Weekly Wrap Up – August 27

I feel like I’m wrapping up August on a high note, in terms of both quality and quantity. This week, I managed to finish three books, and start a couple more that I am really loving! I also got a decent amount of writing done – the first 3-5,000 words of my thesis are due […]

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Recommended Reading | Thrillers

Whether they’re books or movies, I’ve never been all that into thrillers. They have to be something particularly great to catch my interest. If a thriller falls flat, or is predictable, I can’t help but feel disappointed. But there have been a few books that really caught my attention and kept me reading into the wee […]

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What I’m Reading – August 25

Last night, as I started what is technically my sixth “currently-reading” book, I decided it might be interesting to write a quick post discussing the books I’m reading at the moment. I’m not sure if this is going to become a weekly thing or an every-once-in-a-while thing, but I think it might be a fun series, […]

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Comics I Need to Read

This year, I’ve been getting more into graphic novels and comics, and the more I explore, the more awesome new things I discover. There are so many series I want to read, so today, I thought I’d share the ones I want to start soon. Note: this doesn’t include the comic series I’m already currently […]

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Kind of a Ghost Story | The Grownup

I’ve been meaning to pick up another Gillian Flynn book since reading Gone Girl over a year ago. Lately, I’ve been in the mood for something thrilling, but short, so I thought it was the perfect time to read The Grownup a short story/novella originally published under the title “What Do You Do?” in the Rogues anthology (edited by […]

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Oprah’s Newest Book Club Pick | The Underground Railroad

I took a class in college where we examined the impact of Oprah’s Book Club. Basically, if Oprah puts a sticker on it, there’s pretty much a guarantee it’ll become a bestseller. People read them not just because they’re interested in those particular books, but because they want to be able to talk about the […]

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