TBR Thursday: Adulthood is a Myth

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I was first introduced to Sarah Andersen’s comic through Tumblr like I sure 99.9% of people were. I really like this comic because I relate to it pretty well.  And as I decided to chose this book for my TBR Thursday I noticed it’s currently only $4.99 on kindle, and had to weep a little because sadly I had to put myself on a book-buying ban for the the entire month of May. Boooo!

But the book bans probably a good idea for me because I have the problem of buying a book and not reading it. And I’m getting bad about looking at my overflowing bookshelf and claiming I have nothing to read! It’s like owning too much clothes and saying I have nothing to wear, which I have that problem too. So basically I’m the girl with nothing to read and nothing to wear while violently trying to stuff another book in my bookcase while squeaking into my tightly packed closest. Oh my first world problems!

Anyway I’d love to read all the comics in Adulthood is a Myth but it will have wait 26 more days. Not that I’m counting.

Happy Reading,

Meghan

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TBR Thursday: A Tree Grows in Brooklynn

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A Tree Grows in Brooklyn has been sitting in my Kindle Library for a couple of years now. And if I’m honest, I often forget I own this book until I see it on my want to read list on Goodreads.  I figured if I made it a post on my TBR Thursday tag then that might persuade me to read it sooner.  Instead what I find myself wanting to do is create a list of all the classics I need to read or reread at some point.  So I’m adding to my TBR list rather than making it shorter, but I’ll make sure to place A Tree Grows in Brooklyn on the top.

Anyone have any classic books they love that they would like to suggest for my list? I’d love to read them in the comments below.

Happy Reading,

Meghan

TBR Thursday: Flame in the Mist

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I’ve been trying to get out of my comfort zone of what I read.  So for 2017 I’m trying to read books that I normally wouldn’t gravitate too and that is what has lead me to adding Flame in the Mist. The book is described as Mulan meets Throne of Glass and the setting of the book takes place in Japan, I figure that I’ve never read anything like that before so why not add Flame in the Mist to my ever growing list (Hey that rhymed!).

Plus I’m a sucker for a pretty covers and this book’s cover is stunning. The flaming bird on the front would make me pick this up alone without needing to read the summary first. Of course I’ll have to wait a few more weeks for this book as it doesn’t come out until May 16, 2017, but I’m sure it will be worth it.

Happy Reading,

Meghan

TBR Thursday: Cravings

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One of my goals in 2017 is to try a new recipe at least once a week and I felt that a new cookbook would help to accomplish it.  I have heard a lot of good things about Cravings by Chrissy Teigen and while I don’t know much about the author of this cookbook other than she’s married to John Legend and she’s also on Lip Sync Battle, I can genuinely say I’m not interested in purchasing this cookbook because of the celebrity behind the book.

I haven’t bought Cravings yet I’m going to pick it up on my next trip to the book store. If any of you have tried a recipe out of this cookbook let me know in the comments if you liked it and what recipe was your favorite.  Perhaps I’ll even share on the blog how one the recipes turns out for me.

Happy Reading,

Meghan

TBR Thursday: Yes Please

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If you want to know my sense of humor watch anything with Amy Poehler or Tina Fey in it and that will pretty much let you know. I have especially had a growing appreciation for Amy Poehler ever sense I watched Parks and Rec, if you haven’t watched this show on Netflix yet you are doing yourself a disservice (in my humble opinion). But if you have watched this show and loved it then you will understand my appreciation for Amy Poehler (which is just a nicer way of saying I have a mild obsession of Amy Poehler).

I’m sure this book is better as an audible book as Amy reads it herself. I know that when I listened to Tina Fey’s Bossypants her narration of the story made it better. I can’t wait to get around the reading/listening to Yes Please, I’m sure it will make a great listen for all the road trips I’ll be doing this holiday season.

Happy Reading,

Meghan

 

TBR Thursday: The Princess Saves Herself in This One

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I will admit I am not one for poetry. At least not that I am one to read an entire poetry book mainly because I find poetry to be extremely personal and that because it comes from the writer in almost a more intimate way than any other literary genre writer out there may present in their works. I also feel that poetry also has to be personal to the reader and therefore takes a little extra time finding the one that feels matches me on a personal level.

Because of this thought process behind poetry I pretty much avoided it all together except for the lone poem I might come across on occasion, but a goal for myself in 2017 is to complete a reading challenge and a poetry book is usually on the list.  To say I’ve been on the lookout to find a book that I would want to read is an understatement. I’ve searched on Pinterest, read other book blogs, and scoured through Instagram tags to find something that might peak my interest and then I came across The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace.  The title alone draws me in as I think this it represents apart of myself and can be relatable to a lot of women who have ever wanted to be rescued when they were younger and now realize they can do the rescuing themselves.  And quite frankly it isn’t Milk and Honey which is every where at the moment so I didn’t want to read that one. I genuinely look forward to reading this and hope that it doesn’t disappoint.

Happy Reading,

Meghan

TBR Thursday: The Winter Sea

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Last month I read another book by the same author as this book, Susanna Kearsley. She may be one of my favorite authors since I read Rose Garden a few years ago and loved it so naturally The Winter Sea is on my TBR list. Much like the book I read last month, A Desperate Fortune, this book also focuses on the Jacobite revolution and intertwines the modern world with the historical.

I can’t wait to read this book and plan to this winter. I’m sure it will be just as good as the others I’ve read from Susanna Kearsley.

Happy Reading,

Meghan