6 Degrees of Separation: from Older Nonfiction to a New Middle-Grade Adventure

Today's post participates in #6DegreesofSeparation hosted by Kate at booksaremyfavouriteandbest. The gist is that everyone starts with the same book, then finds another book that relates to it somehow, then one that relates to the second, until you’ve got a chain of six additional books. It’s a twist on the theory that every person on earth can somehow be connected to any other person in six or fewer steps, and provides an opportunity to talk about random books we love (or don’t).

Tackling the TBR #20

My TBR (to be read) list has gotten nearly out of hand. Therefore, I have decided to do a post featuring ten books from it approximately every other week. As I go through the list, I will evaluate each book and decide whether or not it still belongs. Who knows, perhaps as my list (hopefully) shrinks, you will find a few books to add to your own!

Spell the Month in Books // October 2020 Virtual Bookstack

Good Monday morning, Readers! October is flying by for me; how is it going for you? I'm halfway through my classes for this semester. They're going pretty well; the weekly readings and assignments are easy and usually interesting, though the larger projects are definitely challenging. It's enjoyable to see how what I am learning in class maps onto my current job in the library, and to learn more of the pieces for how everything works together.

What I Hope to Read & Achieve in August 2020 (TBR List & Goals)

Hey there Readers! Are you a list-maker like me? Do things make more sense when they're laid out in an orderly manner? If so, when do you make your lists? Personally, I like to make one list of goals for the month during the first week of the month, and then I have one other... Continue Reading →

Tackling the TBR #12

Taking another dive into my TBR list today! I have gone through so many books already, but my list is still unbearably large. Looks like there are some classics in today's batch, as well as some children's books and at least one that I have no idea what it is. Read on to find out more!

Book Review: Lords of St. Thomas by Jackson Ellis

Synopsis: In the 1930s, during construction of the Hoover Dam, the U.S. government began buying out the residents of St. Thomas, Nevada. Yet the hardheaded Henry Lord, believing the waters of the newly created Lake Mead would never reach his home, refused to sell or vacate his property. It was a mistake that would cost him dearly. Lords of St. Thomas details the... Continue Reading →

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