A Look Back at My Reading List (2016 Part 6: Graphic Novels)

A Look Back at My Reading List (2016 Part 6: Graphic Novels) This category jumped up much this year. Not only was I buying them for students to read, but I really enjoy the break a graphic novel can give after reading heavy adult books or whiny teen books. My biggest wish is that many... Continue Reading →

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A Look Back at My Reading List (2016 Part 5: Indies)

A Look Back at My Reading List (2016 Part 5: Indies) I already know I’ll be disappointed here and not for the reasons you’d think. Although indie authors come with a whole boat load of problems—from bad editing to horrible dialog (though that can be said for YA as well) to shoddy plotting—the real reason... Continue Reading →

A Look Back at My Reading List (2016 Part 1: Adult Literature)

A Look Back at My Reading List (2016 Part 1: Adult Literature) This being my first year participating in Goodreads reading challenge, I have noticed I read much more and with a greater variety. Beforehand, I usually kept myself to certain genres, but as I’m writing in many different areas, I decided to branch out... Continue Reading →

What I Learned From Rainbow Rowell’s Eleanor and Park

What I Learned From Rainbow Rowell’s Eleanor and Park I mainly review self-published works because I encounter so many blogs that specifically and intentionally go out of their way to say suck it to self-published authors. That’s fine. That’s what they want to do. However, despite my reviewing habits, I tend to read mass published... Continue Reading →

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