This week’s Quick Lit is going to be on the light side. Due to vacation (and reading slumps), I haven’t read as much this past month. Hopefully everyone else had a more successful month of reading! My Cousin Rachel – Daphne Du Maurier At a young age, Philip Ashley is orphaned and raised by his… Continue reading Quick Lit #5
Dear Reader, If you follow me on twitter, then you’ve read about my reading frustrations over the past few weeks. After Final Girls I was on a reading high, and the crash after was hard. Every book was either really dull, frustrating, or just not grabbing me. (Sula is probably the only exception.) Vacation is… Continue reading Vacation Is All I Ever Wanted!
Since Top Ten Tuesday is on break until August, this is a great time to break out some topics that I’ve been wanting to write about. A month ago I saw a couple of bloggers write about their personal canons, the books that shaped their tastes and love of reading. Childhood: Wizard of Oz… Continue reading Personal Canon
June Wrap Up As I’ll detail further down the post, June fell apart. I hit a wall at the end of the month, so my reading list is smaller than usual. Thankfully the books I did read were pretty fantastic. Highlights were the two 2017 debuts, The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and Final Girls.… Continue reading Happenings Vol 7: Wrap Ups and Reading Slumps
I can’t believe we are halfway through the year!! Time to reflect on all the wonderful books I’ve read this year, and decide which ones have risen to the top. Most of the books are new releases from this year, with two from last year. 1 American War – Omar El Akkad Dystopian literature… Continue reading TTT: Best Books I’ve Read in 2017 So Far…
To All My Wonderful Readers, I just recently passed 200 WordPress followers (and 500 on Twitter), and I want to celebrate! I have an ARC of Final Girls searching for a home. The Giveaway is on Twitter, and I wanted to give my WordPress followers the opportunity to enter the ARC Giveaway for Final Girls.… Continue reading ARC Giveaway: Final Girls
After ten years, Quincy Carpenter is just trying to escape the title of Final Girl and what happened at Pine Cottage. The lone survivor of a massacre that took the lives of her five friends and killer, she is one of three girls known to the world as the Final Girls. When Lisa Milner, a… Continue reading ARC Review: Final Girls – Riley Sager