My Favorite Book Quotes #1

I keep a little notebook on my bookshelf filled with cool quotes I run across within books I’m reading. Recently, I’ve been enjoying reading other blogger’s talk about their favorite quote/quotes, either from individual books or books in general. So I’m starting a new series on my blog, where I’ll be sharing with all you … Continue reading My Favorite Book Quotes #1

A Note on Book Translations: Who Do You Trust?

Odds are that sometime in your life you have found yourself reading a book which has been translated. Some of the greatest classics in the world weren’t written in English (and since you’re reading this now, I will assume that you read in English). War and Peace. Arabian Nights. The Art of War. Around the … Continue reading A Note on Book Translations: Who Do You Trust?

Popular Classic Books I Dislike

I love reading the classics. I feel like those books which were popular for several decades or more, through many generations, must be good. Otherwise, why would they stay popular? Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Some classic books that are pretty popular are actually horrible, in my opinion. Just because I didn’t like … Continue reading Popular Classic Books I Dislike

Books I’m Excited for March, 2018

Bachelor Girl by Kim van Alkemade Genre: Fiction, Adult, Historical Release Date: March 6, 2018 I don’t know what it is about these historical dramas that intrigue me so much, but here’s another one. Honestly, I’m curious more about the historical era (the 1930s) and the connection the book has to a real story than … Continue reading Books I’m Excited for March, 2018

The Book Life Tag

I’m not sure where this book tag originated, but I discovered it here. And no one tagged me. In fact, I really wouldn’t want to be tagged in any book tag. If I want to write something, I do it anyway. So no tagging to or from me. But this one looked like so much … Continue reading The Book Life Tag

Books I’m Excited for February, 2018

The Bookworm by Mitch Silver Genre: Fiction, Adult, Historical, Mystery, Thriller Release Date: February 6, 2018 Honestly, I was interested to this book purely due to its name, but when I read the plot it sounded actually good. Though I am slightly getting sick of historical fiction set during WWII (can’t writers write about a … Continue reading Books I’m Excited for February, 2018

What’s the Point of New Year’s Resolutions?

It’s a new year. And with every New Year comes the dreaded New Year’s Resolutions. I feel as if, at least in American society, there is almost this pressure that you have to make at least one resolution as the year begins. I grew up in a house where New Year Resolutions weren’t really a … Continue reading What’s the Point of New Year’s Resolutions?