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Top Ten Tuesday: Rubber Duckie Book Covers

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl I don’t know about all of you, but I’m sure in the mood for lighthearted and dare I say slightly silly conversations at the moment. For example, did you know there are dozens of books out there that feature rubber duckies on their covers? I have no idea how… Read More

Top Ten Tuesday: Books For My Younger Self

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl I was the sort of kid who ignored age recommendations and read everything that grabbed my interest, so this week’s prompt was a little tricky for me. In the end, I decided to narrow this down to young adult books published in the last decade or so that I… Read More

Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge: Topics That Make Me Stop Reading a Book

Hosted by Long and Short Reviews. Click here to read everyone else’s replies to this week’s question and here to see the full list of topics for the year. I’m an adventurous reader who bounces around among all of the genres. While there are certain genres I visit regularly and others I only visit occasionally,… Read More

Top Ten Tuesday: Literary Cookbooks That Make Me Hungry

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl I’ve written several posts about books that make me hungry, so I narrowed down this week’s topic to make it more of a challenge. Here are ten literary cookbooks that make me hungry. 1. An Unexpected Cookbook: The Unofficial Book of Hobbit Cookery by Chris-Rachael Oseland 2. Drink Me: Curious… Read More

Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge: Favourite Movie Quotes (and Why)

Hosted by Long and Short Reviews. Click here to read everyone else’s replies to this week’s question and here to see the full list of topics for the year. I narrowed down this week’s topic to movie quotes only.   “Just keep swimming.” -Finding Nemo (2003) Why I Love It: Sometimes this is the best… Read More

Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Should Be Adapted Into Netflix Shows

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl I have strong opinions about today’s topic! All of these books would make amazing shows. I can only hope that Netflix will realize they need more content and pick them up. 1.The Clan of the Cave Bear series by Jean M. Auel Why: This series has everything – romance, adventure,… Read More