Ugh. Yes, I bought more books. I’m sorry I just can’t seem to help myself… Take a look at what I picked up during the month of October! Did we get any similar reads? What have you picked up this month?! Let’s discuss! October Purchases! Holding Up The Universe by Jennifer Niven (Pre-Order) Everyone thinks… Continue reading #BookHaul: October 2016
Friday Finds highlights books that you have recently discovered and added to your TBR list. These aren’t books that I have purchased, but rather books that I have discovered and added to my Goodreads to-be-read list! Here are all of the books that I discovered during the month of July! It by Stephen King Welcome… Continue reading #FridayFinds: September Edition
I was actually really good this month! I didn’t buy as much as I usually do and that’s a good thing considering I’m running out of space and my TBR pile is already monstrous enough. Here you will find the few books that I did purchase at full price this month! A Song of Ice… Continue reading June 2015 Book Haul!
That’s it for May! I went through quite the reading slump during the beginning of the month so I’m shocked I even read this much to be honest. Take a look at what I read this month! The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy: A Handbook for Girl Geeks Author: Sam Maggs Publisher: Quirk Books Genre:… Continue reading May 2015 Wrap Up
Time for another WWW Wednesday (a theme hosted by Should Be Reading) WWW Wednesday requires you to answer three questions: • What are you currently reading? • What did you recently finish reading? • What do you think you’ll read next? WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY READING? Station Eleven Author: Emily St. John Mandel Publisher: HarperCollins… Continue reading WWW Wednesdays – May 6th 2015
Author: Sam Maggs Publisher: Quirk Books Genre: Non-Fiction, Feminism, Humour, Pop Culture Release Date: May 12 2015 Page Count: 208 Format: eBook ARC (sent by publisher for review via NetGalley) ISBN: 9781594747892 Author Website | Purchase on Amazon | Book Depository | Goodreads “Cons are like black holes for your wallet, what with collectibles and Artist… Continue reading The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy: A Handbook for Girl Geeks (Book Review)