Look, no one needs another damn review of The Hobbit. If you haven’t heard of the book or heard/read someone’s opinion on it, you can throw a virtual stone on any literary website and probably find more reviews, articles, and homages than you could shake a stick (virtual or otherwise) at. So instead I’m going to talk about some of my favorite scenes – the ones that keep me rereading this book every year!
Is it even a new year if I don’t make a post reviewing my best and worst reads of 2019?! This year they’re brought to you in one, convenient post!
Zezee tagged me for the 1o Year Challenge and much like her, I wasn’t tracking what I was reading 10 years ago. I started keeping track of what I read in 2011 and I started blogging in 2014. I’m just going to go ahead and look at my tracker for 2011 and try to answer these.
It’s been a while since I did a tag and Zezee tagged me for this one two fucking years ago. I love the show , so let’s get into it! (I sound like a YouTuber lol)
Today I just want to ramble on about what makes me (and you) pick up a book.
Today I want to talk about my inability to keep up with series (serieses? Seriessss?)!
I recently had the opportunity to listen to Elizabeth Bear and Cadwell Turnbull chat about their latest books (or debut, in Turnbull’s case) and it was an excellent night! I figured I’d share some details with you.
Today I want to talk about previews of sequels, or the next book in a series, at the end of your current read.
My friend Melissa recently came to visit for our annual vacation. We always try to do a variety of things when we visit each other – with plenty of time for naps and reading parties – but you probably won’t be shocked to hear that we also make visiting bookstores a priority. Thus, I present to you our June vacation, which is certainly comprised of some non-book related activities, but is, at it’s heart, mostly about books.