Category: Just for Fun

2018 End of Year Book Survey

Welcome to my Big Book Survey for 2018! Number Of Books You Read: 48 (goal of 48!) Number of Re-Reads: 7 Genre You Read Most: Literary Fiction Best Book You Read In 2018? So Big by Edna Ferber On Tyranny by Timothy Snyder Sometime… Continue Reading “2018 End of Year Book Survey”

Twenty-Four Things About Me

I thought I would have a little bit of fun today with a very old meme that used to go around the blogosphere. The concept is pretty simple, review the categories below and provide four responses that answer the question. It’s a bit of… Continue Reading “Twenty-Four Things About Me”

Top Ten Books on My Summer TBR Pile

With just two weeks left in the spring academic semester, I’ve been thinking ahead to the reading I would like to do this summer. I thought I would harken back to the good ol’ days of blogging, when the Top Ten Tuesday feature was… Continue Reading “Top Ten Books on My Summer TBR Pile”

Roof Beam Reader in Books

I saw this little meme at On Bookes (originally from Fictionophile) and thought it looked fun. I also realized it has been months and months since I’ve participated in a “meme,” so why not? The rules Spell out your blog’s name.  Find a book… Continue Reading “Roof Beam Reader in Books”

2017 End of Year Book Survey

Welcome to my Big Book Survey for 2017! Number Of Books You Read: 80 (goal of 75) Number of Re-Reads: 12  Genre You Read Most: Literary Fiction/Classics + LGBT Fiction Best Book You Read In 2017? The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas The… Continue Reading “2017 End of Year Book Survey”

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