Hey! It's me again! Look at me go! I figured while I'm figuring out how to start my blog back up again that I would share some of the things I've been up to while I've been gone (besides snuggling). I actually wrote a few more book reviews for MuggleNet.com and their book blog. Several… Continue reading Book review round-up: I have, in fact, reviewed some books
Look at me, reviewing books again all bloggy-like! I'm a tad late re-sharing this post, but since this is one of those hot-bloggy-YA titles, I figured I would share it on here. It's worth noting that I wrote this review for a different site so I held back some snark that I'd normally use on… Continue reading I’m on a roll! This time, a YA Book Review: “The Kingdom” by Jess Rothenberg — MuggleNet.com Book Trolley
Hey! I wrote another thing! I had the chance to review another book for MuggleNet's Book Trolley, so you should go read it 🙂 Illustrated by artists Ale + Ale, the world of H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine is brought vividly to life in this edition from Rockport Publishers’ new Classics Reimagined series. The story,… Continue reading Book Review: “The Time Machine” by H.G. Wells, Illustrated by Alessandro Lecis and Alessandra Panzeri — MuggleNet.com Book Trolley
OMG, it me! I'm alive! Here's proof: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bv7dameHahy/ I've been living in sunny Florida for over a year now, being a librarian, living with my boyfriend, and spending most of my time and money being a Disney passholder (see Instagram account, which is basically all Disney now). It is quite excellent. I still volunteer at… Continue reading I’m alive and I wrote a book review! Book Review: “Literary Places” by Sarah Baxter — MuggleNet.com Book Trolley
Yes! I read a Harlequin romance! Why? Well, I was required to. But I'm actually very glad I was. Explanation: this summer I took a course in Adult Popular Literature and Reader's Advisory (the librarian term for how to recommend books to people). For the course, we were required to read about 9 novels from… Continue reading So I read a Harlequin romance…
One for the Money by Janet Evanovich. Recorded Books: 2011. Narrated by C.J. Critt. I read a Stephanie Plum novel! And I listened to an audiobook! Or rather, I listened to a Stephanie Plum audiobook! Woot! Explanation: I'm taking an Adult Pop Lit/reader's advisory class (which I've said before, sorry) and had to read many… Continue reading “One for the Money” review: or, I listened to an audiobook! Here’s how that went.
This One Summer by Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki. First Second: 2014. Hello, blog! I miss you a lot. *hugs* Let's start catching up on reviews, shall we? I read This One Summer this summer because I had heard wonderful things about out it, and a YA graphic novel was quick enough to fit in among… Continue reading “This One Summer” review: singing the song of purple summer