So I've promised this for a while now and the time has come! WELCOME TO ACCIO BOOKS Accio Books is a yearly fundraiser put on by The Harry Potter Alliance. Accio Books started in 2009, and since then they have brought 350,000 books to children all over the globe. This year the HPA is working with… Continue reading ACCIO BOOKS!
On my drives to work, I'm currently listening to Shonda Rhimes books The Year of Yes. The premise of this book is that for a year, Shonda Rhimes said "yes" to things that scared her. I've not finished it yet, but look for the review probably Monday. But something that I got from the first couple hours… Continue reading ByGone Badass Broads
When I was a child, we had a bookshelf in the hallway upstairs. The top shelf was stacked with coloring books, the second shelf was half puzzles, the third was filled with Dr. Suess and other children's picture books, the bottom shelf held more puzzles and some board games. Next to the puzzles on the… Continue reading THE Murder book- The Stranger Beside Me by Ann Rule
As book bloggers, we read a lot of books. I search out books I feel extremely confident that I will enjoy based on how sad they look and reviews from other book bloggers and twitter. It is also though the magic twitter that I discovered what may be the best podcast that I listen to.… Continue reading Worst Best Sellers: a podcast that you should really be listening to.
It happens to all of us, we're reading; devouring books for months and then out of nowhere there's a wall, and you can't finish a book to save your life. In October I reached 50 books read in 2017 and I, like, immediately hit that wall. I had never reached the 50 book mark which has… Continue reading The Dreaded Reading Slump
A year ago today, I was sitting at my desk at work, and I sent my friend Jen a series of text messages (like I do every day because I'm that friend). The first being "I'm pretty sure today is Alexander Hamilton's birthday" and then "I think I want to start a blog." So I… Continue reading A Year of Blogging
Thankfully 2017 has ended, and 2018 is upon us. I am not the biggest fan of resolutions, but I want to put down my 2018 reading/bookish goals. I did that a little bit last week, but it was more of let's kill 2017 than celebrating 2018. Also, I'm better at actually staying with the things… Continue reading Taking on 2018