Classics Club Spin #20

Cheers to Classics Club Spin #20! On Monday, April 22nd, a number from 1-20 will be chosen and I will then have until May 31st to read the book from my list that corresponds with that number. Even though I never so much as opened my pick for the CC Spin #19 (a re-read of Evelina by Frances... Continue Reading →

Classics Club Spin #18 Results

The Classics Club Spin #18 results are in and 9 is the chosen number. This means I'll be reading...     Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh!!   Brideshead Revisited has been on my TBR for years now and I'm very excited to finally read this classic. I have a feeling I'm going to love it. Needless to say,... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Tuesday: Colorful Classics

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme created by The Broke and the Bookish blog, and now hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl. I'm putting a slight spin on this week's color theme, to instead feature: Ten Colorful Classics. These books all contain a color as part of their title.   The Woman in White by... Continue Reading →

Classics Club Spin #17 Results

The results for the Classics Club Spin #17 are in!! The number selected was 3, which means I'll be reading...   Heidi by Johanna Spyri I'm very happy about this, since I've been meaning to pick up Heidi for the past few months. I have fond memories of watching the film and mini-series versions as a child... Continue Reading →

Classics Club Spin #17 List

I'm so excited that another Classics Club Spin has been announced! This will be spin #17, and my second time participating since I joined the Classics Club last July. Next Friday, March 9th, a number from 1-20 will be chosen and I will then have until April 30th to read the book from my list... Continue Reading →

Classics Club Spin #16 Results

And the Classics Club Spin #16 pick is.... :::drumroll please::: Number 4! Which means I need to read 1984 by George Orwell before December 31st. Honestly, this would have been my last choice from my spin list. I've been meaning to read it for ages-and it is certainly more relevant than ever at the moment-but I can't say that... Continue Reading →