I pose this question in a short post today, because honestly, I think I do. If anyone remembers, and I'm sure no one does, I made a comment in this post a few months ago, about how if JK Rowling ever started writing mysteries, I would have to go out and buy them right away. … Continue reading Do I Live Under a Rock?
I decided to immerse myself in reading a lot more than I have in the past year...summer has been a bit slow for me, just because of all the things I've had going on, and I'm sure it will be difficult to keep up a solid reading pace when I go back to school, but … Continue reading Goodreads and Bookish Updates
In which I discuss Prisoner of Azkaban, where I've begun to question everything I know about Romione, I hate Snape more than ever before, and Sirius and Lupin are making me sad.
Let me rant to you about Gilderoy Lockhart, my old terror of puking up slugs, and the classic debate of Book Ginny vs. Movie Ginny.
Happy Memorial Day! In honor of the holiday, here's three books I recommend about the life of soldiers.
I finished Sorcerer's Stone today, and I am moved. I don't even know why, but this series is making me fall in love with it even more.
I'm taking off on my Harry Potter reread marathon for this summer. Today, I'm partway through Sorcerer's Stone, and I am loving every minute of it.
I always start imagining what a story or characters are like before I even sit down to read a book, and this often sets me up for disappointment when I finally do get around to a book on my TBR list.
We're all busy people, and reading can be time consuming. Here's 5 ways to make more time for it in your busy schedule.
As I head into my last week of the year for college, I reflect on some books from back in high school that were a drag to get through.