A Book Review by LadyRhi of Kristen Britain’s new book Winterlight ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Aaaand Karigan had another life-altering development that landed her with yet another impressive title, as per usual… I know that sounds rather less than impressed, but honestly, I didn’t really mind it. I think of Karigan in the same way I think of… Continue reading Winterlight Review
January 27, 2020
My Love/Hate Relationship With DNF
DNF=Did Not Finish
This post is inspired by my lovely blogging friend, Zoe, over at Reading By the Moonlight. Check out her post about why she has never DNF’d a book!
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Are You a DNFer or a Finisher?
Some readers always finish every book they start. Other readers frequently DNF a book that isn’t working for them. Which are you? A Finisher or a DNFer?
In general, I’m a Finisher! In fact, I will put off starting a project because I know that once I start it, I won’t rest until it’s finished. So in my weird thinking, it’s better to not start it than not finish it. Does this same thinking apply to my reading life?
I certainly agree with the points Zoe made in her post about being a Finisher:
- She has too much…
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via 6 Degrees of Separation Meme
This was too good to leave alone, so I thought I would share it! It made my day and I hope it lifts yours as well…
Renée Paule is one of my favorite authors and I’ve been following her new site @ http://www.reneepaule.com for some time now. I was inspired by a post she recently wrote titled 10 Brilliant Inspirational Songs. I couldn’t help but branch off her idea and post my own favorite inspirational songs as well. What better way to start the month of March! You can check out Renée’s original post above by clicking the link and don’t forget to follow!
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This sounds like a really great read!
This is one that is totally seasonal and looks rather fun! Try it and see if you can come up with all the right books!
I don’t know if you guys know this but fall, specifically October, is my favorite time of year. I love spooky things. I think I’ve driven Eden and Caitlynn crazy by requesting to go to haunted houses every weekend. I’m also on a big horror film kick right now. One of my favorite Halloween movies is Hocus Pocus so I couldn’t just scroll past this post that I saw on Alex’s Blog
1.) The Sanderson sisters a great trilogy:
The first trilogy that came to mind is the Infernal Devices trilogy by Cassandra Clare. This trilogy was the perfect length and I loved the characters. I wish I would have liked her other series as much.
2.) Winifred Sanderson a book with a truly evil female villain:
Nashira Sargas from The Bone Season. No matter what way you look at her you can’t help but hate her. She is evil…
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