Top Ten Tuesday

Top 10 Tuesday

Hello bookworms, it’s time for another exciting day of Top Ten Tuesday!

So, the theme for this week is actually Books I’ve Decided I’m No Longer Interested In Reading but I don’t want to do that theme. I HATE the idea of having books I’m no longer interested in, because I don’t really have any, I just have a lot on my shelf I haven’t read. We’ll see when I read them if I’m interested in finishing them, but until then I won’t worry about it.

Instead, I’m doing February 6th theme which was about what books I haven’t read on my TBR pile. It matches up with the #UnreadShelfProject2018 I want to do, and it will help me remember (some of) the books I need to finish this year.

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Review: Miss Marple: The Complete Short Stories by Agatha Christie


Publication: 1985
Publisher: HarperCollins
Pages:  359 pages
Source: Birthmas Gift (Thanks Rachel!)
Genre: Fiction, Mystery, Short Stories, Classics
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤⛤

Oh wow, lookie, it’s a book review! This has been a long time coming!

Honestly, 2018 has so far been a pretty crappy reading year for me. February ends in nine days and I’ve only read TWO BOOKS this year so far! I need to step up my reading game.

I was given Miss Marple: The Complete Short Stories for my birthday from one of my friends. She knew I loved mysteries, as we’d taken the same mystery literature course in school. But I was always more of a Conan Doyle fan than Christie, I’ve read all of the Sherlock Holmes books but have only read a handful of Christie’s plays and short stories, and that was in high school. I was happy to have been given this book because it gave me a chance to get to meet one of Christie’s most well-known detectives, Miss Marple. And she didn’t disappoint me. Continue reading

Top Ten Tuesday

Top 10 Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is a bookish meme/feature created by The Broke and the Bookish but is now hosted by The Artsy Reader

Hello bookworms! Sorry for going MIA last week, I got really unmotivated in posting things online, but did a great job procrastinating on social media so I guess there’s that!

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day which makes today Galentine’s Day or Palentine’s Day if you’re into celebrating those. If not, it is Top Ten Tuesday, one constant thing we can count on. Which means it’s time to talk about this week’s theme!

So this week’s theme is love based (obviously) and as you know if you’ve visited this blog often, I am not a huge romance reader. Sure, I was in my younger days, but the tropes really annoy me. That doesn’t mean I don’t get a little swoony over my OTP’s every now and again, so that’s what I focused on this week!

(so I could make it a full ten I focus on some favourite scenes with some of the OTP’s).

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Top Ten Tuesday

Top 10 Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is a bookish meme/feature created by The Broke and the Bookish but is now hosted by The Artsy Reader

Howdy bookworms, how’s January been for you? One of my co-workers described January as the Monday of the year and I’ve never heard a more accurate description for the month.

But it’s February on Thursday, and that means the month of love and chocolate and another holiday to look forward too (if you’re into Valentine’s Day that is).

Anyways, I’m rambling. I guess it’s time to get into some Top Ten (okay five) Tuesday! This week’s theme was a lot of fun, enjoy! Continue reading

Top Ten Tuesday

Top 10 Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is a bookish meme/feature created by The Broke and the Bookish but is now hosted by The Artsy Reader

I haven’t been very personable on this blog, so I’m going to try doing that now! How are you all doing?

Okay, that’s not the right way to do this thing.

Let’s talk about this week’s Top Ten Tuesday then shall we? This week’s theme is Books I Really Liked but Can’t Remember Anything/Much About. I actually had a lot of fun looking back on my Goodreads shelves to books I couldn’t really remember the plot to. As I was making the list, I thought it would be fun to not only list the books I didn’t remember much about, but to write the little I did about the plot beside them.

Also worth noting, I didn’t like all the books on the list, despite what the theme is, but I liked most of them!

So have fun reading my brief memories of these books I don’t remember a lot about!
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Review: Television and the Wild, Wild Web And How to Blaze Your Own Trail by Marx H. Pyle


Publication: February 14th 2017
Publisher: Michael Weiss Productions
Pages:  220 pages
Source: Birthmas Gift (Thanks Andrea!)
Genre: Non-Fiction, Help, Web Series, How To
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤⛤

I don’t read a lot of non-fiction books, I just love getting sucked into the fictional worlds that fiction books have to offer. But considering I love making web series, and non-fiction books aren’t usually my forte, it made sense to start the new year fresh by reading a genre I don’t usually read, and learning something in the process! Continue reading

Web Series Wednesday

Hey Posies! Sorry for the bareness of this blog for the past week (and forgetting to post last week’s episode!). I made a portfolio for myself for jobs and such, so that took a bit of organizing.

In this week’s episode, Detective Rosie’s on the case to find out who knows about Ricky and Juliet.

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