Every time I tell someone what I do for a living (I’m a librarian) or how many books I read on average (hundreds a year…) they always tell me, “Oh, I want to read more, but I don’t have the time.”
“Oh, I want to read more, but I don’t have the time.”
I KNOW that November is going to be rough, so let’s take a look at how good I did in October!
In May I graduated from college, moved back home to Kentucky, studied for the GRE, and read a ton of books. Here’s a recap.
April is over, and it’s time to look back on how much I read before I dive into my May TBR pile
One of the most talked about YA authors in recent years has been Rainbow Rowell, best known for Eleanor & Park and Fangirl. he’s a lot more prolific of an author than the YA community gives her credit for.
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.”
Recently I devoured the book Young Jane Young and discovered Gabrielle Zevin. Now, I want to showcase her as an author.
oser’s Club is the perfect middle grade book for lovers of books, outcasts, people who are just trying to find their place, and all of us that have ever attended an after school program.
Check out Perfect Little World if you love the idea of perfection and how impossible it is to achieve it due to humanity because human.