When I worked in the library, one of the complaints that I got a lot was about the fact that we offered e-book services. "I'm so mad. I'm sick of these e-book things. I want a real book. You're getting rid of real books and only providing e-books. Kids these days don't even know what a … Continue reading In Defense of E-Books
In all honesty, the verdict is still out on this book. I'd be really interested to hear the perspective of Puerto Rican readers, and/or readers with more experience with Latinx stories. I wish my thoughts were more coherent - but I'm just really conflicted.
This week, I'm sharing the books that I couldn't help but read in one sitting (or I definitely would have read in one sitting if things like going to class hadn't gotten in the way).
I know that I sound like a broken record, but March is going by so quickly! I can't believe that it's already the 20th! I've had, like, 5 different days this week where I thought it was Tuesday but it was already Wednesday. Have you ever done that? Where all of a sudden you realize … Continue reading All The Short Ones Readathon || Update No. 3
I was tagged by Audrey to do the Beauty and the Beast book tag, which I was of course very excited to complete. Especially since I saw the new movie with weekend, and guys, it's wonderful. Also, meet my dog, Lenny.
A magical pair of pants that fits four best friends, all very differently shaped. It keeps them bonded together over their first summers apart. A ridiculous concept? Yes. A wonderful series that touches your soul in ways you didn't think were possible in books about jeans? Yes. If you liked The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, here are some other books you should check out.
OK, I get that it's terrible that a) I've never read an Agatha Christie novel before this point and b) I really didn't enjoy my experience reading Agatha Christie.
This week's theme looks at the books at the top of your spring TBR. I thought that since I'm planning a reading vacation for my Spring Break that I'd include the ten books that I'm hoping to read over that vacation. (More than a book a day is a reasonable reading goal, right?)
Can you believe we're almost halfway through March? This month is going by so quickly! Once again I'm not quite as far along in the readathon as I would like to be, but I've been busier with work than I had anticipated, which I guess is a good thing. If you would like to read … Continue reading All The Short Ones Readathon || Update No. 2
This book was hands-down hilarious. Ben is a highly entertaining narrator, who views the world with a wonderfully dry and absurd sense of humour.