Ever wonder how to prioritize one book over the other? What makes some books more worthy of your attention? Well, here’s the way I determine what books I read next. Continue reading
Last year I read almost every book that I put on my Planned Reading for 2018. I didn’t re-read Vampire Academy because there were so many new books that I wanted to read instead. I didn’t read Resident Evil: Nemesis because my copy appears to be missing. Other than that, I finished up that list, plus a whole lot more. Continue reading
Another year of reading has come and gone, and with it are some great and not-so-great stories. I read forty-three books in 2018, plus four Wattpad stories. My average works out to about 2.41 stars out of five, which, as always, is a bit sad. I’m sure one of the problems is that I never rate anything five stars (every book has at least one or two things that really irks me), so the highest I go is four. But, whatever, I’ve accepted the fact that I’m a critical reader, I find a lot of flaws, and I’m cool with that.
I’ve decided to do a list of the best and worst stories based on some arbitrary criteria, because why not? Continue reading
Cinder must have been a fluke, because I loved Heartless and now I love me some Renegades. So much so, in fact, that I broke my rule of not buying a mishmash of Paperback and Hardcover in a series. On Black Friday, Archenemies was fifty percent off, which would have been the same price as the paperback, so I was like, what the hell, I’ll nab it. Yay! Continue reading
I have this weird thing with Meyer. See, I didn’t like Cinder. No, I was actually completely apathetic about Cinder, which is worse. It’s not a memorable book at all. Still, I try not to judge an author by the first book that I read from them (which is why I made the idiotic choice of reading a second Maas book when I already despised Throne of Glass), and decided to give Heartless a go. Continue reading