Most of what makes a book “good” is that we are reading it at the right moment...– Alain de Botton (via the-exchange)
DAY 30: April's 30 day book challenge!
OMG. The last post (for now)! Sadface. Thanks to everyone who’s been on the challenge with me. These questions were super awesome because they made me think about stuff I hadn’t really paid much attention to before. Hopefully you guys had fun reading my posts (and maybe got some ideas about books to read in the future)! The book you’re currently reading. I tend to do a lot of...
Americans: That character can't die, they're the main character!
BBC: You must be new.
DAY 29: April's 30 day book challenge!
The first book you can remember reading on your own. When I was in Kindergarten, everyone in the class would get a chance to take a book home for the weekend, read it, and bring it back the following Monday. I don’t remember any of the titles of those books, but they were of the “Spot is a dog. See spot run. Spot runs fast…” variety. I doremember that it...
DAY 28: April's 30 day book challenge
An author you wish was more well-known. No one. Here’s the thing: the books I read aren’t mainstream (for the record, I started reading Harry Potter before peeps started making GIFs about it) and I love that. I love reading books nobody has heard about by authors nobody has heard about. I feel that writers with a smaller audience have a closer relationship with each of their...
DAY 27: April's 30 day book challenge!
Your five least favorite books of all time. I used to think that I could never hate a book. How can I hate a book? My little brother, sure. But a book? All books deserve to be read at least once, right? Wrong. Twilight by Stephenie Meyer (you really can’t hate on this series enough) Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict by Laurie Viera Rigler (Rigler has clearly never read a word of...
DAY 26: April's 30 day book challenge!
The nerdiest book you’ve ever read. Read this baby from cover-to-cover and enjoyed it. Ditto: