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Book Traveling Thursdays: Book That Originally Had a Red Cover

It’s time for another Book Traveling Thursdays, where we compare book covers that fit a theme for the week. This week’s theme was to pick a book that originally had a red cover. I really wanted to do The Handmaid’s Tale for this one, but its original cover doesn’t have enough red on it for me to… Continue reading Book Traveling Thursdays: Book That Originally Had a Red Cover

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Six Degrees of Separation from The Slap to City of Bones

Finals are coming up, and I need a break from studying. It’s time for my second 6 Degrees of Separation, hosted by Kate @ Booksaremyfavoriteandbest. On the first Saturday of every month, readers and bloggers connect the selected book for the month to six other books, forming a chain. The books don’t all have to… Continue reading Six Degrees of Separation from The Slap to City of Bones

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Book Traveling Thursdays: Book That Originally Had a Blue Cover

This week’s Book Traveling Thursdays coincides with the final day of the Tome Topple Readathon, during which I’ve been reading Outlander, by Diana Gabaldon. Outlander originally had a blue a cover, which fits the theme for BTT. I fell in love Starz’s Outlander a couple weekends ago, so I picked up Outlander for the readathon. There are so many pages… Continue reading Book Traveling Thursdays: Book That Originally Had a Blue Cover

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Book Traveling Thursdays: Spring & Tome Topple TBR

I’ve decided to participate in the Tome Topple Readathon, a challenge to read books that are at least 500 pages between April 7th and 20th. This week’s Book Traveling Thursday perfectly coincides with a post of my TBR for the Tome Topple Readathon. Because it’s Spring, we are to share a book that we want to… Continue reading Book Traveling Thursdays: Spring & Tome Topple TBR

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Six Degrees of Separation from Room to Alex & Eliza

Happy April Fool’s Day! I’m not pulling any pranks here. I wanted to try my hand at the monthly meme 6 Degrees of Separation, hosted by Kate @ Booksaremyfavoriteandbest. On the first Saturday of every month, readers and bloggers connect the selected book for the month to six other books, forming a chain. The books… Continue reading Six Degrees of Separation from Room to Alex & Eliza

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Book Traveling Thursdays: A Strong Female MC

It’s been over a month since I last participated in a Book Traveling Thursday. I got caught up with writing reviews and discussion posts, but that was freeing for the last month. Book Traveling Thursdays is a weekly meme hosted by Danielle @ Danielle’s Book Blog and Catia @ The Girl Who Read Too Much. Every week you pick… Continue reading Book Traveling Thursdays: A Strong Female MC

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Classic Remarks: Adapting Classics for Younger Readers

Classic Remarks is a weekly meme hosted by Briana and Krysta @ Pages Unbound. Every Friday, a new question about classic literature is posed each week. Participants and their readers engage in discussions “about canon formation, the ‘timelessness’ of literature, and modes of interpretation.” From what I see, the classics canon includes modern classics, like… Continue reading Classic Remarks: Adapting Classics for Younger Readers