10 Favorite Fellow Book worms

10 Favorite Fellow Book worms

Happy Tuesday! If there’s one thing I never get tired of, it’s making lists, and reading books, and combining them. Today, I’m joining The Broke and the Bookish, in talking about our favorite fellow book worms. I actually just wrote a similar list over on BookBub’s Blog, but I wanted to do another one because, there are always more! Hermione […]

Jazzy July: Mini Reviews of 3 Jazz Age Novels

Jazzy July: Mini Reviews of 3 Jazz Age Novels

Happy almost Friday! It’s never been a secret that I’m pretty in love with the Lost Generation and the Jazz Age as a whole. Summer, it seems, is the perfect time to read all the jazz age fiction I could get my hands on. I finished these three and I already plan on following up with Rules of Civility, which takes place just […]

This Week in “Stop Comparing Things to Gone Girl: Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll

This Week in “Stop Comparing Things to Gone Girl: Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll

Ah, the disappointing moment when you don’t enjoy something nearly as much as you thought you would. But then again, we’d be like Stepford Bloggers if we all liked everything, wouldn’t we? I think it’s actually more interesting if I don’t like the book as much as other people, or as much as I thought I would. Which brings me to Luckiest Girl Alive. It […]

Review: The End of Everything by Megan Abbott

Review: The End of Everything by Megan Abbott

More Megan Abbott! Give me all the Megan Abbott! This is, sadly for me, the last of her more recent books. I do have Queenpin, one of her noir books, on Scribd, so I’ll have to see how that plays out in comparison. But for now: The End of Everything. It starts out like The Fever and Dare Me: with friends. Lizzie and Evie are best friends. They’re […]

Stock Your Shelves: July Book Releases

Stock Your Shelves: July Book Releases

Happy July, guys! June had some pretty amazing books, some kind of crazy storms that left us without power for a few days, so here’s hoping July’s weather is slightly less intense. July is promising to be a great month for books, but I feel kind of bad for anyone who has to compete with the release of a new […]