Today I’m linking up with Cait @ Paper Fury and Sky @ Further Up and Further In for another edition of Beautiful Books to talk about what I plan to write this year for NaNoWriMo. The title right now is “Amicable” but I’m not sure if that will be staying or not. You can follow me on the NaNoWriMo site @
(note: this is not a review of Turtles All the Way Down, though I do expect to do one in the future.) Okay, honestly I have a lot going on right now and I don’t have anything for today’s TTT (I did a similar post last year), so I’m going with a 2013-style what’s-on-Emily’s-mind post. Because it’s this or nothing.
I did a post like this back in 2015, so it’ll be a short list today. My 2015 list was specifically characters that made me swoon, whereas for this one, I focused more on characters that are good boyfriend material. Today I’m linking up with The Broke and the Bookish for a Top Ten Tuesday! This week’s theme: Top Ten Book
events – We had a bat in our mailbox. I’m too short to see inside of our mailbox. I usually just grab whatever mail is inside it and feel around to make sure I get everything. Deacon happened to get the mail the Friday before Labor Day and saw a bat inside. It was still there in the same position the next
So quick story: I was totally going to take book photos OUTSIDE because the leaves in my yard scream FALL and this post is all about FALL. But it started pouring down rain as soon as I touched my camera and this is pretty much a metaphor for the entire day I so I just threw a book on the
You may remember my internal conflict abut Made You Up last year. I wanted so desperately to love it, but ultimately there were too many problems for me to overlook. One of those problems was the lack of description. I was a pretty harsh critic of the author’s writing. I felt like it let the reader down in several spots.
I kind of had a slow introduction to YA. I didn’t even really know it was a thing until later on…I just knew there were different target reading ages, and that the books written for teenagers often had more risqué subject matter. Whenever I first started reading books that had sex or drugs in them, I remember feeling really rebellious,
As you may know, I participated in The Reading Quest challenge hosted by Read at Midnight. The challenge started August 13 and ends today, September 10. I chose to participate as the knight, and outlined all the books I had planned to read for the knight’s quest and side quests here. Since I’m such a slow reader, I didn’t really have
I’m a slow reader. It’s basically my tagline here on the blog. But even as a slow reader, I can get through books relatively quickly if I want to (I finished three books last weekend!). And it has nothing to do with whether or not I enjoyed the book. I really liked a lot of books on this list, and
events – I saw the full solar eclipse. It was so, so amazing. I wrote an entire post about it. – I received my first ARC! It’s Artemis by Andy Weir, author of The Martian, and comes out in November. I got the ARC through NetGalley, which I signed up for this month. 🙂 – We went to a Cardinals game. I’m