Persephone Readathon #3: Endpapers Quiz

How well do you know your Persephone endpapers? I've created a fun (and challenging) little quiz for you to put your knowledge to the test. Share your results with us in the comments. The winner will receive the ultimate bragging rights. Good luck!   If you'd like a hint, here are the Book Titles Featured *... Continue Reading →

Six Degrees of Separation: The Dry

The 6 Degrees of Separation meme is a monthly meme hosted at booksaremyfavoriteandbest, that explores the ways in which a chosen book can be linked to six other books. The May 2019 book is: The Dry by Jane Harper My chain this month features: pastel covers, unfinished novels, Gilded Age transatlantic marriages, and Sofia Coppola film... Continue Reading →

Christmas Book Haul

Here are the lovely books I got for Christmas:   The Clockmaker's Daughter by Kate Morton I'm currently reading this and am loving it so far. Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield  Not quite sure what to expect with this sweeping fairytale-esque read, but I look forward to discovering what Setterfield has in store. I don't... Continue Reading →

A Huge Book Outlet Haul

A few weeks ago, I got an email from Book Outlet announcing a surprise sale in which each customer is sent a mystery coupon ranging anywhere from 15% to 50% off their total order. Although I wasn't planning to buy any books, my curiosity got the better of me, and I clicked through to see which... Continue Reading →

Waiting on Wednesday: Useless Magic by Florence Welch

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event hosted by Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating. This week I’m waiting on: Useless Magic, Lyrics and Poetry by Florence Welch    Expected Publication Date: July 5th 2018    From Goodreads: The Florence + The Machine frontwoman’s first-ever book will consist of lyrics and poetry,... Continue Reading →

The “I Love Spring!” Book Tag

I saw this fun seasonal tag at bookswithbain, who discovered the original from booktubers Helene Jeppeson and Amanda Elise Carina. I really do love spring, and enjoy reading cheerful, cozy books (especially modern classics) this time of year. 1. How is spring where you live? Spring is unpredictable here on the East Coast of the... Continue Reading →