I recently read two nonfiction graphic novels, one about the emotions and experiences that connect to the different seasons, and the other is a memoir about accepting your sexuality and coming out. They were both enjoyable reads, and I found them interesting and captivating. 4 Stars This was a simple yet enjoyable graphic novel with … Continue reading Graphic Novel Sunday – Combined Reviews: Two Nonfiction Reads
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It’s crazy to me that an entire year has passed since I started this blog. I started it on a whim in quarantine because I was bored, and now a year later, I’m still in quarantine, but this blog has grown and evolved a lot, and I’m also really proud (and surprised) of what I … Continue reading My One Year Blogiversary – What I’ve Learned in a Year of Blogging + My Goals for the Future!
4 Stars I was really looking forward to reading this short story collection because of how much I had enjoyed García Márquez's other books, and it did not disappoint. The version of this book that I read was set up with two main sections, the first part being No One Writes to the Colonel and … Continue reading No One Writes to the Colonel and Other Stories Review
4 Stars I wasn't sure what to expect from this novel when I started it, but it was a thoughtful and complex book with a multilayered main character. The best part of this novel was Ijeoma, who is the main character. The book begins when she is about eleven, and it ends when she is … Continue reading Under the Udala Trees Review
4 Stars This book offers an in-depth look into Charlotte Brontë’s character, with a particular emphasis on her writing. If you’re looking for a book that is focused on the events of Charlotte Brontë’s life, then this isn’t the book I would suggest. However, if you're interested in learning more about her writings and character, … Continue reading Charlotte Brontë: A Passionate Life Review
4 Stars This was an enjoyable historical novel about a lesser-known side character from Pride and Prejudice. I didn’t find this book griping right from the start, it took some time for me to become invested in the characters and story. I think that it is mostly because the book begins with Anne as a … Continue reading The Heiress: The Revelations of Anne de Bourgh Review
4 Stars This was an enjoyable and unique read about the experiences of a librarian during World War II. The book centers around a dual narrative point of view, one taking place during WWII with Odlie’s experiences, and the other in the 80s with both Lily and Odlie. The 80s point of view is more … Continue reading The Paris Library Review
I thought that I would talk about some authors who I want to read more books by, because I really enjoyed the books I have read by them. There are quite a few of these authors, but I have narrowed it down to my top four to talk about in this post. Isabel Allende I … Continue reading Four Authors I Want to Read More of
4 Stars This is a book that I have had the chance to reread, and I found it just as enjoyable as the first time I read it. What I love about this novel is how quickly it draws the reader into the story right from the first few pages. This, I think is due … Continue reading Pachinko Review
Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly meme hosted by created and hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books and Dani @ Literary Lion, where we discuss certain topics, share our opinions, and spread the love by visiting each other’s posts. I do put off reading books a lot, mostly when there’s a book that I want to read at the … Continue reading Let’s Talk Bookish: Putting Off Books You Actually Want to Read