Some Nonfiction Books

I got to be honest. I don’t read a lot of nonfiction. I love fiction and stories and especially fantasy. Sometimes the real life just gets too mundane for me. Still, there have been a few nonfiction books I’ve enjoyed and more that are on my to-read list. Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom. “The…… Continue reading Some Nonfiction Books

Classics Book Tag

I’ve always loved reading classics. I think as a kid it started out of spite to show people I am smart, but now I read classics not only to say I’ve read them, but there are times I really do enjoy them. Plus, reading classics help me understand different references rampant in today’s pop culture.…… Continue reading Classics Book Tag

Why I Love Bookstores

This pandemic that’s ravaged the world has taken a lot from us. For the last year, many of us have been isolated, in quarantine, on lockdown. One of the things I miss most about the world where we could go out is bookstores. Like, I’m having severe bookstore withdrawal even though I have plenty of…… Continue reading Why I Love Bookstores

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Holiday Reads for Christmas

Christmas is almost here! For some people it might be joyous, others stressful, and still others painful. Whatever your situation this holiday season, I hope you find time for much deserved relaxation with a good book. If you’re looking for a good holiday read, look no further. Wintry Read: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion,…… Continue reading Holiday Reads for Christmas

Book Spine Poetry

I’ve recently learned of a new poetic form–one that is great for literary lovers, and that is Book Spine Poetry. Book Spine Poetry is a type of found poem, a poem made up of words from other places–can be words from books, newspapers, websites, billboards, etc. In this case, the words are titles on the…… Continue reading Book Spine Poetry

Literary Family Notables

I did some for friends and romance, why not include the best families in the literary world? Some books and fictional worlds can model what good family relationships can look like. Best Mom: Who is caring, supportive, kind, and tries to take care of everyone? Molly Weasley! Yes, she has her own drawbacks–like the way…… Continue reading Literary Family Notables

Fictional Relationship Superlatives

You know in high school when people were voted “most likely to succeed” and “most talented”? Or was it just my high school that did that? Well, I thought it would be fun to look at some fictional couples and friendships and do the same! Some spoilers may be ahead but I’ll do my best…… Continue reading Fictional Relationship Superlatives

It’s Princess Day!

November 18 is national princess day! This day has graced our history ever since The Swan Princess came out in 1994. Since then, this day is used to celebrate the princess in all of us. This year, to celebrate, I am giving a list of books that feature some awesome princesses. Seriously, Cinderella Is SO…… Continue reading It’s Princess Day!