2018 Best of the Best, Part 1 | Jan-June

I can’t believe we’re halfway through the year already.  I can’t believe Baby Chick is heading into High School!  I can’t even think about that!  Instead, I want to focus on my favorite books so far in 2018.  Book thoughts always relieve stress.  It’s my go to, and I have a feeling it’s also yours!  Now, […]

Top 5 Tuesday | Favorite Sci-Fi Reads

Thank goodness I could come up with 5 Sci-Fi titles that I loved, since I rarely read Sci-Fi.  It’s a genre that I should spend more time with, because when I was scrolling through my books to look for my favorites I realized that I do generally like them.  (Unless they’re too technical, then I […]

Top 5 Tuesday | Favorite Opening Lines

I didn’t realize how hard this week was until I started actually trying to think of memorable opening lines.  I could only remember one book, Jellicoe Road, that stuck out to me has having a really powerful opener.  I had to search my shelves for others. I found four that I loved, but my fifth […]

Beat the Backlist Series Review | Immemorial Year by TJ Klune

About Book One: Once upon a time, humanity could no longer contain the rage that swelled within, and the world ended in a wave of fire. One hundred years later, in the wasteland formerly known as America, a broken man who goes only by the name of Cavalo survives. Purposefully cutting himself off from what […]

Book Scavenger Hunt

This was another fun tag that I couldn’t pass up.  I tagged myself, after I saw this on Kristin Kraves Books.  There was something about the scavenger hunt aspect that sounded fun. I’m not sure if I read a lot of random books, but I actually had an easy time locating most of these on […]

Five-Star Read Predictions

It seems like everyone is doing a Five-Star Read Predictions post, and I have to say it’s been looking like a lot of fun.  Reading Steph’s at Lost: Purple Quill was just the push I needed.  So, thanks Steph!  And thanks for letting me use your ‘Five Star Predictions’ image.  It’s gorgeous! This challenge was […]