Memes

Calendar Girls- Best novel with an active war

Welcome to the third month of the reading/blogging event Flavia and Melanie are hosting, Calendar Girls! It’s a monthly event designed to ignite bookish discussions between bloggers based on the monthly theme. For more information, check out Melanie or Flavia’s launch posts! This month we are discussing novels with an active war. There are a lot of books… Continue reading Calendar Girls- Best novel with an active war

Reviews

Review: The Bermudez Triangle / On the Count of Three by Maureen Johnson

This is the same book that for some reason was renamed. The copy I have is called The Bermudez Triangle, so that's what I will call it, but it is currently titled On The Count of Three The Details:           The Details: Publisher: Razorbill Published: October 6, 2015 Genres: Romance, Young Adult, LGBT+ My Rating: 4.5… Continue reading Review: The Bermudez Triangle / On the Count of Three by Maureen Johnson

Blogging

Being Weird on the Internet

  I recently finished listening to the audiobook version of Felicia Day's memoir You're never weird on the Internet (Almost), and I would like to talk about it. My first introduction to Felicia Day was in her role as Charlie Bradbury, the computer hacker/newbie hunter/ fantastic character on Supernatural in Season 7 of the show. When… Continue reading Being Weird on the Internet

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Top 5 Wednesday- Books to Get You Out of a Reading Slump

Top 5 Wednesday is currently being hosted by Sam at ThoughtsOnTomes. If you want to learn more about the group or are considering joining in, check out the Goodreads group. Each week has a different topic, and you just post 5 books that fit that topic. This week's topic is books that get you out… Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday- Books to Get You Out of a Reading Slump

Blogging

Review- The Sun is Also A Star

The Details: Publisher: Delacorte Press Published: November 1, 2016 Genres: Romance, Young Adult My Rating: 5 Stars Goodreads Blurb: Natasha: I’m a girl who believes in science and facts. Not fate. Not destiny. Or dreams that will never come true. I’m definitely not the kind of girl who meets a cute boy on a crowded New York City… Continue reading Review- The Sun is Also A Star