Let's talk about Colleen Hoover. She is hell of a writer that you should know about. She has eight books on Scribd so far, and I've read four them. And here's what I think about them ...
Hi, Nerdies! I must be the last person in the blog-world who is still talking about her 2018 reads. But well, I am a slow reader and even a slower blogger, so please bear with me. And, Thank You. These were books I didn’t enjoy for several reasons, a chunk of them were because something … Continue reading (The Last Remnants of) 2018 Reads: Not My Favorites
Here's a summary of hits and misses and a trans-both from my January reads.
In short, Eleanor Oliphant is a weirdo. Although, she is surely the interesting kind.
Good morning Nerdies, and welcome to Rubbish Talk. Today I am going to breathlessly talk about Homo Deus, a wildly captivating and exceedingly speculative theory postulated by the atrociously intelligent Yuval Noah Harari. WOA!! WAY . TOO . MANY . adverbs-slash-jective ! I know! I just wanted to show you how high I deemed this … Continue reading Homo Deus: Are We God?
11 Books and 2 Trilogies that are from my 2018 reads, and suitable for your leisure time. This recap includes memoir, romance, mystery, and historical fiction.
Here's the place to read my opinion of something, and then judge it as harshly as you want. Don't you want to judge however you want? #kidding.
As a child, had you or had you not ever been asked this question: What do you want to be when you grow up?
Hi, lovers! I love you all like lovers. Really, I love you, and you, and you, and you I don’t know but I could definitely see loving you. But most of all, I love Love. Jack Mc.Farland, Will and Grace Dear Nerdies, There is this new Korean American author who writes sweet sweet love … Continue reading A Sweet Love Letter: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before
Hi, Nerdies! I don’t often enjoy classics very much, but To Kill A Mockingbird is such an exemplary piece. Thereby I am hoping to persuade another person to enjoy this heart-breaking narrative through this post. So, no spoiler ahead. Synopsis The theme is racism, and the story takes place in Alabama in 1930s. The … Continue reading A Cursed Novel: To Kill A Mockingbird.