September Reading Frenzy!

Hi internet--let's talk books. This month has been a watershed month in terms of reading quantity. After a much-needed vacation, I discovered how to get e-books from our library, and so now I've read everything I could get my hands and eyeballs on. Also B&N had a sale on SFF, so. You know. CHILDREN OF [...]

August Books

Well, I'm back. Hi internet! I have returned from gallivanting across Iceland, the Netherlands, and Belgium. My brain has returned to the correct time-zone, but I'm still not sure what day it is. I intend to write at least two posts on our travels, but first thing's first--a book round-up. After my slack-off in July, [...]

April Showers Bring May…Books?

Happy end of May! It's been a weird month here in Central New York--summer weather, snow, more summer weather. The book-drought of April has given way, and I'm more than back on track for my yearly reading. I've read six books this month and 24 book total this year--48% of my goal of 50 books [...]

Book Review: THE FIRST FIFTEEN LIVES OF HARRY AUGUST

"I am writing this for you. My enemy. My friend. You know, already, you must know. You have lost"(1). What an opening, and oh boy, what a book. The premise of THE FIRST FIFTEEN LIVES OF HARRY AUGUST by Claire North is basically that of the movie "Groundhog Day", but turned up to 11. Certain [...]