Welcome to part 2 of my series on fairy tale retellings! Other parts in this series: Fairy Tale Retellings: Cinderella Fairy Tale Retellings; Beauty & the Beast MORE COMING SOON! Along with Cinderella, Beauty & the Beast is one of … Continue reading Fairy Tale Retellings: Beauty & the Beast
I want to do a whole series of posts on one of my favorite topics – fairy tale retellings. I figure what better place to start than one of the most well-known as well as most retold stories of them … Continue reading Fairy Tale Retellings: Cinderella
Lydia over at SilverWolfReads wrote a post about trying out adult romances, and it set me OFF, y’all. She mentioned having The Hating Game and 99 Percent Mine by Sally Thorne on her list, as well as The Kiss Quotient and The Bride Test by Helen Hoang, and my comments were many and long with so many recs based on what types of books she said she normally reads and things she was interested in about other books in my maybe-to-read adult romance list. Like I went a small about of cray. And it got me really fired up to … Continue reading Romance Recs for Non-Romance Readers
The Guthrie is doing a run of Cyrano de Bergerac, which is my absolutely MOST FAVORITE PLAY, and I really want to go to it! Fittingly, Netflix also just released a movie that’s a modern day teenage rom-com retelling of Cyrano as well, … Continue reading Discussion: Cyrano de Bergerac retellings (in print and film)
I saw this tag over on A Great Read and knew I HAD to do it (even though I don’t normally do these memes/tags). Ready for a game of telephone? She found the tag through JennReneeRead , who originally saw it over … Continue reading Disney Song Book Tag
I asked on my Twitter account the other day whether people keep a digital catalog of their books, and if so what method/tool they use. LOTS of people said they use Goodreads – but that it’s pretty out of date. … Continue reading Discussion: Digital book catalogs
This year I’m trying something new for me and creating a TBR each month. So far I haven’t done a very good job of reading the books on my TBR, but it does help me to focus at the beginning … Continue reading April TBR & Discussion: Do you make a monthly TBR?