My predictions for the book world in the 2020s
Hello dear readers, you’re in for a treat today whether you like it or not, because today I am going to share the oldest books that I own! Most of my books are from this century. Even if it was a book written before 2000, I probably have a modern version of it. There areContinue reading “My Oldest Books”
Hello again dear readers, it’s a pleasure as always. I am not sure how much of a sports fan you all consider yourselves, but there is a sports tournament in the U.S. every year that has inspired me to come up with this idea. Basically the way it works, is that 64 college basketball teamsContinue reading “March Madness: Book Edition”
A book review of Viking: Odinn’s Child by Tim Severin.
I have said before that it is a rare occurrence for a TV show or movie to be better than the book, but Outlander is one of those books that might just be an exception. I had binge watched most of the TV show in a few weeks, knowing that there was a related bookContinue reading “AudioBook Review: Outlander”
The usual Top 10 list that I get ideas from didn’t have a topic I was interested in writing this week, so I found a Top 5 idea from Yolanda at Past Midnight, who got the idea from Shanah at Bionic Book Worm, so thank both of you for the idea. This weeks list is allContinue reading “Top 5 Tuesday: Top 5 Books on My TBR”
The Canadian Federal Election is coming up in a few weeks, so I thought it would be a good idea to cover the one Political Science book that I have read. I want to read more books about politics, but they’re usually on the back of my mind so I don’t often look for themContinue reading “Book Review: Tragedy in the Commons”