Category Archives: Blog Hops

Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge: Book Boyfriends or Girlfriends

Hosted by Long and Short Reviews. Since I’m bisexual, I’m going to be talking about book boyfriends and book girlfriends today. Allie Nelson from Nicholas Sparks’ The Notebook.  I didn’t like Noah (the male love interest) at all in this story because of how unwilling he was to respect Allie’s boundaries when they first met, but… Read More

Top Ten Tuesday: Holiday Reads

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl While I don’t really celebrate any winter holidays with anything other than a nice meal, I still enjoy reading books about or set in this part of the year. 1. Yuletide Tales A Festive Collective by Peter John I’ve never seen such a diverse assortment of stories related to Christmas.… Read More

Top Ten Tuesday: Native American Reads

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl This week’s prompt was a Thanksgiving freebie. Since I’ve already written a few different posts about the Canadian and American Thanksgivings over the last month, I decided to use this prompt to share books written by Native American and First Nations authors that I’ve already read or am I’m… Read More

Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge: A Strange or Useless Talent I Have

Hosted by Long and Short Reviews. My strangest talent by far is how attracted cats are to me. Why is this strange? Well, I’m horribly allergic to them. Even hugging someone who has cat dander on their clothing will make me start wheezing and coughing. The more time I spend inhaling that dander, the worse… Read More

Top Ten Tuesday: Favourite Unconventional Bookmarks

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl I’m modifying this week’s prompt a little bit because I’m the sort of reader who gleefully makes bookmarks out of all sorts of unconventional things when I read physical books. In fact, I can’t remember the last time I bought or used a traditional bookmark! No, this post isn’t… Read More

Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge: Books I’ve Recommended & Why

Hosted by Long and Short Reviews. As I mentioned in an earlier response to a Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge, I’m hesitant to give or take book recommendations unless I’m sure that they’re actually tailored to the person who is receiving them. That is, I think recommending a book is sort of like setting a friend… Read More