April Reads and Reviews

Who else can't believe April is almost over? I say almost but really, it's done. Today's the last day. How can it seem so fast and yet so slow at the same time? Did you guys have a good April? I actually got a lot of reading done this month, but I've noticed that I... Continue Reading →

March Reads and Reviews

March where have you gone? I love March and it feels like I just wrote my post welcoming March. This has been a busy month for us and I only had so much time for reading, plus I spent a week and some days reading and re-reading a 750+ page book. So...yeah. Still, I am... Continue Reading →

February Reads and Reviews

Okay so I'm running a little behind (sorry). As I've said before (and will probably say again), I am a proud bibliophile and I love sharing reading suggestions. I really don't know what could replace a good book. Books have inspired and taught me so much. Even though it's the first week of March, here... Continue Reading →

January Reads and Reviews.

I can't believe it's the last week of January! Okay I realize it's only the first month of the year, but can we all agree that January is really the thirteenth month of 2020? I still have hopes that 2021 will be better, it is only the first month after all. However, as it is... Continue Reading →

My Favorite Christmas Books.

Hello, everyone! It's only three days until Christmas and you know what that means. Time to pull out those books to read kids to sleep. As a bibliophile, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to share with you a few of my favorite Christmas reads. *How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss I love... Continue Reading →

Books Worth Reading

This bibliophile is back with more books for you to enjoy! This time, instead of a list of series to read, I am listing individual books. Honestly, I could probably write this type of list for a whole year from my own library without adding to it. That won't happen, though, because I love adding... Continue Reading →

Eight Book Series You Should Read:

I am a proud bibliophile. I would rather go shopping for a book than anything else and I'm constantly adding to my to-be-read list. I swear that one day I will finish Villete by Charlotte Brontë. In high school, my BFF and I would spend weekends absorbed in books, we called it social reading. As... Continue Reading →

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