A peek into the reads that create the gumbo that is my reading habit.
Watch this book trailer for Gail Carriger's Etiquette and Espionage: Book the First in the Finsihing School Series. This title is one of the first ten books I will read in 2015.
Jacqueline Woodson reads from her award-winning memoir brown girl dreaming. One of the first ten books I'm going to read in 2015.
I'm pausing this book here since I'm reading Sarah Style, which is a new book from my local library. Since I was on a wait list for it, I know I need to finish that book before finishing this book. I see 10 others in the queue for that book, so I know I can't renew it. REMIX..., on the other hand, is my own book so I can finish it at any time.
Fast Times at Ridgemont High was actually an exposé, Nothing Lasts Forever (Die Hard) was a sequel to another adaption starring Frank Sinatra and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon was the fourth book of a five book series. Check out these and other adaptations from books via Buzz Feed.
One of my top books of 2014- We Were Liars by E. Lockhart. If you haven't read it, you need to!
Looking for a gift for your love this holiday season? I recommend The Kama Sutra Deck: 50 Ways to Love Your Lover. These beautifully and tastefully illustrated cards are divided into four categories- Love, Touch, Seduction and Congress. Short passages from the original wordy text (yes, I read the original) are on each card with advice for the modern Kama Sutra couple. I like this deck because it's visual, like a lot us are these days. Bored? Play erotic "pick a card, any card" and go for it. Maybe leave a card or two around as a hint for your significant other. It's available from Amazon, plus it's part of their Kindle Unlimited catalog (so you can peruse it for free if you're thinking of getting a physical copy). The extra 1/2 star is for the illustrations. Have a very merry.
Once you learn to read, you will be forever free. — Frederick Douglass
Book lovers have different personalities just like ordinary people. We find it hard to choose only one as it also depends on the book(s) we're reading. For the most of the time we'll go for a mix of Polygamist+Extrovert+Altruist. Some books, however, make us monogamist introverts. And a very very tiny percentage of titles change us into neurotic readers.
How about you? Share your personalities in the comment section below.