I ordered my first Shelf Love Crate earlier this year, and loved it! My box came back in March, and the theme was Firey Redheads. As a proud ginger and wanna-be Weasley, I just had to have this box!
Every bookworm has a stash of books they haven’t gotten around to reading yet, right? I can’t be the only one with this problem. In an effort to make myself more aware of my staggering TBR pile, I’ve decided to dedicate every Thursday moving forward to showcasing a book that I own but haven’t read yet. Please don’t judge me.
I spent my rainy Saturday curled up with Victoria Schwab’s next book, City of Ghosts. The gloomy day made it the perfect time to read this ghost story! I didn’t want to give away any spoilers, but I had to say something about this incredible book, so here’s my short, spoiler-free review.
If you’re looking for a last minute Mother’s Day gift, you should grab a copy of Aimee Molloy’s The Perfect Mother. This novel was released on May 1, 2018, and had me hooked from the end of the very first chapter!
Spring is finally here in southwestern Ontario, and soon it will be warm enough to spend my afternoons outside reading! After an April full of snow and freezing rain, I can’t wait to get outside and soak up sun while reading all the books on my nightstand.
I spent a lot of time reading this winter, but not a lot of time writing. Sometimes life just gets in the way. However, I’ve gone through 17 books so far this year, and would love to tell you about some of my favourites!
Happy World Book Day, fellow readers!
I wanted to spend today talking about one of the best books I’ve read so far this year: Bellevue Square, by Michael Redhill. I read this story back in February for my book club, and have wanted to talk about it ever since. It’s been hard to put words down for this one, but I think I’m finally ready.
(I’m going to stop you right here and let you know that if you don’t want any spoilers about this book, don’t read this post. I’m sorry, but in order to write this review, I had to ruin the plot.)
Earlier this week I was telling a friend that I volunteer at my local library. It was a timely discussion, considering it’s National Volunteer Week in Canada, and also an important one, given the fact that they asked me why I spend my free time volunteering.
The answer was simple: I volunteer at my local library because I care.