What I read and watched in January

Movies Good Will Hunting Rating: RLength: 2h 6mRotten Tomatoes: 97%Release Year: 1997 Thoughts: The professor in this movie is also the guy who plays the scientist in Thor- Dr. Eric Selvig. Did he get type-casted into the role of the brilliant and slightly insane (or very insane) man? Before watching the movie, I didn't expect the person's… Continue reading What I read and watched in January

Good books I read in 2018

Once and for All by Sarah Dessen Keywords: contemporary YA, weddings, funny, sad, sweetFirst sentence: Well, this was a first.Last sentence: And this time, I’d say yes. Once and For All would be shelved as "fluffy contemporary," but that doesn't get across what I want to say about it. What I want to say is… Continue reading Good books I read in 2018

The next five books I think I will be reading

Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett (Founders #1) A general idea of what it's about: fantasy, a thief, a heist, magical technology Why I want to read it: Robert Jackson Bennett's other books, The Divine Cities, is on my short list of series that I've finished. They're also on my list of favorite fantasy books and favorite books… Continue reading The next five books I think I will be reading

Emma by Jane Austen (& buddy read with Olivia)

This post actually started with my trip a few months ago to Barnes&Noble for end of the year teacher presents. Now that I think about it, it's quite strange that I decided to do that. Back in elementary school when giving teachers gifts was normal, I was never into it. Now in high school when… Continue reading Emma by Jane Austen (& buddy read with Olivia)

An update on my bookish experiment

It has been four months since I first introduced my bookish experiment, which means it's time for an UPDAAAAAATE. Changes have been made, data has been added, and hopefully, this means that more good books will be read. The spreadsheet Let's play a game of spot the difference with these before and after pictures! Just… Continue reading An update on my bookish experiment