I have many bookish pet peeves, but let's add to the list: stories where no one dies. WHY?! Join the discussion!


{DISCUSSION} Genre Overload

Have you ever read too much in a single genre? Join the discussion!


Discussion Highlights: Likable Main Characters

Missed last week's discussion on liking the main character? No worries! Here's the highlights and a sneak peek of this week's topic!


{DISCUSSION} Likable Main Character

Why does a main character have to be likable? Even anti-heroes are likable, but you don't like everyone you meet. So this just seems... unrealistic. Read my thoughts on likable characters and share yours!


{DISCUSSION} Series In-Process vs Complete

Readers are always coming across new series. Some are finished. Some are just beginning. But which one is better? Do you prefer to start a completed series or an in-process series?


Discussion Highlights: Emotional Responses: Crying

Missed last week's topic on crying while reading books? No worries! Here's the highlights and a sneak peek of this week's topic!


{DISCUSSION} Emotional Responses: Crying

I don't cry often in general, much less cried over a book. Yet, I know one in particular that did evoke such a response. Now... if I could only remember why. Have any books ever made you cry? Do you remember why?

Tags & Awards

The Unique Blogger Award

Thank you Annmarie for nominating me for The Unique Blogger Award! Read more about a cliche I do like and what I'm looking forward to this year!


{DISCUSSION} ‘Strong’ Female Characters

'Strong' female characters are all the rage right now, but there are so many things wrong with this label. Read more about why we need to change the label and let us know your thoughts on it.