Book Review: Rebel Island

So, recently I read Rebel Island by Rick Riordan. When you think Rick Riordan, you think Percy Jackson, however, he has also written adult fiction books. Rebel Island is one of those books. Rebel Island is about a man and his very pregnant wife who are stuck on an island during a hurricane. They are […]

Book Review: Cinder

As the title suggests, I’m here with a book review on Cinder, book one of the Lunar Chronicles, by Marissa Meyer. First, let’s start with a synapse. This book is a sci-fi version of Cinderella. The main character, Cinder, is a cyborg who has a “stepmother” and two “step sisters.” In this case, one she […]

The Selection (Review)

Hey guys! Today I’m here with a book review. It has been quite some time since I’ve done one, due to the fact I’ve been busy with college classes and haven’t been able to do much for-fun reading. That fact makes me sad, but it is the honest truth. Anyway, today I’m going to talk […]

Book Haul!

   Book Haul Time!    So…I ordered a few books, six to be exact. They will arrive within a week or two. I am so excited!!!    6 books for $15! That is a crazy good deal! Where did I get books that cheap, you may ask. Better World Books I really love this site! […]

TBR Tag

Today (or tonight, depending on when you’re reading this) I’m going to be doing the TBR (To Be Read) Tag. I have not been tagged by anyone to do this, but I really want to. So. . .let’s get started! How do you keep track of your TBR pile? Ha! I don’t. I have some […]

Reading Habits Tag

I was tagged by #LoveBooks. I absolutely love that blog so go check it out! Thank you for tagging me! I know I’ve already done a tag with this name, but this is a different tag. Let’s get started!  Do you have a certain place at home for reading? I generally read in bed, on […]

TV Shows

   On my last post Help! I talked about how I often don’t know what to post. #LoveBooks recommended that I post about some of my favorite TV shows. So, that’s exactly what I’m going to do. Here are 5 of my favorite TV shows. These are in no particular order. 1) The Carbanaro Effect. […]

Uglies, Scott Westerfeld

      My current reading project. I’m only 40 pages in and I’m already liking it.       For those of you who don’t know, this is a young adult, dystopian novel about a girl named Tally who live in a world where everyone is normal (or “ugly”) until they turn 16. On your sixteenth birthday you […]