Cute story about friendship and life and family.
1. I try to do 45 min every morning
2. Mood reader, I have about 10 books started and I switch between them depending on my mood
3. All the coffee!
4. Night owl
5. Set aside time each day to read and set realistic goals
6. Fantasy, sci-fi and spooky
7. All three, ebooks for travel, physical for home and work, audiobooks for multitasking and driving
Made a new bookmark last night 'cause I was bored and the hubby is out of town for the weekend.
Trying to decide between these 3 for my Book of the Month box pick.
The Flight Portfolio is a WWII historical fiction
Necessary People kind of reminds me of Vicious because of frenemies and characters trying to one-up each other
The Buried is about Egypt and its history and everything in between basically
Has anyone heard about or read any of these? Which one should I go with, if any?
I am putting a restriction on my book buying. We moved into our own apartment and need to cut expenses where we can. I already have a lot of books on my shelf and multiple libraries to use, so I'm going to focus my reading on those instead of buying new books to read!😆
Has anyone else done something like this? How did it work out if you have? I'd love to know!
I finally found a bookshop near me that sells books in Korean! I haven't learned enough to translate, but reading these books helps me recognize the letters and words. Personally, it helps my ability to read Korean (even if I don't know what it all translates to). The middle one is Kafka on the Shore by Murakami and I plan on reading the English version alongside the Korean version!
I literally just finished re-reading this book yesterday!
1. Lighters. I don't smoke, I just collect them for the beautiful designs.
2. Almost always a naked book. Book sleeves don't bother me that much, but dust jackets are one of my pet peeves while reading. So they come off when i start a book.
3. Usually buy them, library, libby/overdrive app, borrow from my mom, etc. I get my books from everywhere 😄
Read this quite a few years ago, in middle school i think. And now re-reading it i remember why i loved it so much back then. The writing isn't that great, it's written exactly how the characters talk, but I still love the story and the chapters are so short, it's easy to get carried away.
1. Some type of fantasy, usually YA
2. Waitress at a Steak n Shake
4. Teaching English in South Korea
5. Coffee, always 😄