If you’re part of the bookstagram community, then I guarantee you’ve seen what I’m about to talk about. Those gorgeous photos of 5, 6, 7 bookcases lining the walls of a room, filled to the brim with books. Whether they are organized by color, series, or author; decorated with bookish items or lights, we can all agree they’re amazing. You wish you could jump into the picture, curl up on the big comfy armchair in the photo, with a book and your Continue reading
Hello hello hello! Hope you all are doing well on this very green day. In honor of this St. Patrick’s Day I thought I’d share some books by Irish authors. I’ve included some I’ve read and recommend, as well as some that are on my to-read list. Continue reading
Galentine’s day was created by the lovely Leslie Knope (Parks and Recreation on NBC). In the words of the creator herself, it’s a time for ‘ladies to celebrate ladies.’
In honor of this lovely holiday, I’ve created a list of books that are great examples Continue reading
Happy New Year! I cannot believe another year has already gone by. I probably say that every year, but I still find it jarring how quickly time goes by. There were a lot of changes for me this year, but the biggest one was moving all the way to Los Angeles in September. I am still adjusting and finding my place here, but I have hope that however long I have left here in the city, will be good!
So, resolutions. I decided not to do so-called resolutions this year, but did come up with some goals. I find if I trick myself into renaming them ‘goals’ they are more attainable. I Continue reading
Hello! My name is Kari and I am addicted to reading. I’ve been a book lover all my life and wanted to share that love with others.
So you might be thinking, there are so many blogs already, why start one? I know, I know. The blogging world is over-saturated with about every type of blog you can think of. But you know what, that’s okay. One of the reasons I wanted to start this blog, is because I have found that some people can be judgmental about certain genres. I have especially noticed this in the past couple of years since my taste in books has evolved, grown, and changed.
I find this judgment occurs particularly when referring to the young adult or romance genres. For some reason, some people think if you are past the age of 20 and still enjoy reading young adult novels, than you are not “intellectual” enough. That pertains to Continue reading