Top Ten Tuesday | Things Books Made Me Want to Do

Today’s Top Ten Tuesday is all about things books made me want to do. This is going to be a short post, because I don’t have much time to write today – I’m just happy to get a post up at all. So, without further ado, here are the top ten things books have made […]

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Book Review | The Circle

I will admit that, occasionally, I will pick up books simply because actors I like are starring in the movie adaptation. Which is exactly what happened with Dave Egger’s The Circle (soon to be made into a film starring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks). The movie isn’t set to come out until later this year, which […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – July 24

This past week has been completely insane. I’m writing this Saturday afternoon (ugh, I didn’t realize how late it was already), in the first real moment I’ve had to sit and do anything. Monday, I worked ten hours; Tuesday, my relatives arrived from Jerusalem; Wednesday and Thursday, I worked ten-hour days; and on Friday, I […]

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Book Review | This Savage Song

I love Victoria Schwab. Every time I read one of her books, I get utterly sucked into a world that is not my own. Her writing is subtle and beautiful, and I’m pretty much guaranteed to love anything that comes out of her genius mind. Obviously, I had to get my hands on her newest […]

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Reading Resolutions – Mid-Year Update

At the beginning of the year, I published my top ten reading resolutions (it was a TTT post), and since we’re halfway through the year, I thought it’d be fun to look back and see how I’ve been doing. So here we go: Read More Nonfiction. Out of a total of 93 books finished so […]

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Top Ten Tuesday | Books Set Outside the US

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is all about books set outside the US. I’ll be honest, the majority of what I read is set in the US (or other planets or worlds that don’t actually exist), but I do make a conscious effort to read diversely, which includes books with international settings and books that are […]

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Book Review | My Lady Jane

Lately, I’ve been searching for a historical young adult novel. But the market has kind of been overwhelmed by World War II, and I was kind of in the mood for something a little more fun and upbeat. I have actually read a book about Jane Grey – Innocent Traitor by Alison Weir – and I […]

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