Welcome back to my blog. For those of you that have already seen my How to Rate Books post, this is like part two. For those that have not seen that post, you can read it here. This post is all about the written review part of book reviewing. I’ve always enjoyed reviewing books and… Continue reading Tips for Writing Book Reviews
Tips for Rating Books
Sometimes, when you finish a book you immediately know where it lands on your rating scale. Sometimes, you have no clue, or maybe you are struggling to figure out where you feel it fits best. Something important to remember about ratings and reviews is that they are totally dependent on the reader. All readers and… Continue reading Tips for Rating Books
Reading Advent for Families with Children
Today is the first day of December, which means it’s day 1 of the Christmas countdown, for those who celebrate. There are so many different advent ideas out there. The most common being a chocolate calendar, but you can find all sorts these days. Beer, wine, cheese, toys, other types of candy, even things for… Continue reading Reading Advent for Families with Children
Pub Day: The Winners
The Winners (Beartown #3) By Fredrik Backman Translated by Neil Smith Literary Fiction 688 pages Published in US & Canada September 27, 2022 by Simon and Schuster This is the book I’ve been waiting for, my most anticipated release of the year! The Winners is the final book in the Beartown series and I cannot… Continue reading Pub Day: The Winners
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation: Book Recommendations
September 30th marks the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation here in Canada. This day is to honour the children whose lives were taken in residential schools as well as honour the survivors and their families and communities.September 30th is also Orange Shirt Day. Orange Shirt Day is an Indigenous-led grassroots commemorative day intended to… Continue reading National Day for Truth and Reconciliation: Book Recommendations
Bookish DIY Project
Hello all, Today I’m sharing a fun DIY project. It is, of course, book related. It is a TBR Jar! For those that may be unfamiliar, TBR = to be read, aka the books you haven’t read yet. So, what is a TBR jar? It is a jar, shocking right, filled with all the titles… Continue reading Bookish DIY Project
Books for Dad this Father’s Day!
Father's Day is coming up fast, so if you haven't already bought dad a gift, then here are a few book recommendations! I've made a few short lists of books that I would buy for the dads in my life. The first list is Non-Fiction: The Storyteller: Tales of Life and MusicBook by Dave Grohl… Continue reading Books for Dad this Father’s Day!
Summer Reading Fun for the Whole Family!
Summer is just around the corner now! So I’ve created two fun book-themed summer activities for kids! The first one is for all ages; it is a booket list, and the second one is for older kids or kids who are able to read by themselves, and it is bingo! Each one is designed to… Continue reading Summer Reading Fun for the Whole Family!