Did you set any new year’s resolutions? I didn’t (personally at least), but if you’re trying to read more this year, I can help! I love to read and I’m not picky about genre (except horror, keep that mess away from me), so today I’m sharing a bit of the best fiction of 2017!
A lot of people ask me how I read so many books so quickly, so I thought I’d share about that today! First of all, let me say that my employment status hasn’t really affected my reading speeds. Currently I’m self-employed making custom gold foil paper goods, but working from home doesn’t really mean I’m… Read More How I read so much
The only way I can think to describe this book is lovely. It’s just lovely. The story is sweet and meaningful and about taking risks and caring for people, without feeling like you must go do something crazy in order to identify with this book. Jenny Colgan’s novel is a book about books: a librarian finds… Read More Reading: The Bookshop On The Corner
I love fiction. Nonfiction has its place, but fiction reigns in my reading world. Of the 93 books I read this year, a whopping 65 of them were fiction. While I’m trying to read more nonfiction, mysteries and fantasies have my heart. There’s no clear theme among what I read this year, but I did… Read More Best reads of 2016: fiction edition
2015 may have been the year of escapism for me in fiction. Not in the genre specifically; more in the sense that I craved books set in another time, with characters of different ages and ethnicities and life experience than myself. The memorable books had faraway settings or fantastical realities or clear journeys/goals for the… Read More Top five fiction reads of 2015
One thing you should know about me is that I love to read. LOVE to read. Odds are, there’s a book in purse at all times. I’m the type who is already reading about four books at once, but there’s a system to it. Maybe we’ll cover that in a future blog post. As the… Read More Top five fiction reads of 2014
After reading a former housemate’s blog where she regularly does reviews of what she reads, I decided to take a leaf out of her book, so to speak. Standard questions she answers for each entry. You can find her blog here, at wwcutie.wordpress.com. Why are you reading this book? It’s the favorite book of at least… Read More Book review: The Count of Monte Cristo