all of you joining me on this journey … More The Grand World of Books 2019 Book Bingo
I’ll Be Gone in the Dark was finished posthumously after the author, Michelle McNamara passed away in 2016 before she was able to completely finish the book. Because of this, the book was pieced together primarily from her research, the partial manuscript for the book and her previous articles about the Golden State Killer (GSK). … More Review: I’ll Be Gone in the Dark
Happy New Year fellow readers! I hope that 5 days in everyone is feeling pleased with their reading progress so far, whatever that may be. I love this time of year because no matter how bogged down I felt at the end of December, somehow the SECOND the clock switches to midnight on January 1st, … More Let’s Talk About Spreadsheets
Sending wishes for a safe and happy holiday season out to all my fellow book worms and book dragons. Whatever holiday you celebrate at this time of year, I hope it is a time full of joy and fellowship with those you love.
(Please note: The above map was created by Book Roast, a lovely BookTuber, who is also hosting the Magical Readathon: Christmas at Hogwarts challenge. I added in the books for my TBR, but otherwise, all credit goes to Book Roast.) Starting tomorrow, December 17, and running through December 26, 2018, Book Roast is hosting the … More Magical Readathon: Christmas at Hogwarts TBR
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