This was not an easy post to write. This week’s Top 10 Tuesday, hosted by The Broke & the Bookish, is all about our favorite authors. Ten of them. That’s it. I could easily add another fifty names to the list that follows, but I don’t want to keep you here all day.
For this week’s Top 10 Tuesday hosted by The Broke & the Bookish, we’re sharing ten characters we’d like to check in with. I've decided to choose some of the most important characters in children’s literature because who doesn’t want to know what the future had in store for them?
In this week’s Top 10 Tuesday, hosted by Broke & the Bookish, we’re supposed to share inspiring quotations from books. Which I could do, but I’m not going to. Instead, I have ten inspiring books for book lovers because sometimes we need a little reading encouragement.
There are so many books I wish I could read again for the first time. Re-reading them is never quite the same. For this week’s Top 10 Tuesday, I’ve come up with a list of ten books that were really important to me as a kid.
It’s difficult for me to think about Spring when I just had to sit through yet another snow storm on the weekend (thanks, Canadian weather). But the topic for this week’s Top 10 Tuesday with Broke & the Bookish is our Spring TBR list, so I’m going to close the curtains in my home office and try really hard to think about warmer weather and the perfect books to welcome in the new season.
It’s almost time to say goodbye (forever—I’m not ready) to Glee, the show we all love (or, as is probably more appropriate, love to hate). I’ve spent too much time thinking about the literary preferences of our favorite Glee characters, and below I’m sharing what books I think rest on the nightstands of the singing misfits.