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.
Let’s get started! Continue reading
Publication: October 6th 2016
Pages: 293 pages
Source: Christmas Present (Thanks Dad! :D)
Genre: Fiction, Adult, Retelling, Fantasy, Canadian Literature
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤⛤
The Tempest is on the list of my favourite Shakespearean plays (Hamlet will always be first, no changing that no matter how much magic you try to use to against me Prospero). It’s strange play, not a tragedy but it is tragic, not a comedy but it is funny. The proper genre for this play is a Romance, and most of Shakespeare’s Romances are odd plays that no one seems to remember exist. Continue reading
I last posted a month ago and that is way too long! I’m so sorry for the lack of posts on here, as well as on Instagram. In September I got hired in three different jobs: one full-time, one part-time, one occasional. I’m still trying to organize my time for when to post and write reviews, but I have been keeping up with my reading which is good!
I thought it was best to do a Review Round-Up of some of the books I read over the summer/recently.