There are so many signs that prove you're a bookworm. Here are some that I've come up with (along with wonderful GIFs): 1) While reading one book, you're already trying to decide which book to read next ... which usually just results in reading more than one book at a time. 2) Any spare change in … Continue reading 10 Signs That Prove You’re a Bookworm
I love Fairytales. I especially love fairytale retellings! Here are a few retellings that I've either read, or really would love to read: The Fairest of Them All by Carolyn Turgeon This book was amazing! This book talks about how Rapunzel grew up to be Snow White's Evil Stepmother... You will not see those plot twists coming! Cruel … Continue reading Twisted Good Fairytales
Have you ever been judged by your rating average? I have. And let me tell you right now that it's really bloody annoying. If you don't know what a rating average is, it basically just gives you a number that represents how "high" you rate most of the time. The rating average is given to … Continue reading Here’s Why My Rating Average Doesn’t Define Me As A Reviewer
Jennifer recently posted a discussion about how relying on reviews doesn't always work, which made me think about how many times I've been deceived by reviews. Has this never happened to any of you? When you see this book that you realize has tons of awesome 4 & 5 star reviews, and then when you … Continue reading Dear Book: WHY CAN’T I LOVE YOU?!
I love buying books. I think that "book buying" can actually be considered a hobby of mine. Every time I get an Amazon Gift Card, I start plotting ways to get as many books as I can with that gift card. But... I have a huge problem. I spend hours trying to buy a book! So, I've … Continue reading Why I Take HOURS to buy a Book in a Bookstore
I bet that whenever anyone hears the word A Capella, they think about Pitch Perfect. I'm here to help all of you discover the wonderful world that is A Capella! Let me make something clear, I don't mean to patronize or make anyone feel bad. No, no no. I just want to gush about my … Continue reading Let’s Talk A Capella
Okay, so with the title of this post, you can infer that this has to do with reviewing... but how? I'll tell you how: when book bloggers ultimately choose to read and review their books, there's always these two periods that I chose to call: before blogging (BB) and after (AB). These two periods are … Continue reading I’m on a Mission… I WANNA REVIEW THEM ALL!