I recently remembered this assignment from my Creative Writing class a couple of years ago and how fun it was, so I thought I’d give it another go–because I’m a strong, independent woman who can do whatever she wants (i.e., I’m bored and on winter break)–using only books that are sitting on my shelf right now.
Continue reading “43. From Once Upon a Time to Happily Ever After”
Allow me to clear up a few things here first: Did I only read this book because the movie was released recently? Yes. Did I read the book before I saw the movie? No. Did I have high expectations of the book from the movie? Somewhat. Did I enjoy the book? Yes. And I never thought I’d admit it about any John Green book. Continue reading “34. Paper Towns”
Maybe it’s a bad thing I haven’t read this classic until now, but then again, considering the writing style and overall plot…can you blame me? Continue reading “33. Jane Eyre”
This has to be one of the most creative book-settings I’ve dived into in a long while. Too bad the story fell kind of flat.
Continue reading “29. Whoa…SPACE!”
I think it’s a bit disheartening that this is only the first book I’ve finished this year. People aren’t kidding when they tell you Junior year is a pain in the rear (Hey, that rhymed). But still, I’d say this was a pretty good way to kick-start my 2015 book reading journey.
Continue reading “28. Mythology for Dummies”