I go through books like crazy. Ok, not like crazy, but I read a bit faster than your average bear. I know that I'm not the only one. (I hate to admit it, but I already read kind of competitively. I…Continue
The book that I read this month was called The School for Dangerous Girls, by V. C. Andrews. I decided to read this one because a few years ago, I was looking in a bookstore for a good read and took a look at this one. I decided that it sounded interesting but was too old for me. Now, at the appropriate age for the book, I had to pick it up after recognizing it at the library. And it wasn't a bad book! It was kind of mor the kind of thing I would have read…Continue
Have you ever had a book just pop out at you, and even though you went to a book store to buy something entirely differentt, only have enough money to buy that book, and you have never even seen this book before... you have to buy it? That's what happened with Leviathan. I know that you are not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but this was a darn cool one.
The book I decided to read for my monthly blog post was Impulse, by Ellen Hopkins! She is so incredibly talented, and when going into this book, I expected no less than what I got from books like Crank and Burned. I am pleased to say that this was yet another success. Ellen Hopkins is amazing, and I kind of idolize her a little. Books like this are what keep me coming back to the library and away from a social…Continue
I love to read. I love it a lot. But as my social life and sleep dwindles, I have begun to develop a conspiracy theory. And once you hear it, you will begin to get as scared as me.
Every school night, I get home and do homework. These are not the papers I want to be holding. But I finis up anyway, and after some dilly-dallying that usually consists of painting or watching TV, I have dinner. Promptly afterwards, I say…Continue