Okay so usually when I start a book (or series) it takes me a while to get into it, and by a while I mean about twenty or so pages. WELL LADIES AND GENTS AND ANIMALS OF ALL SPECIES, today is not that day. I’ve just started reading Outlander. Like literally just started … More I AM ENTERING A NEW WORLD.
This book gets two out of five beans. One bean for having a beautiful cover and drawing me in with the description, and one bean for the handful of lines that made me feel something. First off, allow me to enlighten you on how I react when reading books of this nature … More The Young Widowers Handbook: ARC Review
“There is an arrogance to your sadness, this idea that everyone should care about your circumstances even though they have their own losses to mourn, even though they don’t know you.” – Tom McAllister, The Young Widowers Handbook Being 50% through the book now: It’s enlightening and confusing. What I truly admire about this book, and … More Fifty Percent Feelings: The Young Widowers Handbook
“There is romance and then there is love and although they’re related to each other, they are not the same thing. Romance is temporary, predicated on countless variables working synchronously to create something memorable that vaguely recalls a scene from a familiar movie; it’s perhaps a step on the way to love, or a reaffirmation of … More Twenty-Five Percent Feelings: The Young Widowers Handbook
I must have been about nine years old when it started. My mom, who didn’t realize there were three other books, purchased the fourth Harry Potter book for me. It was a gift, for my birthday I believe. At nine years old receiving Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire as a gift would seem … More The start of a love affair.