Ahhh, audiobooks. I feel like these pieces of audio entertainment are always up for debate in the reading community. Some people love them–I’ve known people that will only “read” books by listening to them via audiobook, while others are instantly confused by the idea of listening to a book on tape in their free time, … More Audiobooks: How Do You Pick The Right One?
Hi friends! Happy June! Long time, no blog. As it’s been a while since I’ve done a Late Night Thoughts post, I figured that might be the best way to kick off my summer reading rampage! So, here are some updates as to where me and my TBR are: *Yes, I am still nursing a … More Bookish Update, June 4, 2017
You know that book that you keep telling yourself that you’ll get to but you never do? Yeah, I have a lot of those hanging around. For some reason, there are plenty of books on my shelves that I’ve wanted to read for a long time but still haven’t. Honestly, I don’t think it has anything … More Books I Will Definitely Get To In 2017
Hey, blog. It’s been a while. About a month, to be exact. I’ve missed ya. But hey! I promise that I’ve been keeping up with THE promise. The promise I made to myself to keep. on. reading. (However, it has become rather difficult to read for fun since, uh, college. That is what got me … More Late Night Thoughts: It’s been a while.
Pause. A word I’ve become exceedingly familiar with over the past couple of weeks. “Pause the movie, I’m going to fall asleep” has been a really familiar one, which I’m sure got slightly annoying for Evan while we were watching all the Harry Potter movies in order. I get tired at 10 p.m., okay? Anyway, … More Late Night Thoughts: It’s time to press play.
I’m experiencing the dilemma. It’s always a challenge for me when I reach this predicament because I like to always finish the things I start. And right now, that is The Paris Wife. About a year ago I picked up Paula McLain’s novel at Half Priced Books and due to Kjersten’s Reading Funk of 2015, … More Late Night Thoughts: A Reader’s Dilemma
“That is part of the beauty of literature. You discover that your longings are universal longings, that you are not lonely and isolated from anyone. You belong.” -F. Scott Fitzgerald Tonight, while I sit here cuddled in one too many blankets and take a break from Paula McLain’s The Paris Wife, I’ve started thinking. I’ve … More Late Night Thoughts: Why I Read