We all love Chick-Fil-A, and it feels like the brand is a phenomenon now that we can’t ignore
How is it already April? How am I going to fit in all the books I want to read this month?
Wow! October was a HUGE month for releases, and while November is slower, it still packs some punches.
I’ve decided to be really intentional about my reading in July because I’m planning to start grad school and move and start working full time in August if not sooner and I really should be on top of my crap by then.
Books can be expensive, but that hasn’t quenched my thirst for literacy.
On my quest to complete the Pop Sugar reading challenge in 2017, I’ve been compiling these posts that are meant to help you and me fill out the prompts presented to us. Today, I’m tackling books with animals in the title
I always like to start off the year strong. Thankfully, I did just that in January 2018. Here’s how my January shook out
I’ve heard a lot of talk about Marie Lu through the years, especially in YA book groups, but I finally checked her out for myself when I picked up Warcross and absolutely devoured i
Another popular “reading challenge” prompt, along with “fruits and vegetables” is a book with a certain color in the title. I think the PopSugar prompt for this year is “A book with your favorite color in the title.”
If you’re struggling with your PopSugar Reading Challenge for 2018, check out some of these options!
I’m always interested in looking at the breakdown of my reading, especially fiction versus nonfiction, male vs female authors, etc. Here is my 2017 reading broken down by the numbers.
Recently I devoured the book Young Jane Young and discovered Gabrielle Zevin. Now, I want to showcase her as an author.