A Bookworm’s Thoughts On Rilla Of Ingleside.

“There was something in her movements that made you think she never walked but danced.” – L. M. Montgomery. It might surprise you that a devout Anne enthusiast, like me, didn’t read Rilla of Ingleside until last January. I have always had a hard time trying new books. It turned out that I loved Rilla’s…

The Book-Lover Blog Tag!

Salutations! A while back, a friend and fellow blogger tagged me in the Book-Lover Blog tag. Thank you so much for tagging me Julia!  Tag Rules: Thank the blogger who nominated you and link back to their blog. Include the Book-Lover Blog Tag graphic and rules in your post. Answer the questions. Nominate at least…

A Bookworm’s Thoughts on the New Little Women Movie

“Jo! Your hair! Your one beauty!” – Amy March. The holiday movie of 2019 was a new adaptation of the literary classic, Little Women. Many Little Women enthusiasts were asking, “Do we need a new Little Women? Can it beat the iconic 1994 version? Can it bring anything new to the story?” I walked into…

How to Escape Reading Slump

Reading slump. The greatest fear of any devoted reader. No one desires to get trapped in a reading slump, yet everyone encounters it sometime in their life. And the worst thing is, that you feel a whole part of you missing. On that sad note, lets shift focus. The important thing to remember when you…

2020 Reading Goals

They are the best of things and the worst of things. Readers either hate them or love them. They can stress you out or motivate you. They can make you hate your current book or relish it. What I am describing is none other than reading goals. I have never set any reading goals before….

Best Books of 2019

As another chapter in history is coming to an end, it is time to remember the most memorable books that have entered my life this year. I must say, it has been an odd year. I have read the least amount of books than any year before. But you know what? That is okay. Everybody…

‘Tis the Season for your Favorite Stories

‘Tis the season for hot cocoa, memories, and favorite stories. The day after Thanksgiving hits and everyone digs out the Christmas ornaments and their grandmother’s Christmas cookie recipe. Or some people – including me – start listening to Christmas music on October 1st and bake christmas cookies before Thanksgiving. No matter how you celebrate Christmas,…

My Summer Reading List

It is finally summer! Yah! I must confess that the majority of my summer days are spent reading. No assigned reading. No essays. I can read what I want, whenever I want. Today, I am going to share with you my summer reading list. I have been itching to read some of these books for…

Childhood Classics I want to Reread

“One day, you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again.” ( C. S. Lewis) The other day, I found this quote that I had forgotten about. It made me think about all those stories that I had loved during the earlier years of my childhood. So, I decided that I should reread…

Why you should read The Lord of the Rings

One ring to rule them all, One ring to find them,One ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.                                                                    …