I want to re-read a book but I'm looking at my Goodreads reading challenge and I have to wonder: will it count?
New Year, New Reading Challenge
The Goodreads reading challenge 2022 is ready and waiting. How many books are you challenging yourself to read this year?
What’s New (Part Two)
Continued from part one—here are some of my most-anticipated upcoming releases for 2022. Taking a look at months May-August.
My “Want to Read” Shelf
Even though I have a “To Read” shelf, it’s cousin is my “Want to Read shelf.” They’re related, but there is a noticeable distinction between them…
Winter 2019-20 Reading List
Having finished my fall reading list, it’s time to sort out the books I want to read for the winter season. Here’s a look at the books that I have right now. No doubt the list will grow…
Compiled Fall 2019 Reading List
From September through to November, here are all of the books that I read (and some that I shelved) during my fall reading season!
Upcoming December Releases
Aaaaaand I’m back from hiatus! A new month means new book releases! Let’s take a peek at a few of the titles I’m most excited for coming out this month.
Goodreads Reading Challenge 2019
In December of 2018, I decided to participate in the “Reading Challenge” that Goodreads hosts every year. I imagined myself being ambitious when I set my challenge at a measly 15 books. I don’t have to tell you that this goal was easily accomplished—and then some.
First Impressions: “Medici: Ascendancy” by Matteo Strukul
Beginning with the death of Giovanni de’ Medici, Strukul crafts the past lives of Italy’s most famous family, the Medici. From death to exile, Strukul (translated to English from Italian by Robert McKenna) weaves a history rife with betrayal and coarse alliances.
First Impressions: Catherine Chung’s “The Tenth Muse”
SPOILERS! Elegant, cutting, and brilliant, Cathering Chung brings a new perspective to a largely male-dominated field and history: mathematics. Told through the eyes and experiences of Katherine, a mathematics prodigy, we see her struggles and her triumphs in her attempt to solve one of the most difficult math hypotheses ever written.