On My Nightstand: September 2019

Happy September!  ‘Tis the season of stress breakouts and tension headaches!  While I’m struggling transitioning back into the school routine, these are the books I’m hoping to read, acquired on one much-needed Barnes & Noble trip. Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami I adore Murakami, and I’m (slowly) working on making my way through his entire […]

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On My Nightstand: July 2019

June brought the return to work, a nasty summer cold, and, with it, a depressing reading slump.  Instead of spending my days sprawled outside on the hammock, book in hand, I lounged on the couch with a hefty stash of tissues and ginger ale, re-watching Gilmore Girls at an alarmingly quick pace.  Now that my […]

Read More On My Nightstand: July 2019

On My Nightstand: April 2019

Another month, another nightstand!  There is nothing I love more than spending a few hours browsing a bookstore, espresso in hand.  Bad for the wallet but good for the soul!  A recent trip to Barnes & Noble brought these good reads my way. Gingerbread by Helen Oyeyemi I’ve never read Oyeyemi, which is a real […]

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On My Nightstand: March 2019

The past few weeks have been a whirlwind of adventure exploring central Florida, leaving not too much time available for reading, but I’m hoping to get back on track this month, starting with these fantastic titles. Golden Child by Claire Adam Golden Child is one of the books I brought with me down to Florida […]

Read More On My Nightstand: March 2019

On My Nightstand: November 2018

November never fails to be a stressful month.  Despite a nice, long Thanksgiving weekend, there’s always plenty of studying to do and papers to write.  Nonetheless, I’m really hoping to get some reading done this month.  Technically, I’ve put myself on a book-buying ban until I finish up all of my unread books, but as […]

Read More On My Nightstand: November 2018

On My Nightstand: August 2018

As a full-time student, I rarely have time for reading during the fall and spring semesters, so I always try to read as much as possible during the summer.  My unread pile is endlessly growing so I’m really trying to hold back when it comes to buying books, but I was lucky enough to come […]

Read More On My Nightstand: August 2018