The Midnight Library By: Matt Haig I think everyone has regrets of some sort big or small. Nora Seed however gets the chance to live all the lives she could have in an effort to save the one she doesn’t want anymore. Matt Haig’s The Humans is one of my favorite books period and the … More The Midnight Library
I’m generally using lockdown time to work my way through my backlist books so I thought I’d recommend some great fun reads that I think are wildly under hyped for everyone to, hopefully, enjoy!
It’s time for the Best Books of 2018 meaning… My Favorite Read of the Year and a few special Book Awards. Not all of these were published in 2018 but it’s the year I read them so that’s what we’re going with! I’m not going to go into to much detail though I’ll link to … More The Best Books of 2018
Slice Harvester: A Memoir in Pizza By: Colin Atrophy Hagendorf So I finally read Slice Harvester for Non-Fic November. It’s been on my TBR since it came out so I was pretty proud of myself. Though in all honest I have mixed feelings on the book. Only the pizza in New York stuff interests me- … More A Pizza Made of Books
Okay, I’ve been looking for end of summer tags for some reason. The Drunk Book Tag created on Youtube by Pages and Pens and Chelseadolling Reads and it might be a bit of stretch. But still I was thinking you know late night beach bonfires and lazy dinners with friends that go on and on because it doesn’t … More A Tag for Books & Booze!
Every time Spring rolls around I decide I’ve somehow developed a green thumb and surround myself with flowers and succulents and things that grow. This April was really no different. I’m finishing off my herb garden (which is really just a shelf) but hoping for the best with keeping them alive!
The Humans By: Matt Haig Grade: A+ “Your existence is as close to impossible as can be. To dismiss it is to dismiss yourself.” The Humans is only the second book I’ve read by Matt Haig (first being How to Stop Time) and let me tell you he’s fast shot up onto my all-time favorite authors … More Dogs, Music & Poetry