If you’ve been following me at all, you won’t be unfamiliar with my teeny-tiny online business: The Littlest Online Bookshop. In case you don’t know, TLOB is a very small independent used bookstore completely online. I ship internationally and am working to connect people everywhere with books. It’s my passion project and something that hasContinue reading “It’s Been Two Months since I Opened an Online Bookshop: and Here’s What I’ve Learned”
Though this is what I could call a “comfort book” and I knew everything would work out in the end, I still felt very much compelled to read on and on. I laughed and I cried in equal measure.
I truly believe that there will always be a place for bookstores. People will always need books and people to sell them. Faceless corporations can only do so much.
Hello and welcome to March. It’s that month that is the teasingest of all the months. In the morning it feels like spring is imminent, but by the afternoon it’s snowing. But, one consolation, it’s not February. And we can all live in the knowledge that spring will eventually arrive, whether it wants to orContinue reading “What I’m Reading Right Now: March”
Hello, and welcome to February. It’s that lovely time of the year where we all feel relieved that January is FINALLY over, but still feel a vague sense of dread because winter is far from over and February is basically the Tuesday of the year; Monday’s crappy cousin. But don’t fret because there are alwaysContinue reading “What I’m Reading Right Now: February”
In general, this is a nice book and I’m happy that Anne continues to be such an important character. But it certainly didn’t feel like Anne most of the time, which is a shame. Most of the time it felt like someone writing a very nice fan-fiction, but they didn’t actually know the books that well.
Hello and welcome to 2020! With the start of the new year, I wanted to dive right in with some bookish content and start a monthly post sharing what I’m reading. I’m notorious for reading multiple books at a time and after finishing a bunch of books before Christmas I went on a bit ofContinue reading “What I’m Reading Right Now: January”
This has been a good book year. I am a little behind on my goal (14/37), but I’m not feeling too discouraged. Aside from reading lots of good books, I have a bunch of books that I’m excited to read. In no particular order, here are five of my favourites that I’ve read this year.Continue reading “My Favourite Books This Year (so far)”
Feeling a presence beside me, I lifted my head saw the white unicorn. My heart softened, my shoulders relaxed. The unicorn was so close, I knew I could touch him. I reached out a tentative hand and placed it on his mud-splattered, white coat. A calm warmth flooded me.” Sixteen-year-old Princess Cora has a darkContinue reading “Book Review: Shadows of Lela”
Disclaimer: I don’t write these fancy long book reviews for books that I didn’t love or had a big impact on me, but this book did have an impact on me. This book was the pinnacle of untapped potential. It had a great premise, but so much was left untouched. Anyway, I’ll get to thatContinue reading “Book Review: A Discovery of Witches”