TCL’s Shelf Control #7 – A Ghastly Trilogy.

Shelf Control is a weekly celebration hosted by Lisa @ Bookshelf Fantasies, of the unread books on our shelves. Lisa says: "Pick a book you own but haven’t read, write a post about it (suggestions: include what it’s about, why you want to read it, and when you got it), and link up! For more … Continue reading TCL’s Shelf Control #7 – A Ghastly Trilogy.

TCL’s #ThrowbackThursday and #LinkParty #28 – June 2-29, 2022.

What is Throwback Thursday? I've noticed several of these meme on a few book blogs. For example, Susan Loves Books does one, which is (or was originally) hosted by Renee@It’s Book Talk. I also noticed that another fellow blogger, Lorrea @ What 'Cha Readin'?, was doing this as a monthly meme for her blog. Then … Continue reading TCL’s #ThrowbackThursday and #LinkParty #28 – June 2-29, 2022.

TCL’s #DNF Friday #7 – Unlucky Number Seven.

Why I can't write a Book Review for “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” by J. K. Rowling. Summary: "It's no longer safe for Harry at Hogwarts, so he and his best friends, Ron and Hermione, are on the run. Professor Dumbledore has given them clues about what they need to do to defeat the … Continue reading TCL’s #DNF Friday #7 – Unlucky Number Seven.

TCL is joining the New Release Challenge (again) for 2021!

Sign Up to Join the 2021 New Release Challenge Here! About the 2021 New Release Challenge The 2021 New Release Challenge is a year-long challenge in which the hosts aim to read books released in 2021.  Lexxie (un)Conventional Bookworms and Brandee are the sole hosts of the challenge, and they are happy to have as … Continue reading TCL is joining the New Release Challenge (again) for 2021!

Flighty Fun.

Book Review for “The Lark” by E. Nesbit Written in 1922, this is one of E. Nesbit’s few adult works of fiction, and one of her last to be published before she died. The story follows two young cousins, Jane and Lucille (known mostly as Lucy), whose guardian seems to have lost all their inheritance … Continue reading Flighty Fun.

TCL is joining the New Release Challenge (again) for 2020!

2020 New Release Challenge Sign-up About the 2020 New Release Challenge The 2020 New Release Challenge is a year-long challenge in which the hosts aim to read books released in 2020.  Lexxie (un)Conventional Bookworms and Brandee are the sole hosts of the challenge, and they are happy to have as many people to sign up … Continue reading TCL is joining the New Release Challenge (again) for 2020!

Join the New Release Challenge for 2019

2019 New Release Challenge Sign-up About the 2019 New Release Challenge The 2019 New Release Challenge is a year-long challenge in which the hosts aim to read books released in 2019.  Lexxie (un)Conventional Bookworms and Brandee are the sole hosts of the challenge, and they are happy to have as many people to sign up … Continue reading Join the New Release Challenge for 2019

Owning Your Team Colors

Book Review of "Green: A Novel" by Sam Graham-Felsen. Everyone knows that middle school is the worst. Not only are these kids thrown into a new environment with new teachers and a bunch of new kids, they’re also dealing with the onset of puberty and all those hormones. Into this traumatic situation, Graham-Felsen places his … Continue reading Owning Your Team Colors

Trying Youth

Book Review of "Campari for Breakfast" by Sara Crowe. Sue Bowl has been through a lot more in life than most 17-year-olds have. Her mother, Buddleia, committed suicide, and not long after that, her father took up with another woman. Buddleia's sister, Aunt Coral, was still mourning the loss of their father when Buddleia took … Continue reading Trying Youth

A Fictional Dismantling of the British Royal Family

Book Review of "The Queen and I" by Sue Townsend. In a fictional 1992, the Republican Party sweeps the general election and their first act is to dismantle the monarchy and put the entire royal family into a Midlands' welfare housing project in a place the locals call "Hell Close." Throughout almost all of the … Continue reading A Fictional Dismantling of the British Royal Family