Bookmarks from Holiday Cards!

It’s January, which means I have no clue what to do with all of the lovely cards people have sent my family and I. This year I turned them into bookmarks! It is such a simple DIY that barely takes time to do. I love this idea because you can enjoy your cards for a […]

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Graveyard of the Half-Read Books

School makes reading for fun difficult. There are so many assignments, and general studying, that books get set aside for another time. When that time rolls around, the last thing I want to do is read. Currently there are 3 books that have been started, but are no where near being finished. I’ve been trying […]

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Thoughts on Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard (Spoiler Free)

This is the first time I have ever had to experience the waiting for the next book in a series. Usually, I’m a little late to the game and I can snag book after book without the agony of waiting for months for the newest installment. Not this time. I read Red Queen one humid […]

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The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan

This book was worth the year and a half wait. I wanted to wait until my local library got a copy, and it took a LONG while. I knew that half the book was short adult fiction, so I didn’t want to buy in case I didn’t like it. It sounds mean but now, other […]

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Thoughts on This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab 

Sunai Sunai eyes like coal, sing you a song and steal your soul. I read this savage song by victoria schwab and I have opinions. Trying really hard to not spoil the book for anyone.  This is a world where  humans are in constant danger of the monsters they have created. Each monster is “born” […]

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Fall Reads 2016 

*Elisabeth,  you are writing this in the middle of a hurricane, so if this doesn’t get up Sept. 1, don’t beat yourself up.* August has come and gone in a blink of an eye. School has started up again, but does that mean I’ll shorten my reading list? HA no. I still have an ambitious […]

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I Only Read These Because School Made Me…

AND NOW I LOVE THEM (I’m done yelling I promise)! Even though I love reading and literature, like everyone else I strongly dislike assigned reading. Reading and scrutinizing every detail of a book, with deadlines, homework, tests, AND projects is nobody’s idea of a good reading experience. On the other hand, If no one forced […]

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