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Update: 30-Day Book Selfie Challenge

Day 7
Day 7

Day 7: Book with the best male lead- Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card

Day 8
Day 8

Day 8: book with the best supporting characters- The Magicians by Lev Grossman

Favorites include: Alice, Janet and Eliot

Day 9
Day 9

Day 9: the book you would recommend to anyone, ever- Sextrology by Starsky and Cox

By far the best, and most accurate, astrological account I’ve ever read. Continue reading Update: 30-Day Book Selfie Challenge

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Book Selfie Challenge Days 3-5!

Day 3: Your favorite chapter book as a kid
Day 3: Your favorite chapter book as a kid

Day 3: Your favorite chapter book as a kid

I loved this book and still do. The Two Princesses of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine is the story of two sisters, best friends but complete opposites.  When strong, courageous Meryl gets sick, Addie must go on a journey of mythical proportions to save her sister and herself.

Honorable mentions include:The Junie B. Jones series by Barbra Park, A Series of Unfortunate Events series by Lemony Snicket, the Artemis Fowl series by Eoin Colfer and Eragon by Christopher Paolini Continue reading Book Selfie Challenge Days 3-5!

Updates for the Book Selfie Challenge coming very soon!

In the meantime, check out this trailer for As I Lay Dying, directed by James Franco and based on the book by William Faulkner.

It’s available to stream on Netflix and I’m very excited to sit down and watch it tonight! Expect a review/comparison to the book to be up on the blog within the next few days.

Write on!

Days 1 & 2: 30-Day Book Selfie Challenge

Day 1: Currently Reading
Day 1: Currently Reading

Day 1: Currently reading The Girl Who Played with Fire by Stieg Larsson .

I’m about three quarters of the way through and LOVING it. Planning on finishing it today, or at least getting close!

Day 2: Your favorite picture book as a kid
Day 2: Your favorite picture book as a kid

Day 2: Your favorite picture book as a kid

That would be, Time For Bed by Mem Fox and illustrated by Jane Dyer.

My parents and I used to read this before bed each night, to the point where I had pretty-much memorized it. The illustrations are beautiful and endearing, and it’s a tradition I plan to continue with my children.