It is the the start of the new year and you promised yourself that will try to read more books in 2021 but you just don’t know where to start! Don’t fret! I’m here to give you a chance to start your reading goals by showing you a glimpse of great books that will comeContinue reading “Books to Read This Month: January Edition”
The Booker Prize announced the longlisted books for the 2019 Booker Prize. The award was changed from “Man Booker” to “Booker” due to the Man Group withdrawing their sponsorship last year.
Happy birthday, Pride and Prejudice! Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen’s most popular novel and my favorite book of all time, was published today. The widespread acclaim of this novel has created a world full of book adaptations and sequels that have charmed us and will entertain us for years to come. We can be hereContinue reading “For The Love of More Pride & Prejudice”
You’ve read all of the Austen novels, including the juvenilia and incomplete works. You might be going through the common withdrawals, longing for the dashing young men of large fortune in waistcoats and witty language spoken to you. Unfortunately, Austen is will not be writing any more new books but you have writers who areContinue reading “Ten Book Adaptations to Fulfill a Janeite”
I came up with this discussion topic with a question I was asked a few months back in a book tag. So I thought it would be a good topic to discuss here and it definitely is applicable, especially this year with the abundance of either sequels or the next book in a series being released.Continue reading “Weekly Tea Discussion: Standalones vs. Series”
When you think of sequels, you most likely associated with movies. When a movie becomes a huge hit, either culturally or financially (mostly focused on the latter), a sequel is quickly announced. I mean, take a look at Jurassic World (which was awesome by the way). It became the 3rd top-grossing of all time and UniversalContinue reading “Weekly Tea Discussion: Book Sequels”