I've been a reader for most of my life... I really don't remember a time before books made up a huge part of who I am as a person. And there are a few, distinct moments in the lives of every reader that you never forget... The first time you really fell into a book. The first time you literally couldn't think of anything but getting back into the world the author created. The first time a book unexpectedly taught you about yourself. The first time you discovered that a feelin
Along with the gift that was four more episodes of Gilmore girls came some more work. But hey, I'm not complaining! I wrote a piece for Book Riot about the books mentioned in Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall shortly after the episodes aired. Some are good ole AS-P standbys (did you think we were going to get out of a revival without a reference to Dorothy Parker?) Some are books that only exist in a post-season 7 world (although I think I could've done without The Life-Changi
July 18, 2016.
That is the last time I wrote something on this blog. I know a lot of it just has to do with life. Some of it has to do with the fact that I now am a contributing writer for Book Riot and I find that I expend my energy writing for them instead. But way too much of it has to do with shame. Shame that it's been almost a year since I began The Sound and the Fury, the current book I'm supposed to be reading for this challenge. Seasons have come and gone. And by