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February Book Reads

February was really a busy month for me. Besides from my major subjects, our Feasibility Study also started; it was the equivalent of Thesis. So besides from my academic books I only read three books this month. 241 more words


One down, nine to go.

I said I’d read Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein ten times, and log how my understanding of the work deepens. I’m counting this as my first go through, as this time I read it with the eye of a 39 year old looking to write about it, as opposed to what I was last time, a 19 year old on a bus in Brighton, lamenting how quickly the batteries on her Discman ran out, so not really paying attention. 357 more words


February 2015 Wrap-Up

February turned out to be a decent reading month for me. I didn’t get through as many books as I was hoping, but I blame that on being super busy and the fact that February is a short month. 988 more words

"Cinder" by Marissa Meyer

Title: “Cinder” (Lunar Chronicles, #1)

Author: Marissa Meyer

Pages: 448, Paperback

ISBN: 978-1250007209

Published: Jan. 2013, Square Fish

My Rating: 5/5 stars


Humans and androids crowd the raucous streets of New Beijing. 482 more words


The Emotions of a Bibliophile - in GIFs

I love books, but I also love GIFs. Sometimes, you just hit on the right one that perfectly encapsulates the way you feel about something. The following GIFs match exactly how I feel about various bookish situations. 244 more words


February reads recap.

I have a page on my blog titled “2015 Read Books“, but I’m going to recap the books that I read this month in a blog post. 1,382 more words


Overview Of My Books And Reading So Far

So for 2015, I’ve decided to set myself the reading challenge circulating pinterest and instagram! Last year (during my first year of university) I never allowed myself to read, always making myself feel guilty for ever reading anything not on my course syllabus. 194 more words