Life or Something Like It, Top 3 Things

Top 3 Things: January Edition

This topic is mostly inspired by one of my favorite public speakers/authors/all-around role models, Jen Hatmaker. I subscribe to her Book Club and her Podcast. At the end of each podcast episode she asks whomever she is interviewing the same question, "What is saving your life right now?" The answers can range from the trivial… Continue reading Top 3 Things: January Edition

My Bookshelf

CJ Reviews Battle Ground by Jim Butcher

Title: Battle Ground Author: Jim ButcherPublication Date: September 29, 2020Format: Signed HardcoverRating: 3 or 4 stars (undecided) Warning - if you haven't read Peace Talks or Battle Ground yet, there are likely to be spoilers ahead. I usually try to avoid them in my reviews, but I don't think it will be possible this time since my feelings on Battle… Continue reading CJ Reviews Battle Ground by Jim Butcher

Books, My Bookshelf

My Favorite Reads of 2020

I decided I wanted to do a recap post of some of my favorite books from last year, so I went to Goodreads to see what books had been my 5 star reads. However, there were a lot of them. I had given at least 25 books 5 stars. Last year I read 83 books.… Continue reading My Favorite Reads of 2020

Books, My Bookshelf

CJ Reviews: The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern

Title: The Starless Sea Author: Erin Morgenstern Publication Date: November 5, 2019 Format: Hardcover Rating: 5┬ástars "Far beneath the surface of the earth, upon the shores of the Starless Sea, there is a labyrinthine collection of tunnels and rooms filled with stories. The entryways that lead to this sanctuary are often hidden, sometimes on forest… Continue reading CJ Reviews: The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern

Books, My Bookshelf, Shakespeare 2020

“I Prithee, Give Me Leave to Curse a While”

This post is happening a little later than I had hoped, but oh well. Better late than never, right? As I was thinking about this post, I also felt the need to add a disclaimer that I won't be diving deep into much of literary analysis with these posts (unless I get in the mood,… Continue reading “I Prithee, Give Me Leave to Curse a While”