Classic Books · Reading Challenge 2016 · Reviews

The unabridged list of books I read in November

I can hardly believe we’ve arrived at the last month of 2016. My quest to read my own books is almost over, and I feel like it just began. Also, my tally of books read from my existing library reflects that. Ha. I might need to keep it for 2017. It’s that or descend into… Continue reading The unabridged list of books I read in November

Classic Books · Reviews

On Reading “The Time Machine” by H. G. Wells

Though time travel novels are a favorite of mine, I’d not, until last week, read the one that started them all: The Time Machine by H. G. Wells. It’s one of the few time travel novels I can recall reading in which the main character travels to the future. Reading it made me realize how… Continue reading On Reading “The Time Machine” by H. G. Wells

Classic Books · Reading Challenge 2016

Wednesday reading roundup: June 22

It’s Wednesday reading roundup time, and I’ve been enjoying this week’s reading adventures, in a big way. Before I jump right to it, I can’t forget to send a shout-out to Taking on a World of Words and Coffee and Cats for WWW Wednesday! What are you currently reading? I have three books going. The big surprise is… Continue reading Wednesday reading roundup: June 22

Classic Books · Literary Lists · Readathon 2016

15 (more) short books for #TBYSReadathon

I love reading excellent short books. I love reading big books too. But when it comes to Readathons, excellent short books take the win. As a slow reader, I can read them straight through and still read them well. Plus, I love that feeling of reading a whole book in a single day. Putting it… Continue reading 15 (more) short books for #TBYSReadathon

Classic Books · Literary Lists · Readathon 2016

15 short books for National Readathon Day

Saturday, May 21 is the second annual National Readathon Day, a nation-wide marathon reading session to promote and raise funds for literacy initiatives. You can click here find out more about it and how to participate. In the meantime, for readers planning to participate, I thought I’d start a list of excellent reads suitable for reading… Continue reading 15 short books for National Readathon Day