#ReadingMyLibrary Challenge: Wrap Up

Well, that’s it! That is an end of very eventful and productive challenge. I didn’t get to read as many library books I planned. But I did save a lot of money for borrowing these library books (especially since three of the books I read were hardcovers): Reconstructing Amelia – List Price: $25.99 The GirlContinue reading “#ReadingMyLibrary Challenge: Wrap Up”

Wrap Up: April 2015

Can you believe that it is already the end of April? I have this feeling that the year just got started. Anyway, I digress and can’t wait for May to begin. I have great things lined up. But first, let us recap this month. I think I have done more reading this month than IContinue reading “Wrap Up: April 2015”

#ReadingMyLibrary Challenge Weekly Update-April 25

A whole month! Wow, this challenge went by too fast. I’m currently reading The Daughter by Jane Shemlit. But I highly doubt that I will finish before May 1. This week’s topic: Share how often you visit your library.” With 87 library branches across three boroughs in New York, I have numerous chances to visit a library.Continue reading “#ReadingMyLibrary Challenge Weekly Update-April 25”

No, Pops: Book Review of Emma: A Modern Retelling by Alexander McCall Smith

Hardcover, 368 pages Published April 7th 2015 Publisher: Pantheon Genre: Fiction, Romance From Goodreads: The summer after she graduates from university, Emma Woodhouse returns home to the village of Highbury, where she will live with her health-conscious father until she is ready to launch her interior-design business and strike out on her own. In theContinue reading “No, Pops: Book Review of Emma: A Modern Retelling by Alexander McCall Smith”