The point is not to negate reality but to peel back its scrim, revealing reality's peculiarities and contradictions. The very best magic tricks [...] do not subtract from reality. They add. The Immortalists Author: Chloe Benjamin Genre: Adult, Literary Fiction Published January 9th 2018 by G.P. Putnam's Sons If you … Continue reading [Book Review] THE IMMORTALISTS BY CHLOE BENJAMIN
Bookworms are a species on their own. If it's not hiding in our blanket forts, we're out terrorizing good citizens because we found a bookstore coupon tucked in our elbow creases. It really isn't as bad as it sounds as long as you offer them some pastry afterwards. Hardcore bookworms - are there really any … Continue reading [Cam’s Bookish Tales] THINGS BOOKWORMS DO THAT I DON’T
I found this little tag over on Marie @DrizzleandHurricaneBooks. I wanted to be a little more personal on my blog, so I can give you an idea of who I am and hopefully establish friendships with my readers. So this tag is called The Book Blogger Test Tag. Rules: Thank the person who nominated you … Continue reading THE BOOK BLOGGER TEST TAG: Do I Live Up To Your Expectations?
Hello everyone, how has your weekend been thus far? Mine has been painfully eventful. Let's just say it involved a dog and several puncture wounds. That aside though, I've had a good reading week, and have submitted my entire thesis for a second evaluation. I'm currently reading War and Wind by Alex Lidell which is … Continue reading [Weekly Update] Recommended Current Reads + #booksforclothes + Stacking the Shelves
I had held that gold in my hand - the hardest hue. And Gramps and Dad recognized it immediately, for they had once held the same hue in their own hands. Their appreciation for the gift that had been mysteriously stolen from them - their youth - was the catalyst for all the smiles … Continue reading [Book Review] No Sad Songs by Frank Morelli