There is such a thing as a proper book nerd. This guide will teach you how you can be a real bookaholic by adopting just 8 habits. Lesser mortals may deem you to be a snob, but what do they know? Here are a list of habits that a person should possess to be considered…… Continue reading An 8 point guide to becoming a PROPER book nerd
I’m reading a P. G. Wodehouse novel currently and I realized something. Comedy maybe very much prevalent and available these days but there is no brand of humor as great as Wodehouse’s. Sure, comedy these days generates a lot of laughs but how much of it is worth laughing at over and over again? Look…… Continue reading 11 Wodehouse quotes guaranteed to put a smile on your face today
Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme that was created by Lainey of gingerreadslainey and is currently hosted by Sam of ThoughtsOnTomes. Head over to this Goodreads group if you want to join in on the fun! The topic for today is Current Favorites that Aren’t Books. Sam wants us T5Wers to talk about interests…… Continue reading T5W: Current Favorites that Aren’t Books
I got this book through a Goodreads giveaway. Thank you, Jamie McNabb and Goodreads! The View that Disappeared is about a married, old couple living in a retirement home of sorts. Fellow gummers stop dropping dead and our sassy protagonists start sticking their noses where they shouldn’t be stuck. My thoughts? I loved the first…… Continue reading The View that Disappeared by Jamie McNabb
GUYS. We need to talk about Sarah Andersen. Cartoonist extraordinaire. Creator of Sarah’s Scribbles. Author of Adulthood Is a Myth. And go check out her website. Have you followed her yet?No? Do it ASAP. Okay, good. Let’s get down to business now. I read Adulthood Is a Myth recently. I’ve been following her comics only…… Continue reading We need to talk about Sarah Andersen.
Full Moon is the 7th book in the Blandings series by Wodehouse. Having only read Wodehouse’s Jeeves and Wooster novels, I did not know there was even another series by him when I checked out what I thought was a standalone book from my library. Or that I had very intelligently picked up the seventh…… Continue reading Full Moon by P. G. Wodehouse
I don’t generally read short stories. The only reason I read this collection of short stories by Dahl was because of the internet screaming about May being Short Story Month and the ubiquitous “Every book lover MUST read these short stories” lists on social media. What’s up with people liking short stories, anyway? It’s okay…… Continue reading Kiss Kiss by Roald Dahl