College is absolutely amazing. No more 7:30 am classes, no more adults telling you what you can and cannot do, and no more petty drama (well…hopefully). Starting college is a big step in your life. And I promise that college is way better than high school. You get to do what you want, when you…… Continue reading 5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting College
Wow. I’m doing my first book review. This is great!!! Okay, so I decided to write my first book review on The Cellar by Natasha Preston. I think I enjoyed this book so much because it involved love, fear, and adventure. It’s a perfect combination for a great book. Plot Summer is just a…… Continue reading MY FIRST BOOK REVIEW!
There were so many elements that I loved about the book that if I tried to list them all, I think this book review would turn into a book itself!
A book made into a movie you’ve already seen True crime The next book in a series you started A book involving a heist Nordic noir A novel based on a real person A book set in a country that fascinates you A book with a time of day in the title A book about…… Continue reading My 2018 Reading Challenge
Hello bookworms! Happy New Year! A new year brings new reading material! I have decided that I wanted to start reading more books that I have had for a few years and just never got around to reading them. But December brought me a ton of adventures that I went on with many many characters!…… Continue reading December Wrap Up and January TBR
Title- Dead Poets Society Author- N.H. Kleinbaum Published by- Starfire in 1988 Genre- Classics, Young Adult, Fiction Page number- 166 Place I purchased it- R&B Used Bookstore Rating- 4/5 stars Synopsis- Todd Anderson and his friends at Welton Academy can hardly believe how different life is since their new English professor, the flamboyant John Keating, has challenged them to “make your lives extraordinary!…… Continue reading MINI BOOK REVIEW- Dead Poets Society and Read Bottom Up
We all have the urge to read beloved children classics every once in a while. I had the yearning to read The Wizard of Oz recently. I have always loved The Wizard of Oz.