You’ll Grow Out of It


You’ll Grow Out of It by Jessi Klein

Adult – Nonfiction

Published July 12th 2016 by Grand Central Publishing




So this is how I will be starting out the new year. All proud of myself for setting a blogging schedule and some actual drive to follow through it…then scrambling last minute for a review and realizing this baby has been sitting in my drafts for roughly 2 months. I’m obviously incredibly organized and no amount of new years will probably ever change that.

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End of Year Survey – 2016

This is my second year taking part in the End of Year Survey hosted by Jamie @ The Perpetual Page Turner. I always think this is a fun way to look back on the books I read throughout the year and remind myself of books I loved and promptly forgot about *cough* Challenger Deep. So here are my answers and I would love to hear what some of you favorite books of 2016 were or any huge disappoints. As always I love recommendations 🙂

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Classics Club: A Christmas Carol

Yay for me! Another Classics Club book off of the list! For those who aren’t familiar The Classics Club is a challenge to pick classics (at least 50) and read them all over the next 5 years. For those who read my initial list you know it’s more of a “books I always wanted to read or re-read.” Most of my list is re-reads of books I either loved as a kid or want to re-vist, books I was supposed to read, and books that I love the author and want to experience more of their work. The plan is to have my list of 50 all read by December 28, 2020.



A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens

Fiction – Classics




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Holiday Gift Guide: Dad Edition


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

This week’s topic was a Holiday Gift Guide freebie and I’m doing 10 books that are great for dads because they are honestly the hardest people to shop for. I can only buy my dad some tools or a giftcard to guitar center so many times. Last year I think it was a shovel and a gift card, nothing says love like, “please shovel my car out every morning.” So here are some books that I think all dads would love as a gift (and some that were on his goodreads to-read list because we all need some help every once in awhile).

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