What I Want to Read: 2017 Edition

So the new year is upon us, la-dee-dah. And as I am trying to figure out what to do with myself, I keep coming across books that I say I’m going to read. Then I start rearranging the order in my head saying things like “Okay, When I finish this one I’ll read the one I just bought, then I will read the one I got last week, but don’t forget you have to try that other book from your friend.” It goes on and on after that.  Continue reading “What I Want to Read: 2017 Edition”

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How I Like to read: E-reader Vs Books

Technology is awesome. I would be a sloth without it, or maybe I am a sloth because of it. Ugh! That’s probably one of those Chicken and Egg paradoxes. However, there are certain things tech can’t get rid of.  For me, that’s physical copies of books. I love me a paperback book. Even hardcovers are pretty good, though I have fewer of those.  Maybe I’m being a retro 90’s kid or maybe it’s just my nerdy self but libraries, book shops, and music stores make me happy.

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On the Other Side by Carrie Hope Fletcher

Author: Carrie Hope Fletcher

Genre: A love story with a whole lot of magical realism

Synopsis: The novel follows the final adventures of Evie Snow who has passed away but cannot access her personal heaven because her soul is too heavy. In order to be granted admission, she must unburden herself of the secrets of her one true love, Vincent Winters, she’s kept from her family. Continue reading “On the Other Side by Carrie Hope Fletcher”

Hello 2017

So 2016 has come to an end, and 2017 is finally here. Whether that’s a good thing has yet to be determined. 2016 takes with it a lot of feelings, accomplishments, defeats and some regrets. A lot of feels, and I’m okay with that.

Now I must confess I have never been good at new year’s resolutions. I’ve tried and failed at the whole shebang. Even just coming up with something realistic to do that suits me and my personality (laziness) is a hassle.

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