I’ve gotten to the point where learning about glycolysis and lipid metabolism makes me hungry. SUGARRRR. FATTTT. And I’m skipping the February Monthly Paper because I’m feeling so dead after this week. Having exams every week for a month sucks so much, but I’m picking up yoga and pilates again this month to de-stress!
- I loved A Snicker of Magic by Natalie Lloyd for the beautiful words, the magic, and the heartwarming family themes.
- I liked Cinder by Marissa Meyer BUT THAT ENDING I CAN’T EVEN
- I thought Brainstorm by Daniel J. Siegel had some good tips and cute comics, but it wasn’t what I was looking for in a how-to-understand-teenagers book.
- I admitted that my book ratings should come with error bars because of how much they fluctuate per book.
- Caryn @ Paper Plates shared her thoughts on Gulp by Mary Roach as well as a recipe for crunchy curried chick peas, mm!
- Ginger @ GReads! listed her top 10 books she’d frame as pieces of art. I want to do this top-10 too, so much fun!
- Kelly @ Stacked made a list of YA adaptations of adult non-fiction; I never knew that these adaptations even existed until now.
- Leah @ Books Speak Volumes discussed the pros and cons of posting negative reviews, and I agree with many of her points, especially that reading negative reviews can help us grow as readers (and writers!).
- Stefanie @ So Many Books enjoyed Slow Reading in a Hurried Age by David Mikics, and I like the list of rules that she extracted from the book.
- A six-year-old kid in NYC started his own book drive for homeless children. This is amazing.
- Smart Bitches, Trashy Books compiled all of their Romance Novel Reader Workouts! Keep reading, keep breathing. 😉
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