What’s on your spring TBR?
Unreliable narrators can be a bit of a hit or miss for me.
What books have made it onto your all-time favorites list in the past few years?
As a woman, it’s important for me to find strong but also relatable heroines in literature. Who are your favorite heroines?
I got 99 problems but a book ain’t one (yeah, more like 10).
We all have our deal-breakers and deal-makers when it comes to romance, whether in real life or in fiction.
I’m a huge horror junkie, as you might guess from my obsession with Stephen King. But there are a few classics out there that I still haven’t read that I really need to!
I’ve always wanted to have a book club, but so far, blogging here (and at The Broke and the Bookish and Insatiable Booksluts) is the closest I’ve come to having one. Here are the top ten books I’d like to read with a book club!
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is a freebie, so I chose one of the past topics that I’m pretty sure I’ve never done. It’s pretty easy to think of jerks in books—what will be harder is deciding who are truly the worst!
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday was supposed to be the top ten 2014 releases I meant to read, but, like I said last week, I don’t really track new releases except for Stephen King…
Lots of great stuff coming out this year! Luckily for me, most of the books I’m excited about are coming out in January or February.
I went with the “awesomely romantic couples” interpretation of this week’s theme.
Okay, so this is actually going to be my top five bookish memories, because I’m lame and haven’t met any authors or gotten anything signed or anything cool like that, and had to rely on basic experiences that aren’t exciting to anyone else but me. Except maybe the first. 1. Seeing Stephen King in person at…
1. Mrs. Norris – Mansfield Park, Jane Austen. Mrs. Norris must be one of the most flat-out evil characters in all of literature—but not in a Count Dracula or Pennywise kind of evil. The petty, mean, horrible-person-but-totally-human kind of evil that Jane Austen so excels at writing. Every time she opens her mouth I want…
So I guess I wrote half of this entry already when I posted my Reading Resolutions last week. But I said I reserved the right to add goals, so here is a more complete list now that I’ve thought on it some more: 1. Read at least 60 books. I read 52 in 2012, so…