Is Nonfiction more important than Fiction?

During my first degree in college, I found a lot of my teachers had an eerily similar view of literature, that for some reason nonfiction was so much important to read that fiction. In fact, most of my teachers refused to accept any fictional writing, saying nonfiction was more high brow. At the time, it … Continue reading Is Nonfiction more important than Fiction?

Quick to Judge Book Challenge

A couple weeks weeks ago, I was tagged on Youtube to do this challenge by Mary and Joe from Book Buds. They are such a cute Youtube channel and I highly recommend them! This tag was created by Ali over at BookBinge. Pretty much, this challenge tells you to pick out six books you want … Continue reading Quick to Judge Book Challenge

Book Review: Lost Boys by Orson Scott Card

This is the second book I read by Orson Scott Card, the first one being Ender's Game, which I was not a big fan of. This book has been on my TBR for a bit, and it sounded really interesting. However, this book was totally different than the book synopsis promised it would be. Release: … Continue reading Book Review: Lost Boys by Orson Scott Card

First Book Unhaul of 2021

On Wednesday I did a book haul post, and this is an accompaniment post to that one, where I unhaul 20 books to match the 20 books I bought. Here's a link to the book haul, if you missed it. Now, even though I'm getting rid of a lot of books, that does not necessarily … Continue reading First Book Unhaul of 2021

Books I’m Looking Forward to in 2021

I've mentioned before on my blog that I usually don't look forward to many new book releases, because I'm the type of reader who prefers reading books which stand the test of time. An overhyped book from 2021 may or may not be good, but a 2014 book which everyone still loves is probably at … Continue reading Books I’m Looking Forward to in 2021

Book Review: The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly by Sun Mi Hwang

I happened upon this book on my recent rare visit to the library (since I never go anymore because of the disease which shall not be named), and I thought it looked adorable. Little did I know just how moving and beautiful it would be! Release: 2000 Page Count: 134 Format: Paperback Synopsis: Sprout is … Continue reading Book Review: The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly by Sun Mi Hwang

September 2020 Reading Wrap-up

Sign...so, college is happening. I'm only slightly overwhelmed. Just ignore that I had to write two seven-page papers in two weeks. Just ignored that I'm working like thirteen hour days to just keep up with classes, and I'm used to working ahead. This semester is madness, and it is mostly because of being entirely online. … Continue reading September 2020 Reading Wrap-up

Book Review: Daughter of the Reich by Louise Fein

This book came out just about a month ago, and I picked it up because I was interested in a historical novel from the perspective the Nazis during WWII. I love reading WWII novels in general, but usually it's from one of the allied perspectives (like American, British, or French). So I was happy to … Continue reading Book Review: Daughter of the Reich by Louise Fein

Book Review: Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress by Dai Sijie

This book was a random find at the Goodwill months ago and I was drawn to it simply for the fact that it was originally written in Chinese and is set during Mao's rule in China during the 1970's. While I did find it an interesting and quick book to read, I probably won't be … Continue reading Book Review: Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress by Dai Sijie

Book Review: All the Ways We Said Goodbye by Beatriz Williams, Lauren Willig, and Karen White

I realized going over my Goodreads's list of books I read last year that I read very few books released in 2019. I only read nine total books published in 2019, and only seven of those I actually read in 2019. So my convoluted and probably confusing point is, I want to read more books … Continue reading Book Review: All the Ways We Said Goodbye by Beatriz Williams, Lauren Willig, and Karen White