Top Ten Tuesday: Characters I’d follow on social media

A fun topic this week which required a bit of catching up by me. I don't want to admit to being clueless when it comes to social media, but I only know Instagram and blogging. After a fair amount of social platform polling (and trolling) here's what I got: 10. Heathcliff (Wuthering Heights)-Facebook. Once I... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Tuesday: 10 books that gave me bookish hangovers #bookhangovers

*Apologies for the delay on this post. That 3-day weekend here in the states must have thrown me out of whack. I believe the point of today's topic is to give bookish hangovers a positive connotation, as in books that were so memorable, one couldn't get over them. Well, it has been a long time,... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Tuesday: 5 star book predictions

5-star ratings should be given few and far between. Not that I'm ironfisted or anything, it's just that I reserve the highest rating for those special books I consider to be nothing short of legendary. Books possessing that elusive combination of powerful story, enjoyability, plus top-quality writing garner my legendary status. The last two years... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Tuesday: Best books of 2019

After wading through my reading highs and lows, these 10 titles floated to the top. A weirdly eclectic mix, I gotta say, a byproduct of my reading co-challenge. Just for fun, I included my star ratings. *Note that I'm not the most generous 5-star giver, but three books this year captured my heart. I bumped... Continue Reading →

TTT: Winter TBR

10. The Boneless Mercies by April Genevieve Tucholke Okay, listing this title has become an inside joke due to the fact it's filled a tbr spot every month since January. I've put off this Beowulf reimaging all year, but must check off the "retelling" prompt for my reading challenge. It's now or never. And the... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Tuesday: Wintry reads

Cozy holiday novels could be popular titles for today's topic, but I don't read them. Depressing literary fiction is more in my wheelhouse, however, I chose to bridge the gap by listing books with wintry settings that I recommend. [Only a few qualify as bleak and literary]. The Snow Child by Eown Ivey. Bittersweet magical... Continue Reading →

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