Recommendations

Favorite Austen Adaptation | Classic Remarks

Hello, interwebs! Man, it feels like it's been a long time. Grad school is in full gear, and I feel I haven't visited Bookpress in a while, but here I am! Today is another prompt from Pages Unbound as part of their Classic Remarks meme. This is my third time participating in the post, but… Continue reading Favorite Austen Adaptation | Classic Remarks

Other bookish fun

Project for Awesome 2015

As a Nerdfighter and resident of the internet, I would be remiss if I were not to post a shout-out to the Project for Awesome today! For those of you who don't know, the P4A is a YouTube charity event hosted by the Vlogbrothers (John and Hank Green). The idea is to make videos for… Continue reading Project for Awesome 2015

Book Events

BookTubeAThon: Days 4-7

To continue from my previous post (if EXTRA confused, try reading this), here is my days 4-7 wrap-up from BookTubeAThon. Here we go: Paper: An Elegy by Ian Sansom: This was another two-for-one challenge, as it was the book I last acquired (at the moment I planed my TBR, anyway), and the author has the same… Continue reading BookTubeAThon: Days 4-7

Book Events

BookTubeAThon: Days 1-3

It is over! My first year participating in the BookTubeAThon was a complete success! I thought that I wouldn't be able to read all 7 books this week because I would be working on school stuff, but who am I kidding?? I've still got 10 days before I have to start teaching, and everyone knows… Continue reading BookTubeAThon: Days 1-3

Book reviews

Review: All I Know Now

All I Know Now: Wonderings and Reflections on Growing Up Gracefully by Carrie Hope Fletcher. Sphere, 2015. I pre-ordered All I Know Now from Amazon UK because the book's author, Carrie Hope Fletcher, is one of the Youtubers I subscribe to. When I ordered it, all I knew (heheh) about the book was that it… Continue reading Review: All I Know Now

Book reviews

Review: The Underground Storyteller

The Underground Storyteller by Alex Day. Alex Day, 2014. The concept of this book can be summed up very quickly: A guy decided that he wanted to stop at every single station on the London Underground and wrote a book about his experience. As you may or may not know, Alex Day is a famous… Continue reading Review: The Underground Storyteller