Hi there & happy summer! Hooray for my three month-long reading binge! Quite a bit has happened both book-wise and life-wise in the last month. It’s been a while since I’ve written about my reading progress (I haven’t written since March…yikes!) so I’ll quickly get you all up-to-date on where I’m at with my GoodReads … More Recap: Spring/Early Summer Reads
I may or may not cry every time I see the Me Before You movie trailer. And I may have watched it four times in a row today. And it may be because they use “Photograph” by Ed Sheeran and that song makes my heart fill with too many emotions to count. Okay, one of … More Recap: After You by JoJo Moyes, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon
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 not a huge fan of surprises. I’m a very Type A human. I find joy in things like buying a new planner in August every year and organizing my 96 pack of crayons in rainbow order. Basically, I like to know what’s up and be in control of situations I am placed in. So, … More Recap: The Paris Wife by Paula McLain
“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
I can’t believe it was fiction. Last night was a rough night. It wasn’t rough in the way a typical college girl would explain it, such as an intense night of partying or a late night spent fighting with a boyfriend. Last night was rough because after over a week of immersing myself into an … More Recap: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah
Well, hi there. My name is Kjersten. I’m just over 5 foot 3 inches tall and I have a thirst for literature that is unmatched by just about everything else. … More Intro: I’m new to this blogging thing…