Two posts from me today! This time, a redux of my 2012 reading challenge. As you can see, my goal of reading 60 books this year has been more than met, which makes me very happy! 1. The Sapphire Rose… Read More ›
Month: December 2012
Year in Review!
Greetings all! I have returned after enjoying the holidays with my family. I hope you and yours had a nice holiday, whichever one you celebrate this time of year. As 2012 draws to a close, it’s time to look over… Read More ›
My friend Jess and I have a little project that we’re working on. It’s a podcast called Bibliophiles Anonymous. I might have mentioned it a few times. Insert the obligatory “please-listen-and-subscribe-to-us-on-iTunes” here. Anyway, Jess got us signed up for a… Read More ›
Top Ten Tuesday – Best Books of 2012
I feel kind of bad this week, because I picked this topic for the wildcard week about a month ago. None of the answers have changed, with the exception of my book challenge goal, which I’ve more than completed. So… Read More ›
Because there’s nothing else to say . . .
Newtown, Connecticut – you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Rise up while you can . . .
My God, this book! This is another one that I’ve wanted to talk about ever since I finished it, because it completely blew me away. After the last page, I just sat there, staring at the book, thinking to myself,… Read More ›
I swear we were infinite . . .
Today’s review is one that I have been looking forward to writing ever since I finished this book – The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. It’s a hard review to write though because, honestly, where do I… Read More ›
Top Ten Tuesday – New Author Edition
Greetings one and all! After several days (weeks?) of work, my company has now settled into our new office. Maybe now I can actually get some work done. And sleep. 😉 But enough of that! It’s Tuesday, which means another… Read More ›
I mentioned several times that I was participating in a writing challenge during November (and partially in October). Actually, I think I mentioned it on nearly every blog post written during that time. And I mentioned last time that I… Read More ›
Welcome to the City of Bones
It had been a while since I read Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments series. I had always meant to re-read it at some point. And then I saw this. Why is August so far away!!!!! I read the first two books… Read More ›