A friend of mine is always teasing me for the amount of books I buy compared to the actual number of books I read. The other day, after buying more books, she asked me how many I own that are unread. I laughed it off and said I didn’t know but the more I thought … Continue reading my true tbr
As I know I’m horrible at monthly tbr’s I gravitate towards quarterly/seasonal tbr’s because they seem easier to accomplish (emphasis on the "seem") and since spring is finally here I thought it was time I wrap up my winter reads and make my spring tbr. I’m only a little late to this blog post… not … Continue reading Spring Reads 2017
Reading slumps are horrible; I don’t recommend them to anyone, especially when they are four years long. In all my years of reading I have had plenty of reading slumps, but never one as long as this and my god it has been lonely. No new fantastic adventures to go on, no new charming characters … Continue reading 2018 Reading Goals – 2017 Wrap-up
Books finished from fall tbr: 0 Unfortunately it seems as though I was a little ambitious with my fall reads and although I thought only choosing three books would work (two of them being small(ish))… it didn’t. All I managed in two months was to read one of the short stories from Ray Bradbury’s “October … Continue reading Cozy Winter Reads 2017
Seeing as today is the first of October and it’s been a little over a week since the first day of autumn, I thought it was the best time to talk about spooky autumn reads! Originally, I wanted to do a post on my recommendations for “spooky” or “autumnal” books. While making the list, however, … Continue reading Spooky Autumn Reads 2017
Summer is officially over and school has long since started and I thought that, with the first day of fall being yesterday, it was time I wrapped up my summer reads list. Back at the end of June I had made a post about 10 books I wanted to read this summer. I have since … Continue reading Summer Reading 2017 Recap!
My relationship with audio books has always been… non-existent, primarily because I used to strongly dislike them. You could almost say they were my enemies of the book world. This, now that I think about it, is funny to say because when I was young both my parents read to me before bed on regular … Continue reading Thoughts on Audio Books
My relationship with reading these past four years has been… complicated. I read all the time for my program which often means I was reading about 200-300 pages a week. This number also depended on how many classes I took that semester and how intensive they were. Point being, I was forced to read every … Continue reading Summer Reading 2017
I think I might have a new favorite game or mini game, I still haven’t decided which category specifically I want to place it in, and it’s called Journey. It was originally released in 2012, so I’m a little late to this hype train but I’m on it now! I’m not a huge gamer but … Continue reading New Favorite Game?