Happy New Year!
This post is a year late, but when have I ever been good at keeping to my schedules?
Never. The answer is never.
It’s too bad though because I had plenty of holiday-slash-end-of-the-year-themed posts that I never got the chance to make. I had to at least crank out this post though since My Favorite Books of 2017 (Part One) post is floating in the cybernet already
(so lonely, so cold).
I completed my Goodreads Reading Challenge by reading fifty-two books, two more than the fifty I pledged
(wowow. what an over-achiever.). Here are the books from the second half of 2017 that stuck out to me: Continue reading “My Favorite Books of 2017 (Part Two)”
Welcome to a new series I’m starting called Dear Authors, Please Write More About…!
There are certain topics, tropes, and types of characters that make me gravitate towards a book. In this series, I’ll share those items with you all in hopes that an author will come across these posts and answer my pleas for more books about those things. Here’s to screaming into the void
(because let’s be real, this series is futile.): Continue reading “Dear Authors, Please Write More About… (Part 1)”
Science fiction and fantasy are two of my favorite genres to read, and I’ve been able to read a handful of fantastic books from both categories. That being said, it took me a while to decide on just these five books for this week’s Top 5 Wednesday: Continue reading “5 of my Favorite Science Fiction and Fantasy Books”
I recently read a post by Puput from Sparkling Letters about the struggle of writing a coherent positive review. She explained how it’s easier to nitpick things we don’t like in a book than explain why we love another. At one point she wrote:
I mean, why do we love something? We just… do.
It got me thinking about my favorite books and if there was some type of pattern to them that would reveal why exactly I love them. I realized that although they differ greatly in genre, plot, characters, and so forth, there’s three things that they all have in common:
Continue reading “3 Things My Favorite Books Have in Common”