With it being a little over halfway through the year I felt like this would be the perfect time to recap my favourite read from each month so far for 2020
One of the most important things about the whole reading experience is being comfy cozy while you go on your adventure. So I've taken the liberty of sourcing out a bunch of chairs that would be perfect to settle down in for hours, just BYOB (Bring your own Book). Churchill Recliner with Nail Heads - … Continue reading 9 Stylish and Cozy Chairs for Reading
I like big books and I cannot lie. Now that the obligatory pun is out of the way, let's talk about books so big you could literally knock someone out with if you hit them upside the head. It could happen.... maybe. If any of these intrigue you just click the image! Heads up, I'm … Continue reading Books you could take someone out with
Have you ever posed a reading challenge to yourself? This year I did. When it comes to books, I found that whenever I was in a discussion about the classics, I soon realized I had very little to contribute. Sure, I've read a few but I felt like I barely scraped the surface. So in … Continue reading Getting Classically Lit
So it's the second week into April but I haven't really had a moment to sit back and reflect on what books I finished in March. For some reason I thought maybe I hadn't been that successful but it turns out I hit my average by reading 4 books. Woohoo! Here's what I read and … Continue reading March Reading Wrap-up
Are you looking at that title wondering what a Buddy Read is? Perfect. You've made it easy for me to just jump right in. WHAT is a Buddy Read and WHY do they exist? A Buddy Read is when you plan to read a book in a certain amount of time with one or more … Continue reading The 5 Ws for Buddy Reads
One of the questions I get asked most often, once someone finds out that I read, is "How do you find the time?". I'm able to read about 4-5 novels every month, which to some it sounds like a lot and to others it's about average. And then there's those crazy people who can read … Continue reading How does she do it? Fitting reading into a busy life.