Who is your favorite author? That’s a question I get asked quite a bit and it’s one that I’m always hesitant to answer. In this post, I show you why I have a hard time answering it.
To round up and summarize the first half of 2021 in my reading habits, I decided to do this fun book tag. Let me know your thoughts and tag me in your own answers!
Part 2 of my controversial Harry Potter characters tier list is finally here. Who am I completely wrong about? Did I insult your favorite? Let me know.
I finally take a stab at ranking most of the prominent characters in the Harry Potter series based on their literary merit. Did I slander your favorite or do you think this is generally okay? Let me know.
I take a stab at a classic book tag. Here are my opinions that no one asked for about some random book and reading based questions. Enjoy.
“What inspired you?” can often be a frustrating question to ask a writer. I think thats because it means something different to everyone. Here is what has inspired me in the past.
As is expected – after all this is a site dedicated to writing and reading – I have several books that I plan on reading this year. Here are just a few of the most anticipated ones.
This is a post not about reading or books (I promise the next book review is coming soon). It’s about the New Year and what it means for me. Bear with this momentary journal entry and we’ll back to the literature real soon.
So many books are considered in the pantheon of fantastic pieces of literature. Some of those books I do not think deserve to be there. Here are the five books that I think are overrated.
I’ve talked a lot about fiction on this blog, but I am also an avid lover of nonfiction. Here are five books that I would highly recommend every nonfiction reader take a look at.