Starting with books for younger readers and working my way up to books that I hope to share with the youth in my life as they mature.
I work in a bookstore, so it's pretty safe to say that I love books. I'm not obsessed with books like some people I have met, but I do really love a great book... especially when it's a book about books. I think that anyone who really loves books gets a bit of a thrill from when reading about other bibliophiles.
I pride myself on being someone who reads books that not everyone else has read. I love being able to share my unique finds with customers and friends. All of these books are special in their own way. Some are very well-known, while others are hidden gems. I can't wait to see what other people have... Continue Reading →
I couldn't think of 5 more audiobooks to add to this list, but I think this is still a pretty awesome list anyway. I'm sure I'll have a bunch more to add to future lists since audiobooks are my new boredom buster during long days staring at spreadsheets. Where'd You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple -... Continue Reading →
Hahaha... this should be a really easy (and yet really sad) post because I'm constantly adding books to my TBR mountain without reading them.
The Outfits - The Girl in the Steel Corset (Steampunk Chronicles, #1) I think most girls become interested in steampunk because of the outfits. I mean, lets be honest, those dresses are beautiful and the little hats are adorable. But there are also some really awesome practical outfits, like leather flight suits with aviator goggles... Continue Reading →
I have come to realize that I need to take some time after finishing a book before I can really rate them with any objectivity. Coming off the high of finishing a book tends to colour my judgement and often books will end up getting a better rating than they should have. At the same... Continue Reading →
Unlike most people (I'm assuming) this is basically how I pick all my books, so you'll have to bear with me here... I'm going to list 5 that were good choices and 5 that I felt were bad choices for me (that doesn't mean they aren't good books). The Good Soulless (Parasol Protectorate, #1) by... Continue Reading →