Category: 2018 TBR Pile Challenge

November Checkpoint! #TBR2018RBR

Hello, TBR Pile Challengers! It is November 28th, which means I’m nearly a full two weeks late in getting this checkpoint posted. What happened!? Suddenly, the days seem to be barreling down on us, with time quickly running out for this little challenge of… Continue Reading “November Checkpoint! #TBR2018RBR”

October Checkpoint! #TBR2018RBR

Hello, TBR Pile Challengers! Here we are, in the middle of October. Suddenly, the days seem to be barreling down on us, with time quickly running out for this little challenge of ours. If you’re like me, you have a lot of reading left… Continue Reading “October Checkpoint! #TBR2018RBR”

September Checkpoint! #TBR2018RBR

Hello, TBR Pile Challengers!  Somehow, while the summer days flew by and the new school year began, and while the cool iced drinks began to give way to the return of all things Pumpkin Spice, another month passed for our challenge, too, which means… Continue Reading “September Checkpoint! #TBR2018RBR”

August Checkpoint! #TBR2018RBR

Hello, TBR Pile Challengers!  We’ve reached month eight in our TBR Pile Challenge, which means we are now in the final quarter of the event! (It also means, for me, fall semester begins in less than two weeks — where did the summer go!?)… Continue Reading “August Checkpoint! #TBR2018RBR”

“Joansing” for Didion

While Halloween has always held a coveted spot in my heart and imagination, the truth is, I used to get almost as excited for the 4thof July. It was like the summertime version of my favorite autumn day, where the rules were bent and… Continue Reading ““Joansing” for Didion”

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