What I've been reading for the second half of 2022!
The Midnight Club and why my inner 15-year-old is FREAKING OUT
In which I gush about Christopher Pike and reveal many spoilers and Easter eggs from The Midnight Club
Halloween Book Tag
I saw this over on Wildwood Reads and thought it was a cute idea to get me in the Halloween spirit! #1: Favorite Scary Must-Read for Halloween This year the book I was most excited to read was The Last House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward. And it was quite creepy! Definitely not what … Continue reading Halloween Book Tag
incorrect circus book covers
As a person who dabbles in the circus world, I have a huge pet peeve when it comes to reading circus books - their covers!
3 on a theme: fortune cookies
Most of the time, my 3 on a themes are books with similar elements that I read at almost the same time. Nearly a year later I finally found a third book to complete this one!
2020 reading so far
feel like I'm finally back up to pre-pandemic reading levels, and we're halfway through 2020, which means... time to do a reading round-up!
3 on a theme: snakes (and songbirds)
It's always so amazing to me when I read several books in a row with a similar element. Recently, I read three books that all involved snakes!
my reading rules
This Book Riot post made me start thinking about my reading rules and what they say about me. 1. Never crack the spine. When I was in middle school, I had a friend who would grab the brand-new paperback I was reading out of my hands and crack the spine. It was horrifying. I don't … Continue reading my reading rules
3 on a theme: Eleanors
It's been a while since my last 3 on a theme, but this was a good one: three books read almost concurrently. And such a simple theme: characters named Eleanor.
my favorite middle grade books of the year and all-time
As a young adult librarian and a writer of YA books, I don't often venture into middle grade territory. But I have been reading more, because a lot of the "teens" who come to my library programs are middle schoolers, and they aren't always ready for YA books. Over on The Page Half Full, the … Continue reading my favorite middle grade books of the year and all-time