LIB_0901 The Little Book of Hygge_Meik Wiking

I never EVER learn my lesson + The Little Book of Hygge by Meik Wiking

Well, shoot. I went to the library to pick up two – just TWO – reserved books, and I should have left after that, but noooooo, I just had to browse. Ugh. Don’t I have a reading challenge to complete before the end of October? Lifestyle books are usually the easiest and quickest to thumb […]... Read More
The Dead Shall Be Raised_George Bellairs Portrait of a Marriage_Nigel Nicolson 20170617_120250 The Vegetarian_Han Kang

The Roundup: Books I Read in August

The Roundup features all the books I read over the month of August. It was a strange and busy month, and it threw me off my reading groove. I didn’t want these titles lost forever to the blog, so I’ve gathered them all in one post.   The Dead Shall Be Raised by George Bellairs […]... Read More
Ill Have What Shes Having_Rebecca Harrington

I’ll Have What She’s Having by Rebecca Harrington

On the heels of Manazuru (read my post here.) I decided to pick up something light and fun for a change; I’ll Have What She’s Having. This dishy book follows author Rebecca Harrington as she takes on diets sworn by various celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Madonna, Beyonce, and many more. In emulating the different eating […]... Read More
Manazuru_Hiromi Kawakami

Manazuru by Hiromi Kawakami

Twelve years have passed since Kei’s husband, Rei, mysteriously vanished without a trace, leaving behind her and their 3-year-old daughter, Momo. Since then, Kei’s life has remained in a sort of limbo, populated by memories of Rei and their life together prior to his disappearance. She is ‘involved’ with a married man named Seiji, their […]... Read More
The New Moon with the Old_Dodie Smith

The New Moon with the Old by Dodie Smith

In the last two months, I’ve managed to achieve a kind of balance in regards to my reading repertoire, and as a reward to myself, I broke my cozy-reading fast with the fluffiest-sounding book I could find in my To-Read stack, The New Moon with the Old by Dodie Smith. Now, I’m familiar with Smith’s […]... Read More