I've always seen this meme floating around the book blogging world but didn't quite understand what it was. After reading a little more about it though I think I understand it a bit 😛 Hosted by Taking on a World of Words, this is designed to help organize a reader's weekly reading schedule with questions … Continue reading WWW Wednesday
Author: Jennifer Kincheloe Pages: 370 Genres: Historical Fiction, Mystery, Romance Anna Blanc, a rich young woman living in early 1900s Los Angeles with her father, is tired of living a mediocre life that is basically navigated by men's decisions for her. The book starts out with Blanc trying to run away to get secretly married … Continue reading Review: The Secret Life of Anna Blanc
Happy 2018 everyone! I can't believe a year has already come and gone! So, to help kick off the New Year here are some great New Years quotes from writers to help give some inspiration for 2018. "A new heart for a New Year, always!" Charles Dickens "Ring out the old, ring in … Continue reading Happy New Year!
Almost every year around this time I tend to get excited and motivated to do these reading challenges only to find that I follow them for about month. However, I hope this year that won't be the case and I'll actually complete one. After browsing through dozens of challenges (all which were awesome and hard … Continue reading My 2018 Reading Challenge
If you've read some of my previous posts you'll find that I'm a huge Agatha Christie fan. This obsession started back a few years ago when I read a blog post about this mystery writer who wrote these creepy stories. Fast forward to 2017 and I've gone completely crazy over Christie. At first glance, Christie's … Continue reading 8 Agatha Christie Books You Need to Read
Lately I've become a little obsessed with Iceland. I mean who wouldn't be?! It has the Northern lights, tasty food, beautiful landscapes, and a unique language, but when I heard there was a thing called the Christmas Book Flood that happens every December I was pretty much ready to pack my bags and move there. … Continue reading Iceland’s Christmas Book Flood
"The rooms were very still while the pages were softly turned and the winter sunshine crept in to touch the bright heads and serious faces with a Christmas greeting." Little Women "Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn't before! What if Christmas, he thought, doesn't come from a store. What if Christmas, … Continue reading 10 Christmas Quotes From Literature