I had a really hard time getting into this book, and I’m not sure if it had more to do with my current state of mind (extreme stress and borderline depression #2020sucks) or with the long, rambling sentences which alternate between extreme highbrow and earthy lowbrow (perhaps in imitation of the young adults who are […]

Well, this one certainly won’t qualify for Book Riot’s Read Harder 2020 task about a murder mystery with no women victims! And it was a bit of a difficult read because of that–there are a number of reviews on Goodreads complaining about the level of violence in the book. For a reading challenge about setting, […]

I read this in March 2020, just as everything was shutting down. Due to my stress level (#2020sucks), I did not write a post or make any notes. I did, however, highlight passages in my Kindle copy. I remember not really liking this book. But, in looking at the passages I marked, I felt like […]

When I saw Task 22 for Book Riot’s Read Harder 2020, I wasn’t thrilled–but that’s kind of the point, right? To challenge yourself to read outside your comfort zone? But… “Read a horror book published by an indie press”? Horror? Really? I dutifully checked out the list of suggestions, and found a couple that sounded […]

I have kind of an odd reason for choosing Ohio next. First of all, I should say that I read more books than just those that I read for Reading My Way. And I am working on Book Riot’s Read Harder 2020 challenge. As I looked at books for that challenge, I took note of […]