The year is 1999, and Lincoln has just started a new job working nights as an Internet Security Officer at The Courier. He didn't realize "Internet Security Office" translated to "reading people's emails." When an email gets flagged---emails that contain profanity, emails that don't pertain to work, etc.---Lincoln is supposed to send the . . .
It’s been months since the Carls have disappeared—and April May along with them. Most people think she’s dead, but her friends still have hope. Especially when they start receiving mysterious books that seem to predict the future. Andy has since become somewhat internet famous himself, speaking at conferences and online about the post-Carl . . .
Hello, friends. I decided to play a little game with cover art and color. I looked through my Read shelf on Goodreads and picked out books that had covers with an overwhelming color featured on them. And I made a rainbow rec list, just for you! Some of these books are old, some a little newer, but I hope you're able to add at least . . .
Quentin Coldwater finally has everything he's ever wanted: magic, Fillory, his friends by his side---he's even a king, for god's sake. But after going on a quest to save the magical world, he finds he can't just relax in royalty. He's restless again, and only a quest can satisfy that thirst. So imagine his surprise when he does fall into a quest, one that sends . . .
Today I am featuring a friend of mine and a fellow book lover: Heather @ A Cozy Fox Reads. I love learning about peoples’ lives, their likes and dislikes, and just random things about them in general. And I thought I’d share this on my blog, because I think it’s a fun concept and that it will hopefully encourage more interactions and friendships within . . .
If you’ve watched the preview for Hulu’s Palm Springs and thought, um, this just looks like a modern-day Groundhog Day, you’re only half right. It does have the same premise---a man finds himself trapped in a time loop, living out the same day over and over again---but it’s a fresh take on that idea, and brings enough of its own . . .
Hello, friends! I thought I'd share some of my favorite books from all the genres I read, some new, some old. But hopefully you're able to find something to add to your ever-growing TBR. Some of these were no-brainers, others I really struggled to break three-way ties. But these are all absolute favorites of mine, all 5-star reads (in my opinion), so . . .
Mia is on the run---per usual. She's just become the victor of the greatest game in the Republic. She's also just become the most wanted assassin of the Republic after murdering Duomo and (who she thought was) Sceva. Now, with her bratty brother Jonnen in tow, she must escape Godsgrave without getting killed by Luminatii soldiers, Red . . .
It's homecoming night, and Bisou Martel, at sixteen years old, finally has her first period. But it couldn't have come at a more awkward time... Escaping into the woods, she just wants to be alone. But alone she is not. She's attacked by a wolf, but finds herself stronger than ever, able to best the beast and kill it. But when a classmate's body turns up in . . .
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. This week: Authors I've Read the Most Books By. This was a really fun topic! I enjoyed seeing the numbers. But I did . . .