Does anyone else feel like the older we get birthdays become sort of anti-climactic?
Well, it's Thursday. The sun is shining and it's almost the weekend.
The Gravity of Us, an all-new gripping and emotional standalone from Brittainy C. Cherry is available now!
Do you ever feel like you've lost like a month of your life? That when you're sick you get sucked into a dark vortex? And when you emerge on the other side you think "WTF just happened?" Well that was my last week. I got cellulitis in my eye (gross. I mean who gets that?), and it went from bad to worse.
When I first quit my job, I knew that my hermitting could become a problem. Before, on my days off, it was okay if I was severely introverted, I was back to work the next day with friends, co-workers, and a wide array of other distractions.
Hello my beautiful, badass readers! Guess what?
It's book week! Woot!
What is book week, you ask? Honestly, I don't really know, I just came up with it. Basically, this week's posts are going to be book related. I mean the word "books" is in my blog's name, so... we probably should talk about the written word every once in awhile.
This past Monday, Kasey and I were both off of work and decided to embrace our full girl potential and go see the newest Nicholas Sparks movie, The Longest Ride. I’ll be honest with you, I wasn't forced to go under duress, I have seen all of his movies except The Best of Me (I thought the book stunk, movie wouldn’t be much better) and I usually enjoy them.
Station Eleven: A novel
by Emily St. John Mandel
I went into this book not knowing a thing about it. Sometimes I enjoy that about a book.