It’s that time of year again, where people are making resolutions and breaking resolutions. I tend to be more interested in and successful at book-related resolutions, which are more fun than regular resolutions, anyway.
For me, I have a few random literary resolutions this year. I always hesitate to pre-plan my reading too much because, quite frankly, I flit from one interest to another fairly quickly, so I know I am just setting myself up to fail if I have an overly rigid agenda of what I want to read for even a couple of months, let alone an entire year. But I have developed three that I think are achievable.
Continue reading “What are Your Reading Goals for 2018?”
You guys always are hearing from me about what I am reading, but enough about me for one week!
Continue reading “Discussion Thread: Summer Reading”
Now, here’s some food for thought. Literally!
Do you plan your cooking around your reading? Do you plan your reading around your eating? Or do they never correlate in your mind?
I must confess, it isn’t something I thought a lot about until I recently was catching up with Elise Bishop, one of my former college professors/bosses. She’s a regular blog reader, and when I told her I was always open to blog post idea suggestions, she told me I ought to write about the connection between literature and food. Thanks for the great suggestion, Mrs. B.!
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DO NOT READ THIS BOOK!
Worst thing I have ever read.
This book stinks!
Ever read any of these on an Amazon review? Ever intentionally sought out books with bad reviews? Now’s your chance since one of the challenges in the 2016 Library Challenge is to do just that – read a book with a bad review.
I must confess, this challenge probably amused me the most of any of the ones on this list when I first read it at the beginning of this year.
Because, really, how hard is it to find a book with bad reviews?
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