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Best Books 2016

Best Books 2016

It’s that time of year again when I take a look back at my favourite reads from the past year. This year there were some clear forerunners that I want to pay tribute to. Aaand here they are: Best Picture Book: If I Had a Gryphon by Vikki VanSickle, illustrated by Cale Atkinson The perfect … Continue reading

Best Books of 2015

Best Books of 2015

It’s that time of year again when Best Book lists abound and surprise, surprise, here’s mine. I haven’t read nearly as many books in the past 12 months as I would have liked, mostly because I’ve really been devoting time to my writing (my goal going into 2015). That said, I have read some truly … Continue reading

Best Books I Read in 2014

Best Books I Read in 2014

How is the year already over?! While I didn’t read nearly as many books as I would have liked to get through this year, I did read some truly great books. This list is the top ten books I read in 2014 (whether they were actually published in 2014 or not). There are a few … Continue reading

Best Books of 2013

Best Books of 2013

2013 was a bit of a slow book year for me as I spent a lot of my free time this year either job hunting or, once I found a job, reading manuscripts for work then coming home and just having no more energy to read. That said, I did come across some truly remarkable … Continue reading

Bookish Notions Turns 2!

Bookish Notions Turns 2!

Happy Blogoversary to me! *sing-song voice* Yep, two years ago today I posted my first-ever blog post. Last year, to celebrate I took a walk down memory lane and looked at the books and people who encouraged my love of reading. Then Boyfriend surprised me with this delicious treat: A lot has happened since that … Continue reading

What’s What? Weekly

What’s What? Weekly

A Round-Up Of Fun Tid-Bits and Bookish News Publishers Weekly has released their Best Children’s Books of 2013 list. What an amazing selection! My TBR pile just doubled in size as I’ve only read one on the list… Which books were your favourite so far this year? For a giggle, apparently googly eyes really do … Continue reading