The dreaded reading slump. Why does it happen? Is it because some strange occurrence in the universe watches and realizes that it seems we are having simply too much fun reading more than one book every 6 months. This strange power then grabs hold of us that turns us into procrastinators and we ignore our… Continue reading Reading Slumps
I love a good list – I live my life by lists. Sounds boring, I know, but I love the sense of achievement in ticking things off (when this actually happens). I find it helpful to have order in my job, there’s always so many things to get done, without my lists I would get… Continue reading BBC: Top 100 Reads
Thursday Quotables, the place to highlight a great quote, line or passage discovered during your reading each week. Original post from Bookshelf Fantasies. This week I’m reading: Title: A Gathering of Shadows Author: V E Schwab This passage reminded me that Lila Bard takes no nonsense: She was halfway to the stairs before the first… Continue reading Thursday Quotables
Original Post from The Broke and the Bookish -Top Ten Tuesday Post Contains Spoilers The Unconventional Heroine Bronte could have written Jane as a typical heroine, beautiful and social with men fawning over her. However she has given us a more relatable heroine in Jane who is described as plain and not beautiful. Jane’s Strong Moral… Continue reading Ten Reasons I Love Jane Eyre
This year is flying by, can you believe June is already upon us? I had set myself a goal to read 52 books this year…if I carry on my current pace I will surpass this as I am already on 35. Whilst considering this, I began to reflect back on my reading year so far… Continue reading Top 5 Books Read in 2016
What did I read and buy during the month of May?
Title: Blue Vigilante Author: Susan Arnold Page Count: 351 pages Synopsis: (Goodreads) In a rash, revenge-fueled decision, Marybeth decides to join the most feared gang in America, Black Bullet. During her initiation, she proves herself to be an amazing fighter, the best that the gang has ever seen and she quickly works her way up… Continue reading Review: Blue Vigilante by Susan Arnold
“Deep under the earth, inside its cardboard coffin, shrouded in the layers of white paper, the china doll with the jagged open crevasse in its skull was crying”
To the stars who listen—and the dreams that are answered.
A Little Introduction…