Am I supposed to be packing right now for my latest business trip? Yes. Unfortunately, all packing came to an abrupt stop when it came to picking out books I should bring with me (again). So here I am, taking a break from packing to share with you my three (and a half) tips for…
I usually tend to stay away from reading challenges – honestly they stress me out a bit. However, for 2019 I decided I will be participating in the “Year of the Asian Reading Challenge” because I have noticed that I somehow pigeonholed myself into a very narrow band of crime fiction. There is only so…
Honestly, before I started following a lot of Book Bloggers I never read new releases. This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is about the most anticipated releases of the first half of 2019 and I surprised myself by actually having some titles not only on a list but also pre-ordered.
It will be found, in fact, that the ingenious are always fanciful, and the truly imaginative never otherwise than analytic. Edgar Allan Poe, The Murders in the Rue Morgue
You guys! 2018 is over! Did it fly by for anyone as fast as it did for me? Goodness. Welcome 2019!! As I am making resolutions and setting reading goals, here is this weeks week’s Top Ten Tuesday all about my top ten reads of 2018.
Hope. It’s an emotion that you want to keep hold of, but one that can destroy the most. Susi Holliday, The Deaths of December
Believing anything in life is fated is just a way to avoid taking responsibility. Margot Hunt, For Better and Worse
“The difference between a hero and a victim? Timing.” Taylor Adams, No Exit
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is all about Christmas! Here is my list of top ten books I hope to find under the Christmas tree this year.
“It wasn’t the big decisions that set the course of one’s life; it was the slow accretion of all the little ones.” – Lauren Willig, The English Wife