I assume I was in elementary school when I first read Inkheart,
I feel like books and movies never started getting pushed back until I started getting excited for them
I feel like as a society we went through a good six year period where every time we turned around there was a new Nicholas Sparks movie coming out
Another week of me talking about books I was forced to read in school that I ended up loving
Go see this movie. Read the book. Recommend it. Make it your book club pick. You won’t regret it.
It’s time for me to talk about one of my beloved books being turned into an AWFUL movie.
One of my goals this year was to read the Newbery Winners since I was born (1995), and I decided to do that in March.
I never expected to be the chaperone crying on a third grade field trip, but there I was
I discovered the Virgin Suicides as an assigned reading text in college.
The Pulitzer Prize committee and I don’t always agree on what the best book of the year is
I read The Hours to prepare myself in case there was like…a quiz or something on the first day of class
Will I ever stop raving about the new adaption of Little Women? No.