The Book Blogger Test Tag

It’s Friday! Woo! Another week has finally come to an end and thank goodness. I don’t know about all of you, but I can not wait to enjoy my two days off. I’m ridiculously ecstatic. To celebrate I thought I would do something fun like a book tag 🙂 This is a tag I found…

What Are You Reading Wednsday

Happy Wednesday everyone 🙂 It’s been a full week and I’m still reading the same book. (shame settling in) Oddly enough life has kind of picked up around here with work, friends, and family. I like to think that’s the reason I haven’t gotten very far in this book. Truthfully this book just doesn’t have…

Top Ten Tuesday

Happy Tuesday everyone 🙂 Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. Each week they post a new Top Ten list that everyone is welcome to join. Also, it says top 10 but there’s plenty of leeway for those (like me) who have trouble hitting this number sometimes. This…

Ilvermorny Sorting

So what is this Cursed Child business? Harry Potter is over, there was a beginning and an ending and it’s done. Also, what is this Ilvermorny you speak of? An American Wizarding School??? They’re gonna ruin it! They’re going to kill it like they killed Twilight! They’re clearly just trying to make money now……….or so I thought.

June Book Review

June by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore Publisher: Crown Publishing a branch of Penguin Random House Genre: Fiction, Coming of Age Pages: 379 “Twenty-five-year-old Cassie Danvers is holed up in her family’s crumbling mansion in rural St. Jude, Ohio, mourning the loss of the woman who raised her—her grandmother, June. But a knock on the door forces her…

It’s Back!!!

Happy Wednesday folks! How long has it been since I did a What Are You Reading Wednesday post?? Excuse me while take a look………. June 16th! It’s now been over a month……that’s four Wednesdays having passed by. Huh, must not love you guys very much anymore. TOTALLY KIDDING!!!! I’m actually the epitome of procrastination. Alright…

The Book of Esther Book Review

The Book of Esther by Emily Barton Publisher: Tim Duggan Books branch of Penguin Random House Genre: Fiction, Literary/Alternative History/Jewish Pages: 416   “Eastern Europe, August 1942. The Khazar kaganate, an isolated nation of Turkic warrior Jews, lies between the Pontus Euxinus (the Black Sea) and the Khazar Sea (the Caspian). It also happens to lie between…

It’s a Quotes Kind of Day

Am I the only one who keeps a journal full of quotes?  Is it weird that every time I pick up a new book I also have to pick up said journal? Is it also weird that I carry that journal with me, everywhere I go! You just never know when a good quote will…

Top Ten Tuesdays

This is my first Top Ten Tuesday post!! I’ve often seen this done by other Book Bloggers but felt like it was something more for the “in crowd.” Probably just feeling intimidated by their amazing blogs. Well 🙂 I’m just gonna go for it. Mostly because it gives me a great idea for new posts….

This or That

I just felt like doing a book tag today 🙂 something fun. I got his tag from angiesbookblog, check out her blog when you get a chance. She does some really fun tags and other book related posts. I especially enjoyed her US Book Covers vs UK Book Covers post 🙂 Alright here we go!…

If The Magic Fits Book Review

If The Magic Fits by Susan Maupin Schmid Publisher: Random House Children Genre: Childrens Fiction, (Middle Age) Pages: 191 Rating: 5/5 “Inside an enchanted castle, there’s a closet—a closet with one hundred dresses that nobody ever wears. Dresses like those need a good trying-on, and Darling Dimple is just the girl to do it. When…