Six Degrees of Separation: Wild by Cheryl Strayed

Six Degrees of Separation: Wild by Cheryl Strayed

Because I want to try something new, and I’ll never stop loving Wild, and Katie said this is an Amy game, I decided to try out Six Degrees of Separation this week! The way it works is this: Start with one book, and link it to six other books in whatever way you can. So here we go: Wild is about leaving […]

The Scariest Book He Ever Wrote?: Pet Sematary by Stephen King

The Scariest Book He Ever Wrote?: Pet Sematary by Stephen King

I’ve seen Pet Sematary called Stephen King’s scariest book EVER a million times lately. Since I’m on a life long quest to read everything Stephen King, I knew I had to grab what was 1. A classic King book, and 2. The scariest one. The last Stephen King I read was Salem’s Lot in October, so it was definitely time. Louis Creed moves his family to …you guessed […]

Review: Good Morning, Midnight by Jean Rhys

Review: Good Morning, Midnight by Jean Rhys

Okay, okay. I recently said that the books I’m reading this semester all have a common theme: Sad Books. There’s nothing wrong with sad books! Who doesn’t love a good ugly cry to something like Me Before You? But these books aren’t even sad in that way: they’re just bleak, and that can get exhausting after a while! But then we read Jean Rhys’s Good […]

Springing into Some Great Books: A Top Ten List

Springing into Some Great Books: A Top Ten List

Happy Tuesday! I could not be happier that the cold weather has finally given way to the first signs of spring. One step cloer to a jacket-less existence and reading on the beach and everything I love in life coming back. What will I be reading while I enjoy this beautiful weather, you ask? Well lucky for you, The Broke […]

Review: The Martian by Andy Weir

Review: The Martian by Andy Weir

The Martian is a survival story that’s….out of this world. Literally. Mark Watney is left on Mars after a mission goes wrong, and his crew mates assume there was no hope for his survival. Turns out, they’re in for quite the surprise, because Mark somehow did survive, and continues to do everything he can to save his own life. Very science-y at […]