So before you head out to the theaters this month, I’ve got a list of movies that have been adapted from books for you. Once again, I’m excited for the movies this month. I actually had to go back and do some rereading to refresh my memory (can’t go in blind, right?). Here’s this month’s … More B4UC1T: March 2018
I had a minute, so I thought I’d quickly answer the question from Maria @ A Night’s Dream of Books on this week’s Book Blogger Hop. Book Blogger Hop is hosted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer. Wander over there for more answers to this question. Do you read hardcovers with the dust jacket on … More Hardcovers: With or Without Dust Jackets?
I saw Queens of Geek on a list somewhere. I actually think it was on the same list as This Darkness Mine, though my sentiments about this book differ wildly from my feelings about that one. Queens of Geek was one of the books I put on hold at the library when I found out … More Queens of Geek | Sticky Note Reviews
I keep an “Abandoned” bookshelf on Goodreads. There are exactly 10 books on it. But as I was looking at my list of abandoned books, I found that there are many of them that I do want to come back to at some point, they just weren’t the right fit at the time. So I … More Books I’m No Longer Interested in Reading
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, so I thought I’d pop in for a second and tell you where I am.
Go on a journey across Europe with Monty, Percy, and Felicity. It’s a fantastic romp (and thankfully, there’s no love triangle). … More The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue | Sticky Note Reviews
I preempted Sunday Bookstack today to do a Read Soul Lit video. So here’s my Sunday #Bookstack: Sunday #Bookstack. This week I’m reading Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao, The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzie Lee (which I hear is funny) and listening to We Were Eight Years in … More Just a Bit of Black YA History
via Instagram http://ift.tt/2Em26qX #bookaday Love by Matt de la Peña and illustrated by Loren Long. This was such a beautiful picture book. I actually listened to the audio a few days before I got to read the book – Matt read it aloud on Facebook for World Read-Aloud Day. It much more powerful with pictures. … More #Bookaday Love by Matt de la Peña
I picked up This Darkness Mine because I saw it on a list somewhere in the Bookternet. I think it might have been on a list of books to read before the end of 2017. No one I knew read it. Usually that’s a big red flag for me, but I decided to charge forward … More This Darkness Mine | Sticky Note Reviews
This week, I’m reading, and almost finished with, The Closest I’ve Come by Fred Aceves. I picked it up as I was scrolling through my digital library. Honestly, it was the first book I saw that had a brown person on the cover, so I thought I’d run with it. It’s one that I feel … More The Friday 56: The Closest I’ve Come