I’m finally, finally getting to this! Hooray!
Thank you very, very much to Amber at Only True Magic for nominating me! She’s an indubitably sunshine-y blogger and I strongly urge you, dear reader, to go and explore her wonderful blog.
“The whole idea of the Sunshine Award is that you nominate eleven bloggers who put a little sunshine in your day, who are positive, creative, and inspiring.”
The rules are as follows:
- Answer the 11 questions from the blogger who nominated you
- Nominate some bloggers who put sunshine in your day
- Write 11 questions for them to answer
I don’t know about you guys, but I’m getting a distinctly… eleven-ish sort of feeling.
Nah, it’s probably just me. Continue reading
It’s still technically summer, right?
Thanks so very much to Laura at Lala’s Blog for tagging me! I’ll skip over the usual quips and jump right into the tag (Hey, don’t worry! The puns will arrive shortly, I promise). Continue reading
This marks a historic day on The Literary Hellion. As you may have guessed by the title of this post, I’m doing a tag. As you may not have guessed, it’s my very first book tag. Huzzah!
That being said, I would like to thank the wonderful Analee from Book Snacks for tagging me. A TBR tag seems appropriate, as my to-read list is so very enormous. It’s as if every time I turn my back on it, a few more books sneak in there.
And without further ado, I present to you, dear reader, the TBR tag. Continue reading
So, I’m not the kind of person who hates school. I truly enjoy learning. School has, however, been interfering with my reading lately. I decided I will not— nay, I cannot— stand for this injustice any longer. I need to read more books.
I’m scrolling through blogs, as I tend to do, when I see a nifty little itty bitty post titled TACKLE YOUR TBR READ-A-THON. Naturally, this sounds pretty good to me and I follow a little link to the read-a-thon sign up page, hosted by a lovely blog by the name of Wishful Endings.
It’s there that I find a read-a-thon made solely for the purpose of knocking books off of your to-read shelf.
If there’s one thing I need to do right about now, it’s knock books off of my to-read shelf. Continue reading
My rating: 1 out of 5 stars
Violet and Finch meet on a bell tower, both of them contemplating jumping. Love happens. Yes, that is the entire plot.
Well, this one was certainly disappointing. Continue reading