Hey guys! I wrote the other day about my addiction to podcasts, namely, Serial. And since I can never stop at just listening to one thing or reading one thing, I put together a list of books for other podcast fans. Both fiction and nonfiction, these books have similar story lines, or mysteries, or characters, to some of the very real people […]
If you’re into podcasts, nonfiction, cold cases, or any combination of these, then chances are you already know about the newest podcast pretty much everyone has been talking about. Serial is hosted by Sara Koenig, a former journalist for The Baltimore Sun, as she revisits a murder case from 1999. Every Thursday morning a new piece is added to the story, and every week, […]
Hey guys! I wrote about Friends and books to read if you loved it as much as I always have over at Bustle! You can check it out HERE! I’m so excited to be freelancing for Bustle and continue expanding my book-talking horizons!
I feel like it’s been ages since I did an actual review. What better way to find my way back, though, than with Amy Poehler’s Yes Please. I’ve been excited about this since I found out it was going to be A Thing, and preordered it way back in August. I came home the other day, plopped down, and read it straight […]
Hello and happy Tuesday! This week at The Broke and the Bookish, the buzz is all about secondary characters who should have their own books. I tend to love the side plots of books, so I was excited for this one! Here we go: 1. Boris from The Goldfinch – Probably/definitely the best book I read so far this year, Boris was so entertaining, […]
At this point, we’ve pretty much all come to know and love Roxane Gay. Her book of essays, Bad Feminist recently became a New York Times Bestseller, her tweets are personable and often hysterical, and despite stating that she is in no way a leader, Roxane Gay is giving a voice to the lingering doubts and questions we all sometimes […]