As I mentioned in my May Reading Wrap Up, I recently finished reading the Stalking Jack the Ripper series by Kerri Maniscalco. I started this series around the time when the first book came out in 2016, and then I was paused on it for a bit and read the last two books this year.… Continue reading “Stalking Jack the Ripper” Series Wrap Up
If you’ve been around the book blog or Booktube world, for any length of time, then you will be familiar with wrap ups. They’re generally monthly, but they can be other frequencies as well - quarterly tends to be popular, as are end of year wrap ups. I’m not sure yet if I want to… Continue reading May 2020 Reading Wrap Up
I love the idea of seeing books and genres on a map. In the case of the genres. In this new series I’ll be mapping out the books I read to learn more about where I read the most about, and to challenge myself to read more widely around the world. I also want to map out the genres that I read. I know the genres I think I tend to gravitate the most, but I think it’ll be fun to see that mapped out and categorized more completely.
On my birthday last year I set myself a challenge to read one book from each year of my life. Since it’s not looking like that’s going to happen by this year’s birthday, I am giving myself an extension. Here are the books that I have read so far.
Welcome to the Twenties! This year (and possibly into next) I am going to be reading books written in or set in the 1920s. Check out the books I’ve selected as part of this challenge.
This year I was finally able to participate in the Magical Read-a-Thon, hosted and created by G at Book Roast. My goal was to read books to fulfill all 12 prompts! Here’s how I did.
When trying to decide on a blogging topic, I kept coming back to the idea that travel and reading might actually work as partner topics. The more I thought about it, the more I started thinking that, if travel and reading were connected for me, they might be connected for others too.