Over the last few years I developed a deep love of picture books. When I became a librarian, I initially wanted to become a children’s librarian. That didn’t happen and my goals have changed, but what didn’t change was enjoying the artwork and stories. I used to work at a small discount clothing store that…… Continue reading Picture Book Challenge
Here’s another bingo! I like bingo challenges; they’re fun and creative so here’s the second one on the list of 2017 challenges. This one is from The Grand World of Book Reviews and there’s no rules, just having fun and reading. Fall on your Knees by Ann-Marie MacDonald – Over 500 pages long. Ghost in…… Continue reading Book Bingo!
Dystopian literature has always fascinated me. It’s about human nature and the lengths humans will either evolve or devolve without all the trappings of society. I love to get lost in well built worlds where humans are struggling with their own personal demons and whatever demons toppled civilization. That is why I’m joining the challenge…… Continue reading Dystopia Reading Challenge
The Color Coded Challenge by My Reader’s Block sounds like a fun way to pick books from TBR pile and with 12 months to read 9 books, I’m hopeful that I can complete this challenge, especially since crossovers are allowed. Wish me luck! Read nine books in the following categories. A book with “Blue” or any…… Continue reading The Color Coded Challenge
I was perusing various articles and came across a list of 2017 Reading Challenges and decided that I should try some of these, given that I have a large number of books sitting on my Kindle and bookcase that I haven’t read yet. To be honest, I have more books on bookcases that I haven’t…… Continue reading 2017 Reading Challenges and a Blog