Book Blogger Hop: How Do You Decide Book Order?

The Book Blogger Hop is a book meme hosted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer where you answer a weekly prompt featuring a book related question. This way you have a chance to check out other people’s blogs and gain new followers yourself. This Week’s Question How do you decide the order of reading yourContinue reading “Book Blogger Hop: How Do You Decide Book Order?”

Goodreads Monday: March 9

I’m taking part in Goodreads Monday. This was started by Lauren’s Page Turners, in which you choose a book listed on your Goodreads TBR and talk about it. This Week’s Post: The Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis Synopsis:It’s 1913, and on the surface, Laura Lyons couldn’t ask for more out of life–her husbandContinue reading “Goodreads Monday: March 9”

March 9, 2019: End of Week Reading Blog

I’m currently reading two books at the moment. I never thought I would take on such a task, but I was willing to take up the challenge. After reading ‘Six of Crows’, I searched my local library for a copy of ‘Crooked Kingdom’, but no luck. The book is only available in 2 library branchesContinue reading “March 9, 2019: End of Week Reading Blog”

February 23, 2019: A Blade So Black by L.L. McKinney/A Review

I felt so enthralled by ‘A Blade So Black’. This is a modern retelling of ‘Alice in Wonderland’, set in Atlanta, Georgia. Alice is a young, African-American woman, balancing the stress of high school and an over-protective mother while fighting the Nightmares plaguing the magical world of Wonderland. In this version of the Lewis CarollContinue reading “February 23, 2019: A Blade So Black by L.L. McKinney/A Review”

December 20, 2018: Time for Reading

I wish I could read more of my current story during the week, since it’s a high page count. I’m still tackling my books about a couple chapters a night. Some days I have some time during my break, but I don’t want to get to used to reading then, since I usually get workContinue reading “December 20, 2018: Time for Reading”

December 14, 2018: Reading Progress/Routines

I’m about halfway through ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’. The way that people assimilate to a leader’s outlandish routines is pretty astounding. It makes me wonder when the ‘breakthrough’ point will emerge. I watched a YouTube video last night on a man explaining his reading routine. He talks about spending some nights reading until dawn. I reallyContinue reading “December 14, 2018: Reading Progress/Routines”

October 19, 2018: Literary Paths

I’m really liking ‘Daughters of the Lake’ so far. Wendy Webb loves going into a historical account of the characters involved in her plotlines. It’s very helpful for me, since I feel like it helps build tension for the pending drama that’s sure to take place. I enjoy exploring many book blogging sites. Since IContinue reading “October 19, 2018: Literary Paths”

October 15, 2018: Reading

Every evening I try to make a point to do some reading. I really want to reconnect with my literary side, so I’m working hard to maintain some amount of reading each day. I began reading ‘Daughters of the Lake’. I’m only on Chapter Four, but it’s a pretty good read so far. I’m hopefulContinue reading “October 15, 2018: Reading”

April 2, 2018: “Not That I Could Tell”: A Small Summary

I finished reading my Book of the Month selection for March, ‘Not That I Could Tell’ by Jessica Strawser. It turned out to be an engaging read. The story centered around the small community of Yellow Springs, Ohio, as a group of women are left to figure out the whereabouts of one of their friendsContinue reading “April 2, 2018: “Not That I Could Tell”: A Small Summary”

March 12, 2018: Home Early

It’s a rare moment when I’m home from work at 6pm, yet here I am at home, at 6:05, watching the evening news. Usually my job has me busy from very early in the morning until after 6…and I’m working until 6pm the rest of the week, due to the center being short-staffed. So I’mContinue reading “March 12, 2018: Home Early”