I never expected to be the chaperone crying on a third grade field trip, but there I was
September was an AWESOME release month and October is shaping up to be no different.
A lot of the books they choose to read have movie adaptations, and after reading the book, the club watches the movie together. Personally I love this idea!
In celebration of June and 2018 being halfway through, here’s the Mid Year Freak Out Book Tag!
Writing can be a man’s world…at least some of it can be, which is why, even in 2018, there are female writers who chose to obscure their identity or take on a male pseudonym
It’s spring cleaning time ya’ll, and there’s a book tag for everything.
Like many other people, I’m doing the PopSugar reading challenge this year to try and be more targeted in my TBR pile
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 don’t normally consider myself a movie watcher, but over this Christmas break,, I watched a metric heck ton of movies. Unsurprisingly, a huge chunk of these movies were related to books
After seeing Wonder in theaters with my third grade sister’s class, I felt compelled to read the book, and I’m glad I did. The movie, directed by Stephen Chbosky, author of The Perks of Being a Wallflower, was a pretty good adaptation of the book and the casting was amazing, but I enjoyed the book just as much