How does one tackle 200+ novels??
So it was about 4 years ago that I wrote a second post regarding my Bottomless Bookshelf and at that time, the list finished at 190. I’ve managed to knock a few off of that list, but 1) there are still books on that list I haven’t read, and 2) for every book I read, I seem to purchase 3. I clearly need a sabbatical from work. Read more…
Starting off the year with some great graphic novels! Some that get you talking (and maybe arguing), some that make you think, some that throw you back to your childhood, and some that are just plain fun! Can’t wait to read more and continue some great series that I’ve started here. Read more…
Well everyone is talking about these adult colouring books. Being on strike, it’s difficult for me to go out and get one, but I did remember that I had a copy of Wreck This Journal. I’ve pulled that out and am currently working on a few pages.
I’ll post my ‘art’ whenever I finish a page! Hopefully I’ll be a little less stressed as well!
If only there was a day in which nerds could unite and walk around town in cosplay and get free stuff… wait a minute! Free Comic Book Day!! May 2 was my first foray into FCBD and boy was it an amazing experience. Read more…
Ciara is making her For the LOVE of Books! debut as she watches me match a few books with the prompts from the 2015 Reading Challenge list.
I will certainly be giving this list my best effort next year! It actually looks like it can expand one’s reading and get people interested in different novels or authors. It also may get some of those books that have been sitting on my shelf, finally read!
I admittedly do not read a lot of Canadian authors. Just don’t seem to click with the stories being told … I, strangely enough, had already heard of this novel. The best Canadian book of all time, ladies and gentlemen, is hopefully more than what meets the eye; because what it is on its face, is an erotic tale between a 27-year-old woman, and … a bear.